Extremely productive and durable, this Swimming Mullet's swimming tail action and lifelike texture is irresistible to many saltwater species. Berkley® is loaded-up with Gulp!® attractant, which releases 400 times more fish-attracting scent than other plastic baits. Berkley's Gulp! baits have outfished live bait in head-to-head field tests.
great for fluke
I've been going to this bait more and more for fluke. Great for keeping your bait in the strike zone after a missed fish because unlike natural bait it will stay on the hook. The black mullet is deadly!
September 13, 2012
Berkley gulp swimming mullets are excellent to use in bays or ocean. They will catch a variety of fish, particularly flounder and catfish, when fished on a jighead and slowly reeling in (just enough to get the tail wiggling). The yellow is good, but I've had more success with the rootbeer and pink colors. The only downside is that the fish can easily bite off the tail and therefore you could use up a whole bag in one fishing trip.
July 12, 2012
flounder love them!
i fish in ocean city maryland and the flounder tear these things up. the only thing is were i fish there only good for 1 catch the flounder swallow them whole so you go through alot of these on a good day fishing. these are the best bait i have used by far other then live spot to catch fish and these things truely work amazing. also the blue fish love them but destroy there tails i noticed if the tail gets bitten on there no were near effective. i use them on a matching half ounce jig head.
July 9, 2011
rig this with a 3/8oz or 1/2oz matching color jighead and you will catch flounder and bluefish all day long caught 34 flounder using the pink, pearl white, and chartruse but bass pro doesnt sell pink ): but make sure you dont break the sealer thingie or the mullets become a little stiff in the tail and lose their action.
June 8, 2011
This is a great bait for flounder when fished on a jighead (I use a 1/8 oz red jighead). I've found the pink and rootbeer colors to work best for flounder. Not as good for redfish or trout, which are more likely to bite live shrimp or lures (such as the mirrodine). Fish the shrimp with a popping cork.
This bait works great for all inshore species. For flounder, slowly hop it along the bottom, and for redfish and trout try a slightly faster retrieve. In my experience, Pearl White has been the most productive color.
they work GREAT for all, the three species you listed are just what we caught on our last trip to the N.C. coast. Colors depend on conditions but I usually use the yellow or chartreuse with a red headed 'jig'; yellow heads work well too.
Here in southern Maryland the swimming minnow works pretty good for all inshore fish including redfish and flounder. I fish it just as I would a jig with a ounce and a quarter jig. White seems to work best.
These swimming minnows work well for all three types of fish. I have had the most success with the Pearl White color. Not to say that the other colors don't work, but the Pearl White seems to be the most productive for the waters I fish.
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