Im just wondering what type of Gulp usually has the best perfermance for kingfish and others... I'm also aware the Blue-fish should be making there way into the jersey waters! How much longer til they start coming in and what bait is usually best for them?
Although I have been reading this board for sometime now, I finally registered. The wisdom and information I have gained from this group is better than any book or magazine I have read.
I have come into a number of packages of saltwater Gulp baits including: 5" squid, 4" shrimp, 2" peeler...
i know its late but hey better late then never...Fished from about 2 until 10pm, Slack low, incoming, high tides...started off for flounder but the little blues were too thick, couldn't even get a decent strip to the bottom... started throwing little jigs, and started catching baby jacks 4-10"...
I fish tidal creeks with oyster beds for reds . I find the 3" gulp shrimp to work great on a Carolina rig with the hook exposed. My problem is that I hang up on the oyster beds. Do any of you rig weedless? If so what hook do you use. Has anyone tried the weedless hooks with weights on the shank...
I've tried the Shrimp tails in varied rigs, but just don't seem to get any bites. They've got em in bloodworm, peelers, squid, clam, etc. Are these comparable to "fishbites" brand? I see they also makes "strips" like fishbites.
I was trying to figure out if its worth buying different types of fishbites? I got a pack of FBBW but I'm thinking I might do better with the squid kind for croakers and FBBW for spot? Does the kind of FB even matter that much?
Has anyone had any luck with these this year.
Few years ago i killed the kingfish with the Berkley bloodworm but haven't landed a thing.
Also tried the clam, but havent heard from a single person that said it worked.
all the reviews i read come from other parts of the country. just wondering...
I know there's been a LOT of conversation on Gulp. However, hoping we can consolidate it, because there seems to be a lot of questions on it frequently. Definitely would appreciate your contribution.
1) How long have you used Gulp?
2) What type do you use?
3) What kind of success do you have...