Berkley Gulp! Alive! Floating Salmon Eggs

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$5.95
Item No.: F10870
4 available colors
Arctic Pink
2 oz.SKU: 117364
Stock: 10
$5.95
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Fluorescent Orange
2 oz.SKU: 104782
Stock: 10+
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Fluorescent White
2 oz.SKU: 104783
Stock: 10+
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Fluorescent Yellow
2 oz.SKU: 104784
Stock: 10+
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Product Details

Product Details

Berkley Gulp! Alive! Floating Salmon Eggs imitate the real thing and are perfect for stream trout and steelhead. Since these eggs float, they allow for easy drifting just off the bottom of the stream bed. Use this bait with a #10 egg hook or smaller for optimal flotation. Now packaged in the "Magic Gravy," this enables you to recharge your baits by putting them right back in the jar. The new Gulp! Alive! baits absorb 20% more Gulp! scent and attractant, making them at least 20% more effective than the 1st generation baits. They also have a 34% better swimming action than original Gulp! More attractant, better action, better results than ever before!


  • Imitates real salmon eggs
  • Popular trout bait now supercharged with Gulp! Alive!
  • 400X more scent dispersion
  • Use a #10 egg hook or smaller for optimal flotation

Berkley Gulp! Alive! Floating Salmon Eggs are made in the U.S.A.


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Ratings & Reviews

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great bait for windy day

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I like to use this on windy day . It will stay on your hook.

These eggs are even better then the plai

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Wish you made them in pink and red, although I just poured some of the juice on the other eggs and they worked great

Irresistible to trout, but doesn't stay on the hook

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As far as bite factor, Gulp! Alive! eggs deliver. Tried these on the local reservoir on a dropshot and slayed the rainbows. Kept losing the Gulp! eggs, but the brine that comes with the eggs are good for pretty much anything. Used the brine on some old power eggs I had in the tacklebox. They stayed on the hook longer and brought the fish in. All around a good bait.