Gulp!® Peeler Crab
Availability: Available on 07/02/2019
- Rig as is or like a live crab
- Looks, feels and smells like live peeler crab!
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!® Peeler Crab
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MODEL # GSPC1-MLT$6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorMoltingPackage Count8PackagingBag
MODEL # GSPC1-NAT$6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorNatural PeelerPackage Count8PackagingBag
MODEL # GSPC2-AG$6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length2in | 5cmColorAmber GlowPackage Count5PackagingBag
MODEL # GSPC2-MLT$6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length2in | 5cmColorMoltingPackage Count5PackagingBag
MODEL # GSPC2-NAT$6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length2in | 5cmColorNatural PeelerPackage Count5PackagingBag
MODEL # GSPC2-NP$6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length2in | 5cmColorNew PennyPackage Count5PackagingBag
Gulp!® Peeler Crab is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MadMouse from It Saved the Day! I had Reds all around me but what ever we threw went ignored. Most lures or baits fell through the grass out of site out of mind. The Peeler Crab rigged with a circle hook sat on top of turtle grass and saved the day.
Date published: 2013-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by strike34 from Great Bait! I used these in the waters off cape cod MA and they were deadly on Tautog and Black Sea Bass. I decided to bring them on a trip to Florida and caught snook ttarpon and red fish on them!
Date published: 2013-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by capttom from crabs works great in florida.tarpon,snook,reds,snapper. get the spray smell bottle,work in moving tide no sinker,hook iy in the back.a crab swims backwards.free line it and use your fingers to move the crab ,not the rod.works i prefer the 4".
Date published: 2017-07-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Natural peeler crab Used all last winter from November to April and never caught a thing on it. Very bad not worth trying.
Date published: 2013-06-05