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Gulp Alive Minnows and Leeches

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Just saw these at Scheels tonight and wanted to know if anybody had tried them yet. They were packed in a jar with Water so they looked like they would be good for Canada. They were kinda pricey though 19.99 for the small jar and 39.99 for the large jar. If you have tried em let us know how they worked out.

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Have used Gulp crawlers and Gulp leeches with good success. It seems to me the pumpkin seed crawlers out of the bags are better. Have caught bigger fish using artificial rather than live bait. Also prefer the Gulp Smelt in bags rather than bait sold in jars. Good luck fishing!!!

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I paid $15.00 for a half a pound of live leeches and half of them were the brown ones that the Walleye's wouldn't touch. So I guess that 19.99 for the color that you want and never having to worry about them dying is a great deal.

Good luck,

Corey Bechtold

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