Berkley's Saltwater Gulp! Squid looks, feels, and smells like a live squid. Its slender profile and lifelike action are combined with Saltwater Gulp!'s rapid scent dispersion which attracts more fish from greater range. Glow-in-the-dark features. The Saltwater Gulp Squid is most effective when rigged on jig head, dropper loop, Carolina rig, or trolled.
Rated 3 out of 5 by filmoreslim Worked for flounder
I tried these out in the back bays of the Jersey shore and they did pretty well with flounder
August 18, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Catmandude123 Berkley saltwater gulp squid
I make road trips up to FL to fish with my friends and their boat to have some fun fishing in saltwater. we all bought bait, and caught ballyhoos. while they were fishing with ballyhoos and cigar minnows, i was going to give these a try, since i heard gulp! was good in saltwater. it took FOREVER to rig right, and i destroyed 2 before i got it right. we usually stay on the boat for a week or so so i had time. while they were realing in tuna one by one, i sat there and watched my line,hoping for a bite. after 4 hours, i decided i wanted to catch fish and swiched to cigar minnows, and caught barracuda and kings. Unless you know what your doing i dont recomend these
May 27, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by keywestarponslayr worth a try
Works great for tarpon, mackerel or tuna. Even caught a few mahi with this bait. I usually use the lighter color i think its amber glow. Tarpon especially love it when fished with no weight. Just keep it on top and let it drift with the current.
July 24, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by 4GDnLA Hard Times
This bait didn't work at all. Today the fish were hitting everything dropped into the water. But some how, they seemed to stay far away from the berkley squid. I didn't like it, do to the fact that it was hard, lacked motion, and above all didn't catch fish.
June 13, 2009
Both. I have personally caught sand trout and rays by sinking them to the bottom on a circle hook with a 2-4 oz wieght. but the best best is a popping cork float with a 2-3 foot leader. The popping sounds the alarm and the bites draw them in. Just jig it, one or twice every few seconds then let it sit fpr 30 seconds. You can add a coin sized piece to a single hook of a lure and you have the action of the lure and the scent of the bites. The bites be themselves have little movement as a lure but work best as a scent