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Length
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New Penny

New Penny

3"

7

Model:
GSSGSHR3-NP

Chartreuse Belly Shrimp

Chartreuse Belly Shrimp

3"

7

Model:
GSSGSHR3-CHBS

Natural With Sparkle

Natural With Sparkle

3"

7

Model:
GSSGSHR3-NSP

Orange Belly Shrimp

Orange Belly Shrimp

3"

7

Model:
GSSGSHR3-OBS

Pink Belly Shrimp

Pink Belly Shrimp

3"

7

Model:
GSSGSHR3-PKBS

Red Belly Shrimp

Red Belly Shrimp

3"

7

Model:
GSSGSHR3-RDBS

  • 100% biodegradable
  • Lifelike detail and action
  • Scented with Gulp fish attractant

From corbina in California to bonefish on the flats, Berkley's 100% biodegradable Gulp! Ghost Shrimp bait has coast-to-coast appeal. The Ghost Shrimp's lifelike detail and action imitates natural prey. More durable than livebait with the added advantage of fish-attracting Gulp! formula. Length: 3''. 7 pack.

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Berkley® Gulp! Ghost Shrimp Lifeless, floats upside down. Last resort to life bait or jerk shad. June 18, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Ghost shrink I bought this product because I saw it used on the Flats Class TV show, the program led me to belive it was the next great bait. after waiting 6 months for its release I can only say I was disapointed April 29, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Its GULP! This is a typical saltwater gulp, hence, it'll catch fish for most anyone. Has more action than the gulp shrimp and can sometimes perform better. Doesn't skip as well for under-dock fishing but the action sometimes over rides the lack in skipping ability. November 2, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by gulp new shrimp this one is better then the original gulp shrimp. It has action and the sent so it catches even more fish. Great!!! May 17, 2010
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I live in San Diego where ghost shrimp are great live bait, but take time to catch. How can I rig these to get a good bite?

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On a jig...insert hook in end of tail and thread on to jig with hook coming out the top of the shrimp's back.
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Rig through the back so the front is facing backward make sure the shrimp body is slightly curled
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