Gulp!® 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 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!® Pinched Crawler
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MODEL # GHPC1-WMPR$3.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length1in | 3cmColorWatermelon PearlPackage Count14PackagingHalf Bag
MODEL # GHPC2-NC$3.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length2in | 5cmColorNightcrawlerPackage Count6PackagingHalf Bag
MODEL # GHPC2-WMPR$3.99View model specificationsView LargerBait Length2in | 5cmColorWatermelon PearlPackage Count6PackagingHalf Bag
Gulp!® Pinched Crawler is rated out of 5 by 28.
Rated 1 out of 5 by FIG123 from Beware, look at when made dates ! I bough 4 jars of floating crawlers and 4 bags of sinking crawlers and they all were made in 2013. All of them were GARBAGE. They would not stay on the hook and were MUSH in your hand when removing them from the jar or bag. Spent over $30.00 and I'm still FIGHTING with Berkley ( Pure Fishing) to get a replacement or my money refunded. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY !!!
Date published: 2017-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bravo36 from Fish Like 'em I first used your extruded earthworms and they worked. I tried to order more but they were out of stock. I ordered the Pinched Crawler instead. They work even better than the earthworms. The Crawler is a little large for catching bream so I cut them into thirds and threaded them onto #8 Mustad Circle Streamer hooks that I had dressed with rubber legs and a little flash. I left the rear 3/4 of the hook bare to take the Crawler chunk. I could catch 3 or four fish before having to replace the Crawler. Next trip, I am going to put a whole Crawler on a larger hook and see if I can catch some bass.
Date published: 2014-10-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by Afriend4jasper from Great to switch to when PowerBait isn’t working I purchased these last week on a whim thinking they would stay on the hook better then real night crawlers on my 3 year olds fishing rod. Which they stayed on great. Today we tried fishing PowerBait (yellow, green, pink & orange) at our local stocked ponds, and couldn’t get the fish to bite. We switched to these pinched crawler fished then with a large egg hook & had our limits in under 20mintues. Get product to switch to when the bite is cold. Just make sure to fish them with thin hooks which will allow them to float off the bottom into the strike soon.
Date published: 2018-05-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by ambush_boy from Haven't caught any fish on it I bought this a month ago, I tried fishing it early morning, noon, evening and late at night. I've fished it wacky, Texas and Carolina rigged as well as just float. I wish it out fished the rest, I wish it caught just a tiny panfish or anything. I'm glad I picked it up while it was on sale atleast.
Date published: 2016-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by Glanzman from Bluefish Champ! Bought the 1 inch bubblegum color for my 8 year old daughter and her friend. They caught 25 bluegills and 2 large mouth bass within 2 hours with a #6 hook on a bobber rig.
Date published: 2017-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by TOMP from WORKS GREAT THE TROUT LOVE THEN. YOU CAN CATCH MULTIPLE FISH ON ONE CRAWLER. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Date published: 2014-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by FishingThePNW from Trout Killer! I have been using regular worms for trout my entire life and of always had sucess. I recently went out to a local lake for rainbow trout on our Lifetime Sport Fisher Kayak. I had one pole set up with regular night crawlers and the other with Gulp FLT Pinched Crawlers, I had heard about these and decided to pick some up. I slowly dragged them accross the bottom, almost trolling. I got hits from both, but the Gulp got hooked up more often and I found that most of the time the fish were hooked in the jaw rather than being swalloded like the regular night crawlers. I had a 7 to 1 ratio hook up with the Gulp out fishing regular worms completly. The key to sucess with these is to put a few split shot followed by a swivel with 18 inches of line then a #8 baitholder hook, then slide the crawler up and drop it down till it his bottom and slow troll it.
Date published: 2016-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by timmy5775 from Not just for small fish ! I tried these down my local river . I was using night crawlers with no results so I added gulp pinched bait to my night crawler and within a few minutes I was reeling in the largest sheephead I’ve ever seen let alone caught !!! Pulled bulls and flatheads out using them too . Great lil bait to have in a “ pinch “ .
Date published: 2018-06-12