Berkley Gulp! Hellgramite

4 Reviews
$5.99
Item No.: F10873

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The Berkley Gulp! Hellgramite perfectly mimics the larval stage of the Dobsonfly, known as the Hellgramite. These aquatic insects are an important food source to many river and stream gamefish including walleye, bass, trout, and panfish. Through technology exclusive to Berkley, Gulp! releases scent 400X more than regular plastic baits.


  • Gulp! is 100 percent biodegradable
  • Qty. per pack: 12

The Berkley Gulp! Hellgramite is made in the U.S.A.


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6/13/2011 12:00:00 am

Awesome bass bait!

by Stewie -

Fished on a 1/8 or 1/4 ounce jig head and gently finessed/jigged across rocky bottoms, boulders, rip rap and fallen trees on a fluorocarbon line. This bait is a sure thing for 5 "keepers" in the live well before you cull. Keep one rigged on a light spinning outfit and use it well!

4/16/2020 7:18 am

Good as the real deal !

by RCD

Fish theses in our farm pond for pumpkin seeds and bluegills they just tear them up. Multiple fish on a single bait. Can be fished with a weight or on a single hook below a float.

6/7/2020 8:56 pm

Great bait

by Robert

Results almost instantly first time out. I'll be back for more when these are gone!

8/30/2020 1:26 am

Smallies love Gulp Hellgrammites

by Joe D.

I like to fish the black hellgrammites on a fish finder rig with a circle hook size 6 for smallmouth in particular in rivers. The smallies in running water under a dam will snap these up like addicts in the middle of a hot summer day At noon when nothing else will work. I just place the hook in the head of gulp hellgrammites and they will hit...let them take the bait...taking out the line...then just reel in the bait and the circle hook lodges in the side of fish’s mouth virtually all the time. Don’t set the hook...just reel it in...no gut hooking. I like the Nikko’s hellgrammite better for casting and retrieving with jigs...They stay on better and float giving one some added flexibility depending on circumstances...I would buy both Nikkos and gulp. I was put onto hellgrammites by an angler using the real ones...I bought the black gulp ones and they worked just as well bait fishing.