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Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin Seed

5"

10

Model:
GSM5-PS
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  • SKU: 991629

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Chartreuse Pepper

Chartreuse Pepper

5"

10

Model:
GSM5-CP
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  • SKU: 991627

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Watermelon Red Glitter

Watermelon Red Glitter

5"

10

Model:
GSM5-WRG
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 991630

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Pearl Silver

Pearl Silver

5"

10

Model:
GSM5-PSL
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Berkley®'s Gulp!® Suspended Minnow is a subtle bait that’s big on flavor designed for targeting suspended fish or fish holding in vertical cover. The Suspended Minnow's lifelike, fluttering fall makes any vertical presentation around weedlines, wood, docks and dams absolutely deadly.

Berkley's Gulp!® baits are a substantial improvement over plastic bait technology. To attract fish and get them to feed, you have to appeal to their senses of smell and taste, technically known as chemoreceptors. Berkley has effectively bridged the gap between live and articificial baits with the Gulp!® baits. Gulp!® baits are very similar in texture and chemical potency to live bait, but have all the shape, action, and color advantages of soft plastics. Gulp!® actually releases 400 times faster than equivalent plastic baits with a scent trail so intense fish sense it from much farther away, and it is 100% biodegradable.

Berkley Gulp! Sinking Minnow 4.3 5 48 48
UNbelievable best thing to happen to me since the rattle trap. GULP is the most incredible bait ive purchased in a long time. ive been fishing for bass more because of the sizes ive been catching just with gulp. anything else isnt an inventory anymore, its a punishment. you want big bass, you better buy the GULP sinking minnows (5"). im now looking forward to getting the batted wing frogs. and by the way the worms work very well too. June 20, 2008
Gulp Rules!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I Purchased the 4" sinking minnows on 03-15-08 1pk of pumpkinseed and 1pk of green pumpkin. I went fishing on 03-18 using the pumpkinseed, Texas rigged with a 4/0 Gamakatsu wide gap hook and Berkley trilene 20 lb test. It was about 4:30 p.m. I was working the shallows when I caught a stud (See Photo). March 19, 2008
Sinking minnow By far the best minnow/worm type product on the market. This is my go to soft bait weedless rigged with a bullet sinker, it never fails me. I use the green pumpkin pearl or green/white color and couldn't be happier with its success! April 16, 2014
The safest purchase you'll ever make! The gulp sinking minnow has to be one of the best baits ever made. Whether dragging on top of a weedbed, walking the dog two feet below the surface or twitching on the bottom this thing catches fish time in and time out. Buy some Gamakatsu rigging hooks to boot and you're all set for success. I've barely used anything else in my tackle box over the last two years, it's that reliable. February 25, 2007
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Anybody try one offshore?

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I wonder if this would work well offshore for Red Snapper and similar fish? You'd need to drop it in fairly deep water, but I guess it would flutter all the way down.
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Tried it surf casting a few times. Didn't have tons of success but there were a lot of variables that could have contributed to the lack of success.
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I have caught stripers on this lure by rigging it texas style and working it like a jerkbait/fluke. Slug-Gos are a mainstay of New England striper fishing and I thought this would be at least as effective.

I have never gone after snapper or offshore gamefish with this bait and I imagine detecting a strike on a slack line drop would be difficult to detect with a lot of line out. Some people are experimenting with beefed up saltwater dropshot rigs and this bait would be amazing wacky rigged above the bottom.

I think the white version of this bait would be a great trailer for a jig or bucktail.

I hope this helps
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I didn't think of that but I don't see any advantage of it.
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rather than worrying about them toughening up the head (and waiting for them to), rig the lure on a small jighead with a flat back, cut the head of the lure to match that flat back and then after rigging the lure on the hook add a drop of superglue to hold the lure on. I recommend the Northland Fishing Tackle Mimic Minnow jighead. Try to use the lightest weight that will work with the size lure you're using.
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Try a little bit of hair gel on the head of the bait. The only problem is that you have to redo it every few casts.
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