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Molting

Molting

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-MLT
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Natural Shrimp

Natural Shrimp

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-NAT
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1109781

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New Penny

New Penny

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-NP
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1109783

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Pearl White

Pearl White

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-PW
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  • SKU: 1109785

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Molting

Molting

2"

8

Model:
GSSHR2-MLT
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1197364

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New Penny

New Penny

2"

8

Model:
GSSHR2-NP
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1197366

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Pearl White

Pearl White

2"

8

Model:
GSSHR2-PW
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  • SKU: 1197367

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Glow

Glow

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-GL
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1238650

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Molting

Molting

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-MLT
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  • SKU: 1300093

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New Penny

New Penny

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-NP
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  • SKU: 1300095

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Pearl White

Pearl White

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-PW
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  • SKU: 1300096

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Glow

Glow

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-GL
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  • SKU: 1300097

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Lime Tiger Glow

Lime Tiger Glow

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-LTG
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1300098

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Lime Tiger Glow

Lime Tiger Glow

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-LTG
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  • SKU: 1300099

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Rootbeer Gold Glitter

Rootbeer Gold Glitter

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-RBG
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1312060

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Sugar n' Spice Glow

Sugar n' Spice Glow

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-SSGL
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1421109

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Sugar n' Spice Glow

Sugar n' Spice Glow

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-SSGL
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  • SKU: 1421113

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Nuclear Chicken

Nuclear Chicken

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-NCH
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1562303

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Cajun Purple/Chartreuse

Cajun Purple/Chartreuse

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-CPC
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  • SKU: 1849020

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Glow Chartreuse

Glow Chartreuse

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-GLC
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1849021

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New Penny Chartreuse

New Penny Chartreuse

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-NPCH
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1849022

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New Penny Fleck

New Penny Fleck

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-NPFL
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  • SKU: 1849023

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Pearl White / Chartreuse

Pearl White / Chartreuse

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-PWC
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  • SKU: 1849024

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Rootbeer Gold / Chartreuse

Rootbeer Gold / Chartreuse

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-RBGC
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  • SKU: 1849025

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Watermelon Red Glitter /Chart

Watermelon Red Glitter /Chart

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-WRGC
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1849026

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New Penny Fleck

New Penny Fleck

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-NPFL
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1849034

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Glow Chartreuse

Glow Chartreuse

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-GLC
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  • SKU: 1941289

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New Penny Chartreuse

New Penny Chartreuse

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-NPCH
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  • SKU: 1941290

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Pearl White / Chartreuse

Pearl White / Chartreuse

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-PWC
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  • SKU: 1941291

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Rootbeer Gold / Chartreuse

Rootbeer Gold / Chartreuse

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-RBGC
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Pearl White/Fluorescent Orange

Pearl White/Fluorescent Orange

3"

6

Size:
3"

Model:
GSSHR3-PWFO
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  • SKU: 2040962

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Pearl White/Pink

Pearl White/Pink

3"

6

Size:
3"

Model:
GSSHR3-PWP
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  • SKU: 2040963

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Natural Shrimp

Natural Shrimp

2"

8

Model:
GSSHR2-NAT
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  • SKU: 1197365

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Rootbeer Gold Glitter

Rootbeer Gold Glitter

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-RBG
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  • SKU: 1312067

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Nuclear Chicken

Nuclear Chicken

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-NCH
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  • SKU: 1562306

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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.
Berkley® Gulp!® Saltwater Shrimp 4.5 5 122 122
great for jigs These baits rock as bass jig trailers. put it on like a regular pork trailer and expect twice the fish. THe scent disperction is a killer for big LM hiding in the weeds. I also think it has a good woobiling action like a crayfish tail and it closley resembels one 2! August 2, 2006
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
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
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
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2 years, 2 months ago
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Best to just work it. like a jig head and pop it a couple of times. I would suggest if you are trying for a less aggressive fish then just work it a little slower. pop it a couple of time and let sit for around 8 seconds. Just find a good pace
1 year, 7 months ago
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I'd use a small jig head and give it an occasional hop.
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Fair. I like to bounce slowly.
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wont work as well
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for black seabass
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This bait can be used in any ways you think. I love to bounce them across the bottom or drift them across the bottom. Just hang on, because if the fish are there, you will get them. Great baits. I have caught big Redfish and Seatrout with whole Gulp baits in their bellies that someone had thrown over after use. I know this because there are no hooks in the baits. Good luck fishing.
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I have caught Black Ses Bass with a piece of Gulp New Penny Shrimp, but not many.
2 years, 1 month ago
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Which size hook or jig head to use on a 3" shrimp? I'll be fishing off the jetties using the popping cork method.
2 years, 5 months ago
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I like using a 1/3 oz jig head. Go check out the h20 jigs and they have great appearance and great prices
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It's hard to say not knowing the tide, current, etc but as a guideline I would start light and go heavier as needed. Remember your trying to mimic a live shrimp.
1 year, 8 months ago
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i use a 1/4 oz jig head on em and works great
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If you plan on using a jighead I suggest a Calcutta short shank jighead, a mission jighead, a StrikeKing flats jighead, or a DOA jighead. They are all great choices and an 1/8 or 1/4 should be fine under a cork.

