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- Each bait has a natural presentation in action, scent, and taste
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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!
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MODEL # GSSW2-BY$6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length2in | 5cmColorBloodyPackage Count24PackagingBag
MODEL # GSSW2-C$6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length2in | 5cmColorCamoPackage Count24PackagingBag
MODEL # GSSW2-NAT$6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length2in | 5cmColorNaturalPackage Count24PackagingBag
MODEL # GSSW6-BY$6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length6in | 15cmColorBloodyPackage Count10PackagingBag
MODEL # GSSW6-C$6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length6in | 15cmColorCamoPackage Count10PackagingBag
MODEL # GSSW6-NAT$6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length6in | 15cmColorNaturalPackage Count10PackagingBag
Gulp!® Sandworm is rated out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pancho from Camo is gold for surf fishing I have caught surf perch, halibut, croaker and opaleye on the camo 2 inch bait. I've even pulled-in surf perch holding onto the bait and not the hook as I get the fish out of water. This is by far the best bait in surf I have ever used.
Date published: 2014-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by tillaway from Believe or not they actually work... really well. I have made a few trips now for pink fin surf perch on the Oregon coast. The 2.5" camo sand worms are money. They better than live sand shrimp. Yep I said it, better than live bait. Simply put they stay on the hook for multiple fish. The perch just rail these things. If the fish are around you will know. Tip: keep moving until you find the fish. When you do you will get bit on nearly every cast. Throw heavy and long the bigger fish are actually further out. The smaller fish are closer in it seems.
Date published: 2016-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by RUDY THE RUDSTER from GREAT OPTION OR ALTERNATE TO HAVE When i finally got my order in the mail, I decided to go try them and became a fan right away. I love the way they look and feel and based on the fish i caught, the fish think so too. the two things i would do, one is to make the 2" in Pumpkin seed color/flavor and the other is to make the packaging a bit easier to open and stay close so the liquid in the bab does not fall out. other than that, it's all good. In fact, the grubs are grrrrrrreat!!!!!
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by surfbyte6 from Camo Berkeley Gulp!® Sandworms! Great! Berkeley Gulp!® Sandworms in Camo color are my go to bait for surf fishing! They work like a charm! We use these with a number 4-6 hook on a Carolina Rig. Can't be beat!
Date published: 2016-06-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dipped from Customer service I purchased 10 packs of sand worms only received 6 contacted them twice now and have not received the rest of my order. The sand worms are great but i will never purchase anything from Berkeley again. Loose a customer over 4 packs of worms makes sense to me.
Date published: 2018-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by FISHHEADGLENN from DEADLY SURF PERCH BAIT THESE SANDWORMS ARE INCREDIBLE BAIT FOR SURF PERCH! THEY CAN BE USED STILLFISHING OR USED ON A CAROLINA RIG WITH LIGHT TACKLE (7' ROD, 8LB TO 10LB TEST, 1/2 TO 1-1/2 OZ EGG SINKER, 3' LEADER) AND SIMPLY DRAGGED SLOWLY THROUGH THE SURF. A "MUST HAVE" FOR COASTAL SURF PERCH!
Date published: 2013-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Torg993 from The best worm going! This was one of the best bass baits out there. I do wish they would bring back the entire Line of sand worms they used too have. Black with a three bead glass rattle would work best.
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by ChloeTTTTTT from Not very environmentally friendly Your lures claim to be made out of biodegradable materials but after 1 and a half years of being in the water they haven't shown any signs of biodegrading yet. We've done many other experiments with your lures but still have not got your lures to come close to start biodegrading.
Date published: 2013-08-12