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Free Offer Berkley® Gulp!® Floating Salmon Eggs

   

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Chartreuse

Chartreuse

.6 oz.

Model:
GPFE-CH

Fluorescent Orange

Fluorescent Orange

.6 oz.

Model:
GPFE-FO

Fluorescent Red

Fluorescent Red

.6 oz.

Model:
GPFE-FR

Yellow

Yellow

.6 oz.

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GPFE-YE

Pink

Pink

.6 oz.

Model:
GPFE-PK

White

White

.6 oz.

Model:
GPFE-WH
Berkley has loaded these Gulp! Floating Salmon Eggs with their Gulp! attractor scent which is up to 400 times more powerful than the scents on regular plastic baits. The potent Gulp! scent rapidly disperses in the water to attract sensitive-smelling trout and salmon. Formulated to stay on the hook longer and to outperform natural salmon eggs. Now you know why these little guys are so popular! 0.56 oz. jar.

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Way better than P. Bait Great little egss, smaller than power egss, but work much better. Caught 5x as many fish than my friends one day when they were using power eggs and i was using this. I caught about 8 or 9 nice rainbows that day, and steam caught nothing. These catche lots of trout, i recommend orange for fall and yellow for spring. November 3, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome bait. 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by Power eggs Worked great! Fished a mountain lake in S.E. Idaho. Tried powerbait first which wasn't promoting strikes too much so switched to eggs. We both caught our limits in 1.5 hours. Used them on both #16 treble hooks and #6 bait hooks. Both did well. Found that two eggs per hook helped it float better. June 10, 2006
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I'm using a size 8 circle hook but the eggs are almost the size of the hook, so before I go with a bigger hook is there any particular way to rig these? should I be using J hooks instead of circle? What size? Thanks!
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 - Somerset, New Jersey
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listen, your not doing anything wrong, the way i rig them is with a nice leader under a small float, but when i put them on a hook i only put on one and push it up onto the eye of the hook so they wont steel it so easily and they will have to get hooked to take the bait. i also only use one because one of them will easily last 2-4 fish. hope this helps.
good luck and good fishing,
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#8 or 10 hooks with one egg or a#8 J hook with 2-3 eggs
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If yo cover up the whole hook with the egg then the fish will not see the hook and will bite the egg. I use j hooks, but the circle hooks work just as well.
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I have found using an egg hook works best for me.
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I think they will work great
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Check with your local conservation agency before using preserved baits such as these. Many have rules regarding using preserved baits in certain areas and bodies of water.
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