If you want to go unweighted with a regular hook I strongly suggest a Owner Mutu Light circle hook, either a 1/0 or 2/0 hook. If you are more comfortable with a "j-hook", Mustad makes several bait keeper styles to hold your Gulp and make a quick stick.

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Definitely! that is what its best for. Just stick it on a jig head and pop it on the bottom. You will see results.
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I have been using this product bottom fishing from a Kayak. I can't say whether or not it will catch specific species, but I have been getting lots of sea bass with them on the bottom.
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I have heard of some people using a 5/8 or 3/4 ounce casting weight and rigging this lure on a saltwater dropshot set up.

I prefer the lightest jighead I can cast effectively and that has the sink rate I prefer. In very shallow water I will sometimes use a 1/16 ounce DOA jighead and hop the Gulp over the turtle grass.

I have caught flounder, reds, and a ton of trout on Gulp to answer the second part of your question.

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I dont see why not but preditors looking for shimp look for them in the upper half of the water column. Doesnt hurt to try though!
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I like the glow with the chartruse tail and the New Penny both 3 inches long. They have caught trout and Red Fish for me.
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I like new penny
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New Penny, hands down!
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I use the natural color and new penny, it works the best in the marsh where i fish at. I catch speckel trout red fish and flounder
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Natural, but all colors work well...darker or bright colors in stained water.
3 years, 3 months ago
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White or new penny here on the Gulf Coast of Florida.
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will the 2 inch version catch smaller fish with a very high bite ration...normally i will fish with bloodworms and have a high high bite ratio per casts..probably 99 percent...will you get hit up like that and will you catch fish from which lengths and which species from land and jetties....white perch/striper.....
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I use the 3" and will catch tiny fish to 40+ inch fish. They are awesome
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The 2" is pretty small.
I use the 3"-4". I still catch small fish on them too. You don't miss many fish on gulp, they tend to not let go.
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yes it will...I prefer the 4" for speckled trout. "bigger the bait bigger the catch"
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If you are getting 99% bite to cast ratio, why try anything else? Gulp 2 and 3 inch will catch most anything that swims in saltwater and in various sizes.
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Use a Carolina rig with the appropriate wt. for the conditions of the surf. Use your jig heads on the rig. Also you can try using a heavier jig head , with no wt. and bounce it of the bottom of the sand.
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Under a copping cork with 18-24" leader.
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jig head or carolina rig both work well.
3 years, 6 months ago
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A jig head will work well, but try it on a leader set-up. Use a 24" fluorocarbon leader attached to a 3o kahle hook. Use about a 1oz sinker (or heavier) to hold your bait down in the surf. Good luck.
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Try it on a jig head but also on a standard bottom rig for surf casting.
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Depending on depth a 1/4oz jighead should be fine. If the bottom is the "strike zone" of the species you're after then put it there. Bouncing bottom or sharp jerks and pause.
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Jig head is the best. Just rig it as you would all other softbaits and just jig it on the bottom
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Same as a from a pier or jetty. Ona hook or jig head under a popping cork.
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A jig head, but a popping cork gets the best results for me.
3 years, 7 months ago
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Under a weighted float using a small jig head.
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If you put them under a popping cork you can.
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Absolutely, its the main way I fish them. and if that doesn't work a jig head will do the trick. The 3 and 4 inch do well but the 2 inch need weight.
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I have a friend that will try it if we are running out of bait, but never seen him catch anything but a pin fish
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Sure can, using an unweighted hook, no problem.
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In the fall and winter when the stripers run up the river in fresh water here, we catch them on white gulp. I have also caught Largemouth bass with them and on the next cast catch a redfish on the gulp.
Go figure.
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I have tried them a few time's with no success.
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Absolutely. Catfish and bass will take shrimp all day long. Try it under a cork or carolina rig it and see what happens. Good luck.
3 years, 10 months ago
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perch, catfish, stripers, anything that eats shrimp and some stuff that doesn't. most predatory fish hit based on color and action so the saltwater/freshwater thing doesn't make a huge difference. i have done well with both in both types of water.
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