Berkley Gulp! Swimming Mullet Soft Bait

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Berkley Gulp! Swimming Mullet Soft Bait is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 208.
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Berkley Gulp! Swimming Mullet Soft Bait
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The Berkley Gulp!® Swimming Mullet Soft Bait offers a natural and realistic swimming appearance making it irresistible to saltwater species. Each 4 inch soft bait is infused with scent to maximize the release into the water. Disperse more scent by fishing the bait slowly ensuring the most realistic and fluid motion to cause an irresistible strike from predators.

FEATURES:

  • Swimming Mullet Soft Bait
  • Designed for saltwater species
  • Natural presentation
  • Enhanced with Gulp!® scent and flavor
  • Enlarged tail for better swimming action
  • Pack Qty: 3" and 4": 10 or 11
  • Pack Qty: 5" and 6": 3 or 4
  • Model: GSSM
  • Brand: Berkley
  • Country of Origin: United States of America

Web ID: 17GULUGLPSW3SWMMNLUR

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gulp Swimming Mullet for Fluke (summer flounder) I have been successfully using swimming mullet gulp for fluke for two years. White seems to work best on sunny days and yellow on cloudy days. Pink also works when fluke are eating shrimp. My basic rig is a three way swivel with 12 inch dropper, 42 inch leader and 3/0 hooks. I fish the baits with plane hooks, spinners and pink squirts. I switch to whatever rig and color mullet works best. Although I also try minnows, squid and spearing, I have consistently found that the Gulp out-fishes the natural baits. This is good news since minnows have been in short supply this year. I highly recommend this product. I wish we had Gulp when I worked on charter boats.
Date published: 2014-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My favorite bait. Hello fello anglers, I use the Berkley Swimming Mullet on a Road Runner Jig and I clobber Largemouth & Smallmouth Bass, Trout, Perch and Crappies. This bait goes perfect with the Road Runner Jig and it catches everything! It is a great slow fishing technique that catches Bass very well. I try other techniques, but my it's my absolute favorite. When the fishing is tough, put on a Road Runner and a Berkley Swimming Mullet and fish it slow. Also fish it right up to the very edge or in the brush. Never bypass a tree standing in the water. My biggest Largemouths have been right by the trees. Good luck out there! And don't forget your jigs and Berkley Swimming Mullets!
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Out Fishes All Other Baits I have been fishing Gulp Swimming Mullets since they were introduced to the market and will continue fishing them. The only reason this bait did not receive 5 stars is because I find myself using an entire pack of 6/7 swimming mullets every time I go out fishing. The tail on this bait is very easily pulled or torn off by aggressive fish and once this bait losses its tail it becomes unworkable and needs to be thrown away. Berkley please fix this problem!
Date published: 2014-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Catches almost everything I've been using the 4" Gulp Swimming Mullets for years, primarily for kayak fishing inshore saltwater creeks in NE Florida. I fish with lures only, and 95% of the time I use Gulps. I carry Black and Pearl White on my kayak. No fancy colors. They're either going to hit a dark lure, or a light colored lure. I regularly catch redfish, flounder, spotted sea trout, and black drum with the Gulps. The only cons are that they are a little messy, and the tails get bitten off easily, but they work so well it's worth it. I keep mine in a small, leakproof tupperware container.
Date published: 2012-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gulp Swimming Mullets Works I had been waiting for a Gulp bait that had plenty of action for drift fishing for fluke. The 4" swimming mullet has a tail that provides movement and gets bites. I have had great success with the yellow, pink and white swimming mullet and caught more fluke limits this year than any other year since there were limits. On a given day one of the colors will work better than others. I had particularly good results power drifting (1 - 2 mph) on the flats with a spinner rig and the mullet. (We used this technique on Barnegat Bay when I worked on charter boats in the 60s but with minnows.)
Date published: 2013-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Swimming Mullet is the Best Artificial Saltwater Bait My first time using the swimming mullet got into a school of white trout and small specks. Fishing right next to other people using cut bait, sparkle beetles, and artificial cocahoe minnows I was catching them every throw while the other fisherman wasn't catching nothing on artificial lures of the same color. White and Chautreuse seem to be the best color where i fish. Swimming mullet is also great for flounder as well, draggging it slowly on the bottom. It is my favorite saltwater bait and is well worth the money. I have found Dicks has the best price in town.
Date published: 2013-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Need better container I bought pints of several different colors. Did very well on Fluke and Croaker. My soft tackle bag was soaked. Container leaks no matter how hard I tightened. Container detracts from a great product.
Date published: 2016-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great bait... i use these a lot, one thing i have been seeing they are getting softer at least in the tail....they don't last as long as they used too and i think that the fluke in NJ are getting used to them....i have a lot of fish hitting then letting go real quick...they seem to not hold on an swallow like they did years ago..real hard to get a jighead through the body so you would think the tail would hold up better ..but thats just me..be safe an good fishing
Date published: 2018-06-22
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