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New Penny

New Penny

11.0 oz.

3"

Model:
GAPSHR3-NP
  • $19.99

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Pearl White

Pearl White

11.0 oz.

3"

Model:
GAPSHR3-PW
  • $19.99

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Molting

Molting

11.0 oz.

3"

Model:
GAPSHR3-MLT
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 1412102

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Natural

Natural

11.0 oz.

3"

Model:
GAPSHR3-NAT
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New Penny

New Penny

28 oz.

3"

Model:
GAQSHR3-NP
  • $35.99

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Pearl White

Pearl White

28 oz.

3"

Model:
GAQSHR3-PW
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Natural

Natural

28 oz.

3"

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GAQSHR3-NAT
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New Penny

New Penny

11.5 oz.

4"

Model:
GAPSHR4-NP
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  • SKU: 1412110

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Pearl White

Pearl White

11.5 oz.

4"

Model:
GAPSHR4-PW
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Molting

Molting

11.5 oz.

4"

Model:
GAPSHR4-MLT
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Natural

Natural

11.5 oz.

4"

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GAPSHR4-NAT
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New Penny

New Penny

29 oz.

4"

Model:
GAQSHR4-NP
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Looks ALIVE, tastes ALIVE, feels ALIVE -- because your bait actually "lives" in a natural, super-charged GULP solution!  It's softbait in a bait bucket! Because these super-realistic biodegradable Berkley Gulp! Alive! Shrimp actually "live" in a high-octane Gulp! solution, they absorb up to 20% more attractant. That's 20% more scent, more taste, more action and more reason for fish to snap them up! Each super-charged Gulp! Alive! Shrimp bait disperses its potent essence like a blood trail in the water, and when you're done catching, you can simply put your Gulp! Alive! Shrimp back in the bucket to recharge for another day!
  
