Berkley Gulp! Minnow Grub
Worth the cost
i was sceptical after purchasing the nightcrawlers that haven't worked but I am now a believer. Using the Chartruse version I caught a Walleye, White Perch, Crappie, Catfish, & something that broke my 8lb test line all in 45 minutes time.
I will definitely be buying more of these real soon.
July 5, 2007
Great for all kinds of fish
I have been using the pearl white minnow Grub now for 3 seasons and it continues to catch all kinds of fish expecially in the spring. I never know what will hit it whether a 6 pound bass, panfish or catfish. They will dry out and loose their tail action if you don't keep them in the water or in the bag and you want to look for good bright white grubs at the store. They work really well on small 1/8 oz. jig heads or smaller when the shad or bait fish are small in the early part of the year. Just cast and slow retreve with slight jigging action.
October 14, 2013
These swim great, feel great, have plenty of scent! Haven't caught anything yet, but I only used them once, so gonna try them again!
June 23, 2013
Berkley GULP! Ruined my Equipment!
DO NOT buy Berkley GULP! The packages leaked out all over the inside of my tackle bags & boxes, contaminating everything inside and out! So to combat the problem I purchased what I thought was a solution - The Plano Liqua-Bait Locker System. Obviously, the "locker" wasn't going to keep the packages from leaking, but at least I thought it would contain it. The only thing that did was to create another problem - The baits in all the packages became moldy from the humidity created inside the locker from all the spillage and are now unusable! You would think with the outrageous price Berkley charges for these things that they could figure out a better way to keep them from leaking and going bad so soon! I contacted Berkley directly about this issue and all they did was ignore my request for some kind of reimbursement for the damaged goods. Unless you plan on using the baits all in a single day, DO NOT waste your money!!!
October 20, 2011