Gulp Lures

I’m not usually a big fan of fishing lures, but I do like to keep a packet of “Gulp” handy in my tackle box. These are a soft plastic lure that’s impregnated with a fish scent. They look quite realistic.

A quick word of advice, mind you – although Gulp lures come in a resealable zip-lock bag, I’ve found that they still dry out easily. Once they’ve dried out, it doesn’t seem to matter how long you soak them in water, they will be solid as wood and you won’t be able to get a hook through them. In future I’ll be buying a few smaller packets to have on hand.

I can still unhesitatingly recommend keeping a pack of Gulp lures handy because they are the next best thing to real bait – and if you’re anything like me, you never know what time of day or night or how far from civilisation you might find yourself the next time you get the urge to cast a line in.

3 Responses to Gulp Lures

  1. Nikki says:

    Your post was very informative thank you for that

    • Cory says:

      Outstanding post but I was wanting to know if you could write a litte more on this subject?
      I’d be very thankful if you could elaborate a little bit more. Kudos!

  2. The Bloke says:

    Thanks Nikki and Cory. I will soon be writing a post specifically about lures of all varieties. In the meantime though I’ll be moving house, so there mightn’t be any updates for a couple of weeks.

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