Berkley Gulp! Swimming Mullet
Works like magic!!!!!
I use gulp Swimming Mullet for spotted bay bass in San Diego Bay. It works great!! I almost always get a bass on thre first cast. If i don't get a bite with gulp, its safe to say there's no bass around and I move to a new spot.
Cought a 11Lb halibut last month with a Gulp, yellow Swimming Mullet.
Won't go fishing without it!!!!!
June 11, 2013
These are my go to bait for finding speckled trout. They are very soft and are good for a catch, maybe two at best but they will produce.
December 16, 2013
This is one of the only artificial baits i use and it can really outfish live bait. i would recommend it to anyone.
June 28, 2006
Here in New Jersey, Fluke (Summer Flounder), along with Stripers, Weakfish, and even Bluefish, are amongst the most sought after game fish swimming in our oceans. I use the Berkley Gulp! Swimming Mullet (minnow) almost exclusively for doormat fluke off jetties and surf (I don't do boat fishing, but am sure this bait would be just as deadly off a boat). My favorite ways to rig this versatile lure are using it as a trailer on a Spro bucktail jig, which is the perfect compliment for the jig as it has a very fish-appealing undulating motion in the tail. Simply hop the jig or raise it, then let it sink again, reeling in the slack. Another way is to fish it behind a "carolina rig" (usually referred to that in freshwater fishing), using an egg sinker and placing it behind a barrel swivel, and attaching a leader of however length you like, and finally, a hook. Simply drag the grub while ocasionally jerking it. My favorite colors are white and chartreuse. I like Gulp! more than standard plastics because rather than just be covered with scent on the outside, Gulp! is like a sponge, and absorbs the scent, slowly dispersing it as the body degrades. Standard soft plastics tend to lose most of their scent as soon as they touch their water. I highly recommend Gulp! to anyone who wants to have a successful day of catching fluke.
July 18, 2008