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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! Floating Nightcrawlers - 6'' 4.4 5 20 20
slams fish this product is great in clear water. best if used with a red hook and small weight about eight to twelve inch's from the eye of the hook. March 5, 2008
Gulp Floating Nightcrawler Great choice worm. These are truly floating worms and work great with a size 1 sproat hook wacky style on a carolina rig. May 17, 2014
Try 'em Shakey Head Style! these things work very well in clear water for spooky bass. i usually fish rivers and these work the best in flat, wide shoal areas and on sandy bottoms. i use either a 1/16 or 1/8 jighead. it just gives the bass a different look: it flattens out on the twitch, then the tail floats right back to vertical position. only problem is they tear and break very easily for something that's $6/pack. once you learn not to try to set the hook immediately, you won't break as many. they like the taste - just wait for them to get the whole thing in their mouth before you yank back on the rod. June 14, 2008
Great bait After 5 days of catching on spinnerbaits and PowerBait worms with moderate success with an approaching cold front, we went to Bass Pro on a rainy day. I decided to try a bag of Gulp worms. On the back side of the front we caught bass in places I was sure held no fish. Other baits were not producing, but the Gulp worms kept pulling fish out. These will become my go-to bait if my next trip shows the same results. They're not the first-out bait unless you don't mind the price at about 60 cents each since they seemed to lose some effectiveness after about 2 dozen or so trips through the lake. Even then we caught catfish if we left them lay after they were "worn out". October 17, 2010
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I am looking at these as an alternative for this year when using my spinners and bottom bouncers for walleye. Let me know if these work well for this application, or other recommendations.
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Works like a charm...had no problems when I tried them.
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Yes, the Berkley Gulp floating night crawler would be great for the spinner rigs, the Berkley
Leech is a preferred food of walleye and is excellent as a jig trailer when flipping for bass.
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Do they actually float?

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yes they do
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No , they are meant to sink. There are a variety of options for floating worms
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