Berkley Gulp Alive Shrimp Large Bucket

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Berkley Gulp Alive Shrimp Large Bucket -
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 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!. Whether you’re fishing expansive flats, a wreck or oil rig, the fact that saltwater fish love shrimp remains the same. Durable and long-lasting, they look, smell and feel like live shrimp. The 100% biodegradable plastic-free construction means they are completely environmentally safe. They are highly durable to last through multiple fish.
Sizes: 3" (approximately 36), 4" (approximately 20).
Colors:(006)Pearl White, (011)Molting, (021)New Penny Chartreuse, (023)Glow Chartreuse, (034)Natural Peeler, (044)New Penny, (049)Pearl White Chartreuse.
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Berkley Gulp Alive Shrimp Large Bucket Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Gulp Shrimp

I mainly use white shrimp to target Flounder. The 3 inch seems to produce for me. Our size limit is 15 inches or better, we catch quite a few short, which tells me there will be plenty next year -- a good thing!
Foxieman at Cabelas on 03/26/2013

3" shrimp

been using it for 3 or 4 years, great stuff. Wish the tails were more durable. It gets expensive if pinfish are around.
franklin7X57 at Cabelas on 08/13/2013

Use them often

These work great under popping corks
Aggie91 at Cabelas on 08/20/2013

Negative Reviews:

Poor "improved"

The new Gulp still catch fish, but are a softer material which doesn't stay on the hook well and the fish chew up in just a few casts, and the fish pull the bait off the hook. The old gulp caught fish and lasted for many casts. New is not improved.
RickMontana at Cabelas on 04/21/2013