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    Default Gulp in Fall/Winter?

    Does anybody use Gulp this time of the year? Didn't know how they they might work low and slow across the bottom or dead stick under a cork for trout compared to how they work in spring/summer.... any info is appreciated!

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    Gulp makes everything. Gulp shrimp would work year around.

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    Yes the other day it put all 8 Trout & 5 rat Reds in our boat.
    The largest Trout (3#) slammed a Gulp Shrimp...... ICM
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    Good to know! You just slow dragging them across bottom or how are you fishing them ICM?

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    It was warm that day we were popping them off the bottom slowly on 3/16 & 1/8 oz. jig heads. ..... ICM
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    Gulp shrimp works year-round. The colder the water is the slower I fish them.
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    Have caught many drum with a Gulp shrimp deadsticked while I'm working a different lure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theramrod View Post
    Have caught many drum with a Gulp shrimp deadsticked while I'm working a different lure.
    But not when 4 to 5 boat everyday are fishing Shrimp, fresh, frozen, new & old...... ICM

    My wife keeps saying I don't listen to her .... or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ice cream man View Post
    But not when 4 to 5 boat everyday are fishing Shrimp, fresh, frozen, new & old...... ICM
    One of the reasons I try to go where most boats wont.

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    I would better think about ice propane auger, if we talk about preparation to ice fishing. As I know, one of the most smooth in ice-breaking action is Jiffy 46 X-Treme ( like this one here ). Do you have your favorite ones? And what exact options are the most important for you, if we talk about the ice augers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by morrgan878 View Post
    I would better think about ice propane auger, if we talk about preparation to ice fishing. As I know, one of the most smooth in ice-breaking action is Jiffy 46 X-Treme ( like this one here ). Do you have your favorite ones? And what exact options are the most important for you, if we talk about the ice augers?
    Wrong thread?? You’re posting about ice augers in a thread about Gulp shrimp lol.
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