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Durable, long-lasting, and all-natural, Berkley's® Gulp!® Peeler Crab sports incredibly lifelike details and can be rigged as is or like a live crab. Loaded with Berkley's powerful patented scent technology which is designed to disperse 400 times more fish-attracting scent than other plastic baits. You'll love the results.
Not as big as you think
It took way to long to ship what was said to be in stock. Size doze matter, that is why I heat to order thing on line. The crab are about half the size I was hoping for. Will see if they will work if not then will not order again!
April 26, 2011
not best conditions
I was fishing for surf perch.Where I like to fish there is lots of kelp this year.I was hoping that (a) being able to hide the hook and (b)offering something that resembles natural bait for surf perch,would be a good combination,and a little different from the motor oil worms I normally use.Unfortunately a mixture of Japan tsunami and a lack of fish meant I could not test this product to my satisfaction.
March 18, 2011
This crab is great in estuaries and the surf near cover. You can rig it with a jig or just a hook
February 5, 2011
do not buy
its easy enough to catch live crabs and its also free, so dont waste your money on these baits. i went fishing for 7days in hilton head with these i will never buy them again in the whole trip i caught 1 pompano (not a keeper) and one redfish... bottom line these are not as good as they look stick to the gulp baits that provide action.
January 17, 2011
I was fishing for Reds. No luck whatsoever. I used reusable split shots and very slowly reeled them back. I also use the 123 rigs and they work great but not with the Berkely crabs. Tried everything. No go.
rig them with a jighead starting from its right side and go from top throught to bottom than back up to the left side hard to explain or you could do this on a rig such as spot or kingfish rig but try jighead first
Straight rig through the front of the crab should have worked. I watched a video on the rig on you tube I think. I was using a 1/0 hook but then again I had zero bites in 4 days at many spots that usually produce. Live shrimp were getting hits.
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