Rebate Berkley® Gulp! Alive® Leech or Jumbo Leech in Pint Bucket

   

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Black

Black

3"

11 oz.

Model:
GAPL3-BL

Black

Black

5"

12 oz.

Model:
GAPJL5-BL
Float your favorite Berkley Gulp Baits in the ''magic gravy!'' Because these super-realistic Leeches actually ''live'' in a high-octane Gulp! Alive solution, they absorb up to 20% more attractant making them more potent than ever. More scent, more taste and more action - more reasons for fish to pound a Leech. Each super-charged Leech disperses its potent scent like a blood trail in the water, and when the catching is finished; you can simply put them back in the bucket to recharge for another day!
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by AAAA++++ I have used live leeches in Canada for about 10 years and the Berkley Gulp! Leeches work every bit as good if not better. Keeping live leeches is a pain at best so it is just a bonus that you just take these out of the jar or pack. I am sold on these! The only issue is that you can't let them dry out because they lose all flexibility. May 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by works great these seem to work almost as good as the real thing. They aren't messy and you don't have to worry about keeping them alive like you do the real thing. June 12, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Questionable value Used the 3 and 5 inch leech in Canada for smallmouth while my freind used live leeches they worked at least as well as the live ones.The problem came later in the trip when mine became stiff and unusable. July 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by worked for me Used these last year in canada for the first time and am restocking for this years trip. We caught a ton of walleye and northerns using this leech. I've never used live bait but others in camp who were weren't catching anymore than our boat. A little pricey but its worth the convenience May 31, 2011
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are they real live leaches

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No, they are a leatherly-like alternative, soaked in scent.
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No they work just as good or better and you can reuse them
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The small are 3" and the jumbos are 5"
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i have brought them in 3" & 5" small mouth Bass Love them I also caught large catfish with them.
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the jumbo leaches are 5inches
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Approximately 24 Jumbo Leeches in a pint container and approximately 36 of the smaller size.
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ok small buckets have 36 and large have 72
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It depends on the gear ratio. But typically it does not really matter what you rig your reel with as long as it carries enough line for the application and has enough power to reel in the fish you will be catching. I would not recommend this reel for anything lighter than 1/4 ounce in weight. For those lighter applications use a spinning reel. I typically use a slow retrieve bait caster for crank baits and a quicker one for jigging. Everything else fall in between.
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Use a shakeyhead jig.
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are these good for bass?

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what my husband wants to know is are they good for bass fishing and how should he do them so they will wrok for bass fishing if that is what they are for.
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They do work for bass. Especially smallmouth. You can rig with a jig head or plain hook and split shot.
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I use them for smallmouth on a shakeyhead jig. Bouncing them around weed beds seems to do the trick.
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