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Berkley Gulp

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Lately I've seen Berkley Gulp plastic baits at my local tackle shop. They make it in crab and even cut bait patterns. Berkley claims its superior to real bait(although I doubt that). I was wondering if anyone has tried this stuff in the surf and with what results. If it actually works I was thinking it might be a conveinient alternative that I can just keep in the tackle box.

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I had great results this summer with fluke on these baits! Outfished real bait which was amazing to me and my buddy. Give it a try it might not always work I always have some nearby.A friend of mine owns a party boat and said it worked great on weakfish also.

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Tried em last week out front, had the tail ends wacked off right up to the hook.had my rod spiked most of the time and didn`t notice any bites confused.gif Crabs? kinda pricey crab bait.

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I used the sandworm version-motor oil- quite often as a replacement for tipping tubes. They really do work very well, they are a little more skinny than the previous versions. Man do they reek when you open the package but i guess that is the point. It's almost shocking to say but i didn't notice a difference between live sandworms and the gulps as far as hook-up ratio. I'll defineately stick with them.

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