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Loaded with the world's most powerful scent and flavor ingredients, Berkley® Gulp!® Trout Dough is one of the greatest advancements in trout bait. Long lasting and an incredibly effective trout stimulant, these dough baits set off a potent trout feeding frenzy by quickly dispersing scents and alluring flavor bits.
best trout bait ever
i bought this because a friend recommened it to me....i am glad he did because i cam home with 3 rainbow trouts..my favorite color is chunky cheese
February 18, 2012
A mandatory bait to have in your tackle box
A great blend of colors and some glitter to attract trout. I always keep a jar of this in my tacklebox. I use it by putting a pinch to cover the size 14-16 treble hook. Works for me in water clarity of 3 ft to crystal clear water.
February 16, 2012
For me, it way outfished power bait
Using this in eastern Sierra Nevada streams, power bait was not even getting nibbles and this landed multiple 14" browns and rainbows almost as fast as we could bait hooks. I read the comments about durability and disagree completely. This is much softer than power bait, but that makes the hook set easier, and in fast moving spring streams it stays on the hook just fine. Maybe the very cold water makes a difference, and I squeeze it down pretty tightly.
April 20, 2011
If you are a non "catch and release" kind of fisherman this is the way to go. If the fish are biting, they are biting on Power Bait. Color sometimes can make a difference but not always. Personally, I like the Sherbet, Rainbow, and Salmon Egg flavored Yellow, however, I believe I have caught trout on every color. Sit back, relax, and enjoy your fishing.
October 25, 2010
I use a small treble hook (#16), roll a ball a little larger than the hook, embed the hook in the ball. Then to make the bait stay on the hook longer, I roll it between my palms, so it is slightly compressed.
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