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Berkley® Gulp! Alive® Freshwater Spray Attractant

   

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8 oz.

Crawfish

Model:
GSP8-CRF
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 1438243

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8 oz.

Garlic

Model:
GSP8-GRLC
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 1438244

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8 oz.

Nightcrawler

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GSP8-NCR
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 1438245

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8 oz.

Minnow

Model:
GSP8-MNW
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 1638431

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8 oz.

Shad/Shiner

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GSP8-SDSR
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 1638432

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  • Make your bait come alive with Gulp! Alive scent
  • Greatly increase your catch-rate
  • Effective on soft bait, hard bait and even line
  • Leaves scent trail for fish to follow
  • 8 oz. trigger spray bottle

Berkley's Gulp! Alive Freshwater Spray Attractant is a quick and easy way to make your bait come alive with a fish-attracting scent that will greatly increase your catch-rate. Effective on soft bait, hard bait and even live bait, this Berkley spray-on fish attractant is like having a blood trail in the water that fish can't refuse chasing and striking. The 8 oz. trigger spray bottle shoots a stream or a spray.

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by coulda done better I have always been impressed with Berkley products but this one I'm not too impressed with. It smells like it would work well but its real watery and dosnt stay on the bait very long if at all. Im a bait smeller and after the first cast its not on the bait anymore. DONT WAST YOUR MONEY AND BUY THE OTHER POWERBAIT ATTRACTANT. April 27, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not very good I bought this and used this several times trying to get a bite and nothing. I used the garlic, the shad and nothing. Not a very good product April 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Overrated & overpriced I was in the market for a new fish attractant. Decided to try Berkly. What a let down. Had better luck with the old YUM LPT. September 25, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Gulp!!! I usually use the stick scent lures such as fish dope but thought that I would give this a try. Seems to me that the fish dope stays on the lure longer especially with tubes. I dont like to put the fish dope on jigs though because it sticks the hair or feathers together. This is good for use with this but you have to keep putting it on to be effective. June 13, 2012
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best scent for blue gill

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This is the best scent ever---if you're using artificial bait. If you are fishing with live bait, it is not necessary--just keep your bait fresh.
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Try crickets
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Smelly Jelly is the best attractant for bass. Get the "Bass Feast" or "Bass Hammer"
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They all work, at different times. No one scent works all of the time. The Bass Assassin works well for me most of the time, but that is not to put the Yum down either.

If anything, I think the Yum may work better in sub 50 degree water and the Assassin in 50 degree and above. But, ask me next year and I may change my mind.
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Trout are not that picky. If you are talking hold over trout, not stalkers, I'd go with worm or crayfish flavors, but shad works well also.
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I have used the minnow flavour for trout and had tremendous success.
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smelly gelly. try it you will not go wrong
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what color is it?

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I sprayed YUM shad on a white boogie bait it turned light purple.The color of the attractant.
I like clear Attractant .
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The ones I have used appear to be clear, almost colorless. I suppose there might be a very light yellow tint to them if you concentrate them.
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Very light yellow
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this stuff is kinda like a yellow/light green but if u spray it on you're plastics or whatever it dosent have any affect on the color of you're lure
good luck an tight lines <><
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I have used the spray Activate in the past. It seems to work ok, but it gets all over my baits and hands, and it cost alot. Is there a better attractant to use?
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I used the minnow "flavored" and I have the crawfish that I haven't tried yet.
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Personally, I love smelly-jelly. It isnt exactly cost effective (5 bucks for a small jar) but I tried it with this kind, and with strike king, and I always catch more on the smelly-jelly.-Chas
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Try soaking the soft plastics in Gulp Alive juice overnight before using them.
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Get something that is craw oil based. I have found all the Berkley attractants to was off with the lack of oil in them. This makes them worthless after 3 casts. The best scent by far is Nitro Gravy Craw scent. Soon as you open the bottle to smell it you'll know what I'm talking about
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