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Rebate Berkley Gulp! Floating Nightcrawlers - 6''

   

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Few baits entice big bass strikes the way Berkley®'s Gulp!® Floating Nightcrawler worms do. A high buoyancy formula keeps these proven worms in the strike zone longer to target suspended fish and fish holding in vertical cover. The Floating Nightcrawler's deadly action is combined with the natural, 100% organic flavor and powerful, fish-attracting scent of Berkley Gulp!. The Gulp! Floating Nightcrawler is also effective rigged on a spinner harness.

Berkley® Gulp!® 6'' Floating Nightcrawlers - Model GFNC6 4.4 5 17 17
AMAZING I've been running jigs and spinners for the last year and havent had any luck with bass...my friend got me a pack of these, i threw it on a hook i landed 6 in 2 hours..... they are unbeleivable with a couple twitches! March 19, 2012
I took them out of the package.... I took them out of the package and put them into a worm box like i do all of the other plastic worms i have within 2-3 weeks they had dried up almost like a real night crawler. I never go to use them. July 24, 2011
PERFECT WITH A SHAKYHEAD This bait is great on a shakyhead rig because the tail ssticks up. another idea is to just rig it with a plain hook so it kind of floats and while you retriev it it squirms around like it's struggling. April 19, 2011
Years old and still worked first cast! I was fishing last summer and wasn't really having any luck. I had a pack of Gulp! floating worms in my tackle-box r that had been in there, open, for Lord knows how long, a good few years, that's for sure. Just for the heck of it I decided to rig one up and cast it out. First cast got myself a ~2 pound bass, which is saying a bit being on a lake maybe 150m wide. One cast, one fish, not a bad start. And that ratio didn't really change much over the course of the day. These things work well, even after being open for a long time. March 16, 2011
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No , they are meant to sink. There are a variety of options for floating worms
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