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Berkley Gulp! Peeler Crab Soft Baits - Dick's Sporting Goods

Berkley Gulp! Peeler Crab Soft Baits

Item Number: 13382017
Price: $6.49
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Use the Berkley® Gulp!® Peeler Crab Soft Bait as if you were fishing with a real crab. Each of these Gulp!® baits disperses the scent of a real crab and has a natural motion that is sure to attract nearby fish. Crafted from natural ingredients, these crabs are biodegradable and perfect for all saltwater fishing.


  • Rig as is or like a live crab
  • Biodegradable natural ingredients
  • Looks, feels and smells like a real live Peeler Crab
  • Gulp! baits disperse scent to attract fish
  • Designed for saltwater fishing
  • Berkley


Model: GSPC21
  • Length: 1 in.
  • Pack Qty: 8

Model: GSPC2
  • Length: 2 in.
  • Pack Qty: 5

Country of Origin: United States

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy to use, nice scent The scent is distinctly crab, different from other Gulp scents so it stands out as being authentic. It pairs well as an alternate with Gulp shrimp--if fish aren't hitting one, the other they will, so have them both on hand. Stays on the hook great, very simple to rig. Little fish will nibble at the legs a bit though. September 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by The cuzin of the cray fish like the cray fish it good at jigging os slow cranking me i jig it 3 times then leev it for 5 sec by then you got something. i use my at the 18 mile creek and it works great for cat fish. November 6, 2012
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