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Chartreuse

Chartreuse

2-1/2"

20

Model:
GFTW3-CH
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Bubble Gum

Bubble Gum

2-1/2"

20

Model:
GFTW3-BGM
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Natural

Natural

2-1/2"

20

Model:
GFTW3-NAT
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  • SKU: 1543091

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Berkley®'s Gulp!® Floating Trout Worms are loaded with Gulp!, the proven trout attracting ingredients that has made Berkley baits the premier choice among trout anglers. The Gulp! Floating Trout Worms offer a buoyant, lifelike design that imitates the features and action of small worms and other trout forage. The Gulp! Floating Trout Worms are packaged in a tray to preserve the natural shape and action of each and every trout worm. Length: 2-1/2''. 20 per package.

Berkley® Gulp!® Floating Trout Worm 4.1 5 8 8
Pink worms Had to try what I read about pink worms working on steelhead. They did. April 20, 2010
Trout Killer This stuff works! On a cold day with overcast, I caught 17 trout (all 1-4lbs), in a local lake in Pleasanton in two hours. I used a Carolina rig, with a 1/12 oz split shot, a red single egg hook (Gamakatsu, size 8), with a chartreuse power worm above a piece of chartreuse power bait that covered the hook. It killed them. My buddy only used the power worms on his hooks, and although his hook up percentage was not as high as mine, he still caught ten himself. The only knock on this product, is that after a few bites, the worms break in half, so make sure to buy two packs just in case. January 3, 2010
awsome bait 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
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
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Ive used size 10 egg hooks (for salmon) and rigging them wacky really seemed to get brookies driven nuts. Its in the highest percentage area of where a fish is gonna grab this worm, and the wiggling of the worm is too seductive for trout, if fishing shallow water or moving water but you can see the bait, use no weight, otherwise use weight so you can feel fish pick up the bait. Best of luck.
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Theres two favourite rigs that I use for the Powerbait version, wacky rigged (i prefer no weight) and jigworm (1/32 oz jighead rigged normally, not texas) and you should do well for trout, bass, and panfish. Ive caught brookies and rainbows on the weightless wacky rig, and landlocked salmon, rainbow trout perch, rock bass, smallmouth and largemouth on the jigworm. The brookie in the pic was caught on the wacky worm, went around 12" and caught under a small tree on a small Nova Scotian stream. Apparently the gulp stuff works even better than the powerbait, but ive caught up to 15 fish on a single powerbait worm (although im not to sure on how durable the gulp is). Best of luck fishing this worm.
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