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Free Offer Berkley® Gulp!® Jerk Shad

   

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Black Shad

Black Shad

5"

6

Model:
GJS5-BS
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Chartreuse Pepper

Chartreuse Pepper

5"

6

Model:
GJS5-CPN
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Pearl White

Pearl White

5"

6

Model:
GJS5-PW
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The erratic darting action will produce the strikes, and natural taste and extreme scent from the Gulp! formula will keep them hanging on longer. 5''; 6 pack.

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Fluke Style Bait The Gulp Jerk Shad is a great fluke style bait. To get it down deep into some timber, I fished it with a 5/0 1/8 oz. flutter hook. On my first toss a bass slammed it. I used the chartreuse/pepper color. It has good visibility and the Gulp scent is a big plus. November 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by A little bit flimsy... These lures work great, but they aren't very durable at all. After a few fish you will shred one of these lures up. They work absolutely fine, I just have a problem with the durability. June 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works great These have been working well over the weed beds rigged weightless. So far only small bass but the success rate is high. Only complaint is that they are fragile, after a couple fish they are tore up. But hey, they work so I am still a fan. June 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by The perfect jerkbait Before i used zoom super flukes but when i saw this i was amazed. the scents better, the action is better, i dont know why people use the super fluke over this. this is the real stuff. Probabaly better than the real stuff. April 19, 2011
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use a gamakatsu swimbait hook for weight and for no weight use a gamakatsu EWG worm hook.
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I've fished it with a weighted hook, with a sliding sinker ahead of the hook and on a jig head...they all work
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If i need to go deeper i usually use a small sinker about a foot above the bait and rig it wacky style.
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actually i use a good size swivel i forget the size but it lets it sink at a slower speed then a lead weight on it. If i'm fishing deeper water like around 15-20 ft i put a split shot on the line for a faster sink speed.
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I fish in golf course lakes and ponds. I heard that these are great freshwater soft plastic baits. In the ponds I fish in there are bass and bluegill. Which color would be great for either one of them?
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i wouldn't use these for bluegill but for bass i would use arkansas shiner and baby bass.
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my first choice anywheres would be white. just about every fish has white, plus it's a visual thing too
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Pretty much all of them would work but if I were you I would choose either #4, #10, or #99. Those colors represent your ponds natural forage.
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Can i use it in saltwater

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definetly but they made a versioon like this only for saltwater. try and use both for saltwater.
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Definitely...I've found it great for reds and/or speckled trout.
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Yes, you can use these in salt they have amazing scent and action which is really key for saltwater fishing.
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i would not recommend this in salt water i would try some of the gulp saltwater series
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What size do you suggest.
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a no. 5 EWG worm hook.
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I usually am using a 3/0 hook...you can go up or down one size without issue...it's not rocket science, after all.
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I would use a Gamagatzu 4 or 5 with this shad, if you use anything smaller, you will not get the hook sets you need.
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I use a 5/0. you can experiment with longer shanked hooks too, they help when the fish are hitting short.
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