Berkley Gulp! Floating Trout Worm
I trout fish in a mountain lake in upper east tennessee. The stocked trout hit about anything,but the big native rainbows are tough to catch. I bought the orange worm and tried it. Those big bows tear these worms up. They float up out of the weeds and moss. This is a great bait.
June 9, 2009
Had to try what I read about pink worms working on steelhead. They did.
April 20, 2010
Trout Love Them, But......
These work excellent on trout. I have the most luck with yellow and natural..I rig them on a 10 or 12 mustad mosquito hook. Works well either wacky rigged or through the "head" and out about 1/3 into the body..Only downside is they start to come apart after a few trout. But, they are good enough and priced well enough that I can tolerate replacing them more often than I would like to.
December 4, 2014
Good to have in your bag
I've been carrying these around with me for a couple of years. They come in a nice small zip lock type baggie and tuck away into your gear until you need it. I use both the bubblegum and the natural colors. They consistently produce bites. I also keep a pack in my backpack so that when I hike in to a lake I don't have to worry about foraging for bait or pack in live worms.
May 16, 2009