Berkley Gulp Sinking Minnow 5" 10pk
Berkley Gulp! Sinking Minnows are a soft stick bait, Senko style lure that features a fish-shaped head. These baits are relatively stiff when they come out of the package but loosen up considerably after a few casts. The Sinking Minnows are not as heavy as the original Senko so they have a different fall rate and action.
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Comments: The Sinking Minnow works pretty good. I highly recommend putting them in a good ziplock freezer bag after opening. These baits can dry out in the factory bag and become stiff losing their action.
From: JD: USA 7/2/15
Comments: Suprised by all the negative comments...these are my go-to for a wacky rig. Like most baits they will tear easy when wacky rigged so I use the O rings. Great bait, work better than senkos for me. Worth $6 to try 'em.
From: Keith: Winchester, VA
Comments: Regardless of the other bad reviews, these are the best stick worms for wacky rigs I have ever used. They have just as much action as a senko but leave a scent trail like no other. I seem to catch lots of bass and bigger bass anytime I use these.
From: Jesse: WV
Comments: Garbage...These baits have no action what so ever. Its like fishig with a stick. Personaly dont think they are orth the money.
From: Jared: Ventura, CA
Comments: Texas rigged this bait is very productive. The attractant seems to does the trick along with a profile the bass love (Pumpkinseed). It has caught me dozens of 2-4lb bass and the lunkers love them too. Only down side is Gulp needs to figure out a way keep them from ripping so easily. Urge you to toss this bait where ever bass are.
From: Nick: Round Lake, IL
Comments: Zero action when rigged whacky. The Gulp material just isn't supple enough for a bait like this. Pretty much useless. I wouldn't even waste a single cast with one of these so I just tossed out the pack I had.
From: Gilbert: Ontario, Canada
Comments: The green pumpkin is my go to bait at all times of the year. I have better luck with this bait when it is used wacky rigged. The down side to this bait is that it falls apart very easally but they work.
From: Ben Dover: IN