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Berkley Gulp!® Turtle Back Worms

   

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Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin Seed

7"

10

Model:
GTB7-PS
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Blue Fleck

Blue Fleck

7"

10

Model:
GTB7-BF
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  • SKU: 991547

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Tequila Sunrise

Tequila Sunrise

7"

10

Model:
GTB7-TS
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  • SKU: 1099485

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

7"

10

Model:
GTB7-GP
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June Bug

June Bug

7"

10

Model:
GTB7-JB
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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 artificial 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 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's Gulp! Turtle Back Worm offer incredible flavor attraction, and sport a permanent ''humpback'' design that accentuates the tail action even on super-slow retrieves. These big bass baits are great in cover. 7''; 10 pack.

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best worms ever made the Berkley Gulp worms are some of the best worms I have ever used. If you get the worm close to a Bass they will bite. November 29, 2013
AWESOME!! I just bought my first pack of these in Pumpkinseed. I had used Berkley Powerbait before and thought I'd give GULP a try. Talk about surprised!! My first 10 casts...8 fish!! I never had that many hits that fast before...with anything! What an AWESOME bait! The fish just tore them up! They are a little soft but still last longer than live crawler. July 26, 2013
My favorite worm I have used these Turtlback worms for about 2 years & they are my favorite plastic bait. They are heavy enough to be fished weightless (they sink, not float), but I typically Texas rig them with a 1/4 or 1/2 bullet sinker. I would highly recommend them for someone who is new to plastic worm fishing, for the bass really do hang onto them a long time and they are soft enough for hook sets from beginners. For my waters, the Pumpkinseed & Junebug work best. Not a complaint, but an observation, two of those features can also be negatives. I lose more of these worms when landing fish because they sink when fish throw them off the wook (often I have a decision to grab the fish or the sinking worm). They do tear easy being so soft, but I'll take that because I find it leads to a higher hookset ratio. Also, when I use up all the worms in a pack, I pour the "juice" that is in the package into a ziplock containg older assorted, non-scented worms. They don't absorb it as well as the gulp worms, but it still works well. April 2, 2013
Best worms made I started using the Gulp brand a few years ago and have not looked back. The fish pick them up and won't let go. Best worms I have ever used. March 6, 2013
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ribbontail like or not like

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what is the differnce between the ribbontail worm and this worm?
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This worm is referred to as a turtle back worm. it also has a ribbon tail.
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this worm has a great scent and it produces fish.
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The ribbon tail has a much lighter colored tail which seems to attract the bass.
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It worked GREAT for Bass where I fished them.
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The 7" Turtleback worms work, plain and simple. Perfect for bass, they are the only worms I use at this point. Only drawback is they are not very durable, but they work amazingly well!
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these are great for bass!!!
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I've used the Gulp Turtle back worms quite a bit but found that the containers are hard to close which can dry them out and the worms are not very durable, tearing easily. They also must be kept in their wet containers or in water otherwise they dry up like a twig. They do catch bass, with the slimy film giving off a distinct smell in the water. I will probably buy some over the winter and make my own bags for them so they don't dry up so fast.
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Yes absolutely. They are great for bass and pretty mush anything else that would eat a worm.
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I was fising down in Arkansas and had bought a pack of the gulp worms, T-Sunrise, which I had never used before. I was fishing with lizards and these lizards I had bought were horrible so, I decided to try the gulps out. I Texas rigged it and from the first cast it was on. I only wish I had bought a couple more packs...I ran out after the second day,
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WORM IS GREAT WHEN OTHER BAITS WON'T WORK. IF THERE ARE CATFISH IN THE AREA YOU WILL BE BOTHERED BY THEM.
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These are an outstanding bait for bass here in Del Rio. You are going to have to ask around to find out what color combination works well in the water that you will be fishing, but these will out fish any other bait of the same type and similar color.
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This in my opinion is the best worm for bass.
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I use this worm quite frequently for bass and usually produces if they are biting
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get a heavy baitcasting combo with at least 50lb braid. texas rig(you're from there just ask around) with a 1/2 oz worm weight. pitch that into Falcon or Rayburn and hold on dude. I know there's monsters in those lakes.
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Are these a finesse baits?

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I Texas rigged the worms and cranked it slow along the bottom and had great success. Hope this helps.
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No sir, a finesse bait is usually considered to be small profile and 2 1/2-4 1/2 inches in length. Like a senko or "drop shot" minnows/worms.
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theese can be finesse baits but depending on what size of your worm and the technique you use get but for the most part yes this can be used as a finesse bait.
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