Berkley Gulp Alive 6 Sandworm Pint

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Berkley Gulp! Alive is the next generation in Gulp! technology. Now your favorite baits come floating in the "Magic Gravy," enabling you to recharge your baits by putting them back in the bucket. The new Gulp! Alive baits absorb 20% more Gulp! scent and attractant which, you guessed it, makes them at least 20% more effective than the 1st generation baits. They also have a 34% better swimming action than original Gulp!. Wow, more attractant, better action, better results than ever before. This sandworm imitation has all the qualities to convince fish that it's food. The 100% biodegradable plastic-free construction means they are completely environmentally safe. Highly durable to last through multiple fish. Per pint.
Size: 6"(approximately 28).
Colors:(010)Bloody, (020)Camo, (040)Natural.
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Berkley Gulp Alive 6 Sandworm Pint Reviews:


Easy to use effective fish catching artificial

Surf perch fishing is usually best during the last hour of a rising tide. Digging up sandworms is best at low tide. Problem: These two realities are approximately six to seven hours apart, which means a long waiting period between bait digging and fish catching, or two separate trips to the ocean. Also, Live sandworms do not remain alive more than 12 hours after being dug up. . .and they have a fierce bite during handling. Solution to Problem: Berkley Gulp Alive Sandworms!! Take these with you to the ocean, remove some from the pint jar, pinch them in half (or thirds), place on a #2 or #4 hook and still fish or retrieve. Return unused worms to pint jar after fishing. Don't worry.... these artificials won't bite you, but the fish will bite them. I prefer Camo, but the reds also work well.
Chuck4620 at Cabelas on 05/12/2009

Fabulous for bottomfish in saltwater

I fish these on small hooks, size 1-4 on 2 droppers with 3-way swivels above a 2 ounce weight. We drift with the weight just tapping the bottom. Even the small 2 inch sandworms catch fish like crazy. I put a squid on the bottom and a 2 inch sandworm on the top hook. I have caught many varieties of rockfish, greenling, cabezon and lingcod on the Southern Oregon coast, usually in about 50 feet of water. In our little 16 foot boat we often outfish the large yachts that don't seem to have learned our secret. On our last trip my friend and I kept about 10 fish for eating and released about 15 others in about 3 hours of fishing. I love gulp alive!!
macklb at Cabelas on 05/30/2010

Now i dont have to dig for them!

I've been fishing Bared Surf Pearch most of my life in Cali.
Cought everything with real Sandworms you can catch in the surf. The problem was finding them first. This product looks and feels exactly like the real worms.
Recomend using nothing bigger than #2 hooks and you will do great!
The only drawback is the percentage of strike go down by 20% vs the real worm but I will take that ratio to keep my line wet!
Surfpearchfisher at Cabelas on 08/04/2008

Pretty good bait.

Caught qute a few surf perch with pieces of these worms. Very durable and good color. Could be just a little bigger diameter and would be perfect.
butch52 at Cabelas on 05/29/2013