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Berkley Gulp! Saltwater Sandworm

$6.49
Berkley Gulp! Saltwater Sandworm - Dick's Sporting Goods
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  • Bloody
  • Camo
  • Natural
  • 2 IN.
  • 6 IN.

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Product Information:

Fish with the Berkley® Gulp!® Saltwater Sandworm just like you would with live bait and get better results! These 2'' sandworms will outlive and outperform their live equivalent while fishing in saltwater environments. When in the water, the sandworm will look natural and be extremely desirable to nearby fish, with the help of Gulp!® scent technology.
FEATURES:

  • Looks and feels like natural sandworms
  • Rig and fish like regular live bait
  • Long lasting and durable
  • Gulp! bait disperses natural scent to attract fish
  • Length: 2''
  • Pack Qty: 24
  • Model: GSSW2
  • Berkley

SPECS:

Model: GSSW2
  • Length: 2 in.
  • Pack Qty: 24

  • Length: 6 in.
  • Pack Qty: 10
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 13382037

Customer Reviews:

Berkley Gulp! Saltwater Sandworm 5 5 2 2
Great in low-light surf fishing conditions. When you've tried all the other colors - you can sometimes get the bite going again with these "tan" colored pieces. A lift-and-fall retrieve usually works for me and I just got back from Moonstone Beach in Cambria, CA where I scored 2.5 puund Barred Surf Perch with this bait. They're pricy - but worth it. Forget about the pouch once you've open it - put the sandworms in a glass jar to keep them from dying out. BTW - the "Recharge Juice" they sell is worthless - so save the original packing liquid with great care. June 25, 2014
Surf perch killer Guarantee to catch surf perch and even corbina and halibut during the season. December 12, 2013
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