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 64 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great purchase My buddy and I always catch our limit using Gulp Shrimp. March 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by It Just Works Hands down the only soft plastic I've ever seen work when nothing else does. This shrimp catches fish on the flats, in the deep holes, and any place there may be a fish. I use the 3 inch so the hook gets a little farther back to insure that I get the fish. I have found that I get a lot of strikes with the 4 inch but they tend to just hit the tail. The best way to rig it for me is with a weighted hook weedless.The juice will leave a horrible smell on your hands for hours, but thats the price you pay for greatness. March 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fish love it Went fishing with a guide in the bay off Sarasota FL. We caught sea trout like crazy. They guide told us he rarely uses live bait anymore. December 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great prouduct Spotted sea trout love them caught several over 15inch . July 27, 2013
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I've heard that cutting the tail off and texas rigging these backwards is more effective. Also is it possible to keep tail on, or does that mess up the action? Comments?
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I use the shrimp hook in head first if the tail gets bit off then turn it around, it depends on the fish if they want it from the front or back. When a shrimp swims it uses its legs and swims forward, it uses its tail to get out of dodge when theres trouble for him. Either way is good like anything it depends on what the fish wants that day.
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Thank you for your question. Per the manufacturer, they do not recommend rigging them backwards but they encourage anglers to experiment so please try it.
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Depends on the size of the fish. I use a 4/O wide gap Trokar hooked Texposed style. Theres a lot of weeds and logs where i fish. and this makes it weedless. if you dont have to worry about hang ups use a 1/4 or 3/8 oz. lead head with a 2/O or 3/O hook.
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1/8 or 1/4 oz Jig head. Or a 2/0 live bait hook
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I have great success with 1/8 and 1/4 once jig heads. Depending on the water conditions. Just lift the rod tip up and let it settle. Retrieve at a fairly slow pace.
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Jig head is good, It can be a boring unpainted one or a colored one with eyes, What ever jig you prefer. 1/0-4/0 for a circle hook if you dont want to use a jig head
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I think around 18.
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There are approximately 16 baits in the pint size and approximately 32 baits in the quart size.
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I believe about 12
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About 20. But you get the juice that makes do deadly, plus once you think it's done drop back in to recharge!!
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I live on the gulf coast so I was just wondering what type of fish I could catch
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Anything that eats live shrimp. Red fish, specks, flounder, ground mullet, sheep head, you name it theyll eat it.
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Everything it seems! Reds and specks mostly but I've caught everything from whiting, rays, and even small sharks
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The only thing I caught in the surf or off a pier on St. George Island was ocean catfish at night.
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snook,redfish,flounder,tout,tarpon,jacks,grouper
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It seems that almost any fish in the Gulf will eat a Gulp Bait. I have caught Trout Mackeral Shark all on Gulp Baits
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i use it for flounder trout and red drum
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Ive caught trout,and reds on this bait as well as snapper and salt cats
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If you slow roll this over the bottom with a jig you can catch Reds and Flounder... It also works on reds with a gold tone spinner and faster retrieve. Ive also caught snook and trout.
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Not on carry on. Put it in your check in luggage
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Not as a carry- as far as I know. If you do add them to your checked baggage, I do recommend the Gulp Alive Bait Management System by Plano. Definitely a great investment to prevent the Alive juice from leaking out on everything.
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I am a beginer surf fisherman and I am wondering what color would be the best. I own Gulp! shrimp in the 13 color/ yellow and red. Would that be a good color and how should I rig it. Please help me!
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I have great success with the pearl while 3 inch shrimp. Put them on a 1/8 or 1/4 once red rig head. Just cast out and let it settle to whatever level you want. Goes down at about a foot a second if you know the depth your fishing. On sand I let it settle to the bottom but if grass flat I try and keep it off the grass [ dah]. Just lift your rod tip fairly slowly and let it settle. Retrieve at a fairly slow pace. Good luck.
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New Penny is your winning ticket. Rig it just as you would a fresh dead shrimp. In TX and LA its best put under a popping cork with a 18-24" leader either on a 1/8-1/4oz jig head or a hook.
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I perfer new penny. I rig with a shrimp lead head and retreive slowly on the bottom. Molting or pearl also work, but New Penny color is the best I found.
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a good color is new penny all around. i would rig it on a heavy jig head
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If you catch a pompano run, this works well with a double drop rig on a piramid sinker. 3/4 or 1 oz is usually adequate, but it depends on your rod, distance of surf, and strength of current. Switch colors until you find what they are biting
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I tried the new penny color at the Outer Banks last week and did not get a strike on them but caught lots of fish on real shrimp, I wouldn't waste your money.
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Mainly channel cats... Have had fair results on catfish with shrimp... just curious if anyone knows how well these may work
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Tried for cats with them and didn't do too well. Mostly in ponds and small lake's, I think a larger body of water than we have here in S. GA you could have some luck with them.
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I 'm not sure if they work on channel cats but salt cats love them.
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NO none at all.
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Techinally, no, but get the alive. Since you have the liquid to soak them in they last forever!
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Same shrimp, just alot more juice. Real good if you are trying areas and moving. helps keep your bait fresh plus its a better value.
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yes, the ones on the bucket are much easier to rig.
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The only difference I could notice ( I purchased both) was that the 6 pack didn't have as powerful of a scent. The shrimp in the bucket had a much more powerful scent when I purchased them and I had more luck with them. I personally like actual live shrimp when I fish and probably would't buy either again.
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Has anyone used any of the Gulp products in the surf. If so, how well do they hold up and jig size used.
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Yes I use them all the time on the beach or in my kayak right off the beach.
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Its the go too bait lure for the surf! Throw it under a popping cork and you are set!
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I have used them several times and they work pretty well. they hold up great, the weight of the jig head depends on your gear. you need to be able to cast it past the breakers and retreive slowly.
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I wouldnt use it in the surf but maybe around the jetties for snook
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I used the new penny on a Carolina rig to be able cast it on a bigger rod. The gulp was on a 1/2 oz black jig head and caught nice drum right up in the wash. I didnt have any problems with them falling apart and worked very well.
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depends on the area, in Alabama and far west Florida new penny works well for me.
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New Penny
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New penny for daytime, Pearl white at night
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light colors in clear water and dark in darker water.
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When using Gulp shrimp, I prefer the 3" size. The color I have had the absolute best results on is in New Penny on a 1/8 - 1/4oz red jig head or weighted jerk hook. I encounter water from stained tea and coffee to gin to clear. The two other colors I keep on hand are Nuclear/Electric Chicken and Pearl White.

In the colder months, work them slow and easy, as fish are a bit more lethargic. If used under a popping cork, hook through the middle and jerk/pop it a few times every other minute to attract attention.

Tight lines and Smooth Drags!
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