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Berkley Gulp "Minnow Grub"

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Combine a natural scent and taste, a lifelike body and fish-shaped head and curly tail for flickering and fluttering action, and you have a deadly new super bait. Berkley's new Gulp "Minnow Grub" incorporates Berkley's innovative Gulp! fish-attracting scent and a fat, soft plastic grub body to create a bait that walleye, bass and other predator fish are powerless to resist. These 2" grubs can be rigged on a jighead, used for tipping off a live bait or drop-shotted. Part of the new line of Gulp! baits, the Minnow Grub's creation is the result of over two decades of research by scientists at Berkley and field-testing by the top anglers in the world. Similar in texture, appearance and scent to real bait, Gulp! baits also possess the color advantages, shape and action of soft plastics. Gulp! baits use water-soluble, natural ingredients that release over 400 times the amount of fish-attracting scent of standard plastic baits. The scent trail is so intense that fish cannot resist it.

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