Gulp!® Floating Pinched Crawler
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- Lifelike imitation of a nightcrawler pinched in half
- Non-floating version great under a bobber or on spinner rigs or split shot rigs
- Available in a convenient resealable zipper bag
- Curved profile provides lifelike action when twitched or shaken
The extreme scent dispersion of Gulp! expands the strike zone allowing you to catch more fish! Berkley Gulp! truly is the next generation in soft bait!
Gulp!® Floating Pinched Crawler
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MODEL # GHFPC1-BGM$3.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorBubblegumPackage Count14PackagingHalf Bag
MODEL # GHFPC1-CCHE$3.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorChunky CheesePackage Count14PackagingHalf Bag
MODEL # GHFPC1-NC$3.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorNightcrawlerPackage Count14PackagingHalf Bag
MODEL # GHFPC2-NC$3.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length2in | 5cmColorNightcrawlerPackage Count6PackagingHalf Bag
Gulp! Floating Pinched Crawler is rated out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Spincast1459 from KILLER BAIT! I used the night crawler for crappie in early May and trout in June. I caught fish time after time on the first or second cast. The biggest problem was the fish would swallow the hook so completely that I had to cut the line and constantly re-tie on hooks. My buddy was using corn and wasn’t getting any bites. He complained there weren’t any fish where he was fishing. He put on a Berkeley Gulp pinched crawler I gave him and BAM! He caught a two pound trout on his first cast where he wasn’t getting a bite before. I am sold on these. The Conservation Department will probably ban them as unfair.
Date published: 2018-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dougwalleye from Amazing Fished in an artificial only tournament. Used the pinched crawlers on a slow death hook and caught more fish than I could have imagined. You can catch multiple fish on each bait and no more keeping crawlers alive. I am a believer !!
Date published: 2014-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by MIckey1953 from To set the bar——I use brown and yellow pinched crawlers topped with a red or orange power bait. I am fishing for trout. I have drilled a hole in large split shot and use a bobber stopper so the bait acts like a Carolina rig when slowly hopping it in. I have been around people using bait or fly rods and manage to get more bites and catch my limit. I have used other baits and setups and have not had similar results. So whatever the reason, I always have several packs of the brown and yellow pinched floating crawlers with me when fishing for trout.
Date published: 2019-10-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by Georgie boy from gulp alive pinched alive crawlers I bought these 2 weeks ago and caught trout on them.However they only lasted 2 weeks then they dried up in the plastic zip lock bag they came in and wouldn't stay on the hook but just crumbled up like a cookie totally useless. Come on Berkley what happened to the ones that came in a jar of juice I never had a problem with those but I cant find them anymore not in the stores or your web site.
Date published: 2018-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Juicy worm from Pinched nightcrawlers! Awesome product for ponds and lakes! Somedays it is the only thing the fish will hit.
Date published: 2018-04-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by Uncle John from Winter Trout The trout were stocked in October. The larger size bait drew many follows especially the Chartreuse but few hits (1 in 5), I didn't get any hits when I let it rest on bottom. Winter trout don't move around like Spring trout do,searching for food. I find placing a blade, 6" above the bait entices these trout to hit. Will report back in the Spring with results.
Date published: 2015-12-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by raymac 36 from catches trout at my local lake Started using the Berkley gulp floating pinched crawlers this trout season 2015 Was thinking bigger bait bigger fish.It works.Catches the more aggressive and larger trout. In the lake where I fish works best on a windy day.Some colors work better then others for me.Work it slowly with a sliding sinker reeling it slowly back to the boat.
Date published: 2015-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bowhunter2 from My go to bait for trout I've found that the Floating Pinched Crawler really works on trout in the stocked lakes where I fish. I started with the natural color, but tried the Bubblegum color as a result of some reviews that I read and found that it was even better. This stuff really catches trout!
Date published: 2016-11-25