Berkley Gulp Earthworms

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zac08
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Berkley Gulp Earthworms

Post by zac08 » Fri Mar 25, 2011 12:57 am

Something I found today in my local store. Artificial earthworms, in a bottle. thumbsupsmilie

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will try them out in time. And report back on how they perform. yay

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Re: Berkley Gulp Earthworms

Post by diemai » Fri Mar 25, 2011 3:32 pm

@ zac08

Couple of years ago this stuff was thrown on the local market as well , .......I remember that it got a lot of promotion in the angling magazines , as the anglers probably had to be convinced and learn to fish it on a bait rig and not like a plastic lure on a leadhead , .....................it's still to be found in shops and catalogs today .

There are different kinds of artificial worms , grubs and maggots around , .......personally I have never tried it , and I do not do a lot of bait fishing anymore !

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Re: Berkley Gulp Earthworms

Post by anselmo » Mon Mar 28, 2011 5:45 pm

zac08 wrote:Something I found today in my local store. Artificial earthworms, in a bottle. thumbsupsmilie

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will try them out in time. And report back on how they perform. yay
these work well when wacky rigged
(though not as good as the gulp ragworms)

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Re: Berkley Gulp Earthworms

Post by zac08 » Tue Mar 29, 2011 3:09 am

Ok... will give it a go in this form of rigging...

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