Berkley® Gulp!® Saltwater Shrimp
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- Designed to look, feel, smell and move just like shrimp
- 100% biodegradable
- Durable and long-lasting
Berkley Gulp! Saltwater Shrimp is without a doubt one of the most effective saltwater baits of all time. Designed to look, feel, smell, and move just like live shrimp - you can even fish with it the same way! Made to release 400 times more fish-attracting scent than other plastic baits, Saltwater Shrimp are 100% biodegradable, extremely durable and long-lasting.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 121
Rated 5 out of 5 by luke Trout Love them
I first started using Gulp shrimp at Keaton Beach, Florida and had great success with it. I would use a sea anchor to slowly drift over grass/sand flats. i would suspend the Gulp Shrimp about 2 feet below a popping cork on a jig head. it worked so well i could just let it sit and trout would hit it. I use all the colors but the Natural and Pearl colors cuaght the biggest fish. i cuaght my biggest trout ever on the pearl color a 22 inch trout.
July 26, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by lala new penny lure
they stink, but the trout love them!!! I shared the package with the other people that I was with, everyone had great luck!!! I really like not having to constantly put on a live shrimp while surf fishing.
July 14, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by Oldsalt Gulp is great!
I just started to fish in the Gulf. I've been using artificials & live shrimp. Live shrimp get alot of hits, but you lose alot of bait. Artificals get less action. Since I went to the Gulp baits, I'm getting hits on almost every cast. The bait is tough & you don't lose it on smaller fish. The fish also hold the bait longer, resulting in more fish landed. In the last 2 months I've caught Sea Trout, Spanish Mackerl, Cobia, Red Fish, Ramora, Sea Bass, Lady Fish, Pompano & a few fish I don't know. I'm hooked!
July 12, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chasin' Reds Berkley Gulp Saltwater Shrimp
One of the best baits I have ever used! I think it will catch anything that swims. Trout, redfish and pompano for sure. Make sure you keep it wet when moving to a new spot or it will turn to shoe leather. Fish it like you would fish a live shrimp.
July 11, 2006
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