Gulp! Alive!® Crawler
4in | 10cm
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- Perfect for jig or drop shot
- Expand your strike zone with 400x more scent dispersion than plastic baits
- Rig and fish as any live nightcrawler
- Over 15 years of Gulp! evolution…the best keeps getting better
Gulp! Alive! baits offer the best alternative to live bait ever produced. Since the baits are soaked in the powerful attractant they are more effective and catch more fish. Put the bait back in the bucket to ReCharge its effectiveness. You don't have to deal with the hassle of live bait anymore - try Gulp! Alive! and fish the revolution.
Gulp! Alive!® Crawler
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MODEL # GAOCR4-NAT$19.99 $13.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length4in | 10cmColorNaturalPackagingBucket OvalWeight18.20
MODEL # GAOCR4-PS$19.99 $13.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length4in | 10cmColorPumpkinseedPackagingBucket OvalWeight18.20
MODEL # GAFHPCR4-NAT$9.99 $6.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length4in | 10cmColorNaturalPackagingBucket Half PintWeight7.02
Gulp! Alive!® Crawler is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mikear from Excellent "slow death" alternative to live bait I just started using slow death rigs this year for walleye and saugeye. Let's just say these crawlers are deadly on Mack's Smilr Blade slow death rigs. They have been just as effective as live crawlers in my case. Pros: 1 Easier to keep alive than live bait (get it?) 2 Equally as or even more effective than live bait 3 Handy container and the ability to "recharge" after use 4 More durable than live bait Cons: 1 Less durable than most traditional soft baits 2 Have had issues with containers remaining completely sealed at the gasket. I keep them in a cardboard box to soak up what small bit leaks.
Date published: 2017-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by sotelotim from Floating for Carolinia Rigs With the floating nature of this bait,it works well for Carolinia Rigging This is my first line bait for small mouth bass suspended over gravel or drop-offs. The 4" size is right for a range of fish sizes. The pumpkin seed color is neutral to look like crawfish or baitfish
Date published: 2013-09-03