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Free Offer Berkley® Gulp!® Swimming Mullet

   

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Product Color
Length
Quantity Other specs Quantity Price & availability

Glow

Glow

4"

10

Model:
GSSM4-GL

Pink

Pink

4"

10

Model:
GSSM4-PK

Red

Red

4"

10

Model:
GSSM4-RD

Pearl White

Pearl White

4"

10

Model:
GSSM4-PW

Black

Black

4"

10

Model:
GSSM4-BL

Chartreuse

Chartreuse

4"

10

Model:
GSSM4-CH

Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin Seed

4"

10

Model:
GSSM4-PS

Smoke

Smoke

4"

10

Model:
GSSM4-SM

Watermelon

Watermelon

4"

10

Model:
GSSM4-WM

Yellow

Yellow

4"

10

Model:
GSSM4-YE

Rootbeer Gold Glitter

Rootbeer Gold Glitter

4"

10

Model:
GSSM4-RBG
  • Productive and durable
  • Swimming tail action
  • Lifelike texture
  • Loaded-up with Gulp!
Extremely productive and durable, this Swimming Mullet's swimming tail action and lifelike texture is irresistible to many saltwater species. 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.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 38 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Finds fish 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
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Striper lure Had pretty good success with these guys on striper and puppydrum.... December 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Gulp or real bait? This was the first time using Gulp bait. I saw is being used first in Canada on Nagagami Lake. I did a flyin with Expeditions North Lodge. I have used nothing but live minnows in the lake. Several of my friends there did bring Gulp up in various colors and did have goo luck with it. Now it was my turn to use it in saltwater in the Gulf off of Venice, Florida. I was told to bring Gulp and use that rather than frozen squid of shrimp. I brought two types of different colors. I can tell you that I went through both packages in a half day with success. The only thing I did not like about it is once the tail is bitten off, you might as well put on a new one. Using frozen squid, the success was just about as good and held on better. October 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Awesome Bait My friend turned me on to this bait about a year ago. Ever since I haven't had any trouble reeling in white trout, specks, red fish, and flounder. I mainly use the chartreuse or white color because of the murky water I fish in. I have fished this next to live bait before and I actually caught more on the Gulp!. The only things I don't like about the bait is that it is very delicate and expensive. Smaller fish bite off the tail which ruins it's action. I go through a ton of these on one fishing trip. I find myself spending another 20 bucks on these every 2 or 3 fishing trips. Even after that I still love this bait. It's just that good. Since I started using Gulp! I haven't had a problem filling the cooler as long as the tides were right. I can't say enough about it. If you are an inshore fisherman, you should give it a try. September 24, 2013
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No but they do sink.
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what is the best color for fishing for fluke on long island ? And what is the best way to rig it?
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I like the smoke for Fluke, the kids like the bright colors, the smoke seems to do a lot better than the pinks and whites, blends in with the squid.
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Chartreuse on a white buck tail jig in NY seems to be the ticket
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watermelon for bass in Florida
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Red fish, trout, and flounder tear these things up. I mainly use chartreuse, or white. (because of murky water) I normally stick them on a red jig head and bounce them along the bottom.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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21" flounder 30" bull red!! Need I say more. Also limit I limit on flounder in 30 minutes. Red and chartreuse combination kill em everytime.
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Works on all of them. I found yellow to be the best color. Try them with a 1/4 ounce pink jig head.
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I have never tried it on redfish or trout, but it did work really well on flounder.
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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.
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For trout and flounder great, I have not gone after redfish. I use white as go to and watermellon to offer change.
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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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Any color close to rootbeer or coffee. I bought the rootbeer gold #58 and worked good for snook and trout with a white red eyed jig head.
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