Berkley Gulp! Earthworms
The only bait I need
I've been using Berkley Gulp earthworms since I started fishing 6 years ago. I honestly can't fish without them. I've caught all kinds of fish (including largemouth bass) on them. I like to catch a big variety of fish and when I use these I never know what I'll reel in because all fish love them. They last through lots of casts and I've caught like 3 or 4 fish on the same worm before it's worn out. There's no need for me to go fishing if I don't have any Berkley Gulp earthworms. The only disadvantage is that they smell BAD!
December 27, 2011
Smells Bad, Works Good
These were a constant producer when I used them and I was completely satisfied. The only complaint I have is that the smell of these things doesn't get off your hands, and they smell BAD!!
December 3, 2011
I use these all the time. They last longer and are easier to use than real worms. So far, panfish and cat fish have been crushing these babies. I will take one off the hook after a while and re-soak it in the horribly smelly juice in the jar. Seems to recharge them. I was skeptical the first time I purchased them, but results are results.
October 7, 2011
A must for every tackle box
On the day I arrived on Table Rock Lake in Missouri, I was itching to get a line wet. It was too late in the day to take out a boat or do any serious fishing, so I took my ultra light rod, loaded up a Gulp earthworm and headed for the nearest shoreline. My first cast got a bite and the bite didn't stop for a good hour. I caught a sunfish on literally every cast.
Later, when I came back home, I tried a Gulp earthworm while fishing with the kids. Once again, we outfished nearly every other group on the lake. We actually had numerous fathers asking for our secret. I was glad to help and loan them a few worms and help them rig up properly and within minutes, they too were on to the fish.
For me, this stuff works far better than live bait, is a lot easier to carry around and lasts a very long time in your tackle box.
When the bass have lock jaw and I'm looking for something to tug my line, these always work. I rig up an ultra light rig with a #16 baitholder and pinch one of these worms in half. Then I add a bobber anywhere from 3' to 5' up the line. Works every time.
September 3, 2011