Berkley Gulp Mini Earthworms

Priced: $4.29 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Berkley Gulp Mini Earthworms -
This downsized version of the earthworm tempts trout, bass and walleye. Similar in texture, appearance and scent to real bait, Gulp! baits also possess the color advantages, shape and action of soft plastics. Gulp! baits use water-soluble, natural ingredients that release over 400 times the amount of fish- attracting scent of standard plastic baits. The scent trail is so intense that fish cannot resist it. Per .90-oz jar.
Colors:(001)Natural, (002)Red Wiggler.


  • Made of water-soluble, natural ingredients


  • Tempts trout, bass and walleyes
  • Similar to live bait in texture, appearance and scent
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Berkley Gulp Mini Earthworms Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Multi Specie Bait

I caught bass, bluegill, sunfish, and crappie with this. A great multi specie bait. If you are fishing unknown waters, throw this in. I was catching so much fish, the guy next to us didn't have luck. So I gave him some worms and he started getting bites. Also the scent is high for the fish. Buy it.
MasterAngler23 at Cabelas on 05/30/2012

Berkley Gulp!® Mini Earthworms - Red

It's my gp to bait for trout. I'll use it when I'm out of night crawlers. Also will tag it on to a hoochie or spinner when trolling. Must have in your tackle box.
victorinthewest at Cabelas on 01/13/2013

better than bait

My daughter and I caught a lot of bluegill. It is easy to use for kids too.
quantumuser at Cabelas on 07/21/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Good Product

Plan on going through a lot of these baits. Small Gills will nibble them off your hook. Best fished under float. They eat them up...
Prairiefire at Cabelas on 07/25/2010