Want to catch more fish with Berkley Gulp Shrimp?
A bit (but often overlooked) part of getting strikes with Gulp baits is properly retrieving the Berkley Gulp Shrimp the right way.
So many anglers tend to forget about the importance of the jig retrieve. It's one thing to find where the fish are, but if you don't have your soft plastic lure (like this Berkley Gulp Shrimp) rigged correctly, or if you don't do a proper jig retrieve, you might as well just sit on the shore and read a book...
I've seen too many anglers miss nice inshore fish (like snook, redfish, trout, and flounder) with Berkley Gulp Shrimp due to those two issues (hooked incorrectly and bad retrieve).
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In this video in particular, we will focus on how to properly retrieve a Berkley Gulp Shrimp.
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I have found over years of catching fish with Berkley Gulp Shrimp that the two tap retrieve method is the best. Check out what I mean in the video.
Do you have a special way that you like to retrieve Gulp Shrimp?
Let me know in the comments.
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