Berkley Gulp! Alive! Angle Worms

Item No.: F10645
3 available colors
Red Wiggler
1 in.SKU: 103662
Stock: 10+
You are limited to the quantity in stock

Product Details

Product Details

Berkley Gulp! Alive! Angle Worms provide the look and feel of real worms without the hassle of live bait. These worms come floating in the exclusive "Magic Gravy," enabling you to recharge your baits by putting them right back in the jar. The Gulp! Alive! baits have a 34% better swimming action than original Gulp! worms. You can rig these worms in your favorite presentation and they are sure to be gobbled up by panfish.

  • Ideal for panfish, trout, and more
  • Expand your strike zone with 400x more scent dispersion
  • Absorbs 20% more Gulp! scent attractant
  • 34% better swimming action than original Gulp! bait
  • Packed in the "Magic Gravy," so you can recharge your Gulp! Alive by putting them back in the jar
  • Package Size: 2.1 oz. jar

Berkley Gulp! Alive! Angle Worms are made in the U.S.A.


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Works for me

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I use it for saltwater fishing

gulp alive the best

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use on jigheads

Best Yet

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I enjoy fishing for bass, bluegill, catfish, pike, walleye, and crappie during travels from Kentucky to Texas and into Canada. I favor live baits. The trouble with them is getting good ones when you need them and keeping them alive. These baits solve all that, store them in a compact, easily transported container and they are cheaper than live bait while producing nearly as effectively. Anything I lose by substituting the artificial bait for the live is more than made up for by using the convenience of Gulp. I am definitely continuing to use this product and dropping the live baits.

Ideal bait for fishing on the go.


I have found that the Berkeley Gulp products have consistently outperformed live bait in handling,strength and storage. The bait is so natural looking that I had panfish jumping out of the water to get the bait. If you have a bad day of fishing, it is probably because you were using the wrong bait.