Dave it was nice meeting you and your partner today.Originally posted by Guatemala Dave:
The GULP definately works, do not confuse the Gupl Baits with Power Baits. They even just came out with a clam in 2", 3" and 4". I've got them all in stock and there is a really worthwhile rebate that will get you $5 back for every $10 you spend.
For you die hard live bait guys I do have plenty of live bloodworms in stock and I just got a load of fresh surf clams. I'll be open every day from 7 am to 5 pm.
Didn't use them much for bass, I usually plug for them. Did use them alot for weaks, which I think are more bait sensitive. They worked great. Tipped bucktails with them mostly. I'm not one for just cast it out and let it sit fishing. Shrimp and cut bait also out produced bait in the summer for fluke.Originally posted by roadkill:
Gulp bloodworms did great for flounder last year and we will expand our use to other species this year. So far only think Gulp is effective for bottom fishing, not stripers. Any other opinions out there?
I was reading the packs on them and one said for best results it should be used above..I forget waht degrees the other said nothing can you quote me on this which is which?ThanksOriginally posted by Bob ECT:
I think the gulps and fishbites work just as good as the real thing. Gulps have more life like action and look. Fishbites are easier to care for and store.