Berkley Gulp! Floating Salmon Eggs
Gulp Vs power bate
The gulp product I have been using for a couple of years and like it. The friends that I trout fish with also have switched to gulp because the outcome is better.When the fish are picky you need all the advantages yuou can get. I like the gulp wroms and minnows also
October 20, 2010
Best trout so far
I've used the Berkley Gulp Eggs since they first came out and they've proven to the best floating bait I've ever used.
Bought a jar at the local tackle shop before going up to Mammoth a couple of years ago. Went through a whole jar at Crowley. Two of us probably caught & released over 50 fish between us. We also had found a great spot that had more fish than any other place on the lake. No big 'Crowley' fish, but plenty of stocker-size fish. More fun than we've ever had on that lake in the last 25 years. Well, catching the 2 to 4 pounders is probably better, but on those days, we usually only catch 2-3 fish each.
Tried to get more Gulp Eggs up in Mammoth that trip, but no one had the bait in stock it at that time. Last year, most of the shops had it on their shelves. So did the Lake Crowley tackle shop.
It out-performed Power Eggs by a probably 2 or 3 to one that first time we used it. After that, we don't bother with the regular Power Eggs anymore.
Absolutely the best bait I've ever used.
More fish through better chemicals!
June 17, 2008
Went for a trout fishing trip to Big Bear anxious to test some new tackle. Got there at 7am and started fishing powerbait and spinners. Nothing, not one strike. Switched to the eggs and within 10 minutes landed a fish. Caught the limit that day, life saver.
November 1, 2006
I didn't have much luck using these for a while, until I figured out the right colors to use. Once I got the color down, these worked great! I like that they can be used over and over (unless a trout tears it off).
August 12, 2008