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Product DescriptionA perfect solution for anglers who need variety. The Gulp! Alive! 3" Minnow Assortment from Berkley is ideal for most fishing locations. The assortment features 3" minnows in multiple shapes and colors that attract both saltwater and freshwater species.
Warranty: 1 year limited
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Q:is the 3 inch minnow for smallmouth,blugillAsked on 5/29/2009 by Anonymous
A:It will all depend on what the fish are biting that day. It is a good bait.Answered on 6/3/2009 by Tech from Gander Mtn
A:Works great with bluegill,crappie and largemouth. Hav not tried it on smallmouth yet.Answered on 2/20/2010 by shish-k-bob from oklahoma
Q:hjow do you rig and fish that productAsked on 12/26/2008 by mongo from nn va
A:That would depend on the type fish you were pursuing as well as the water and environment you were located. Berkley's Minnow Assortment is designed to meet as many of these needs as possible. For any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at 1-888-5GANDER.Answered on 1/5/2009 by Charlie @ Gander Tech from Greenville, NC
A:For crappie, rig the two hook set with the leaders already tied. (comes two rigs per pack. Just put the
minnow on each hook and a float about 2 1/2 or 3 inch above the swivel that you tie the crappie rig to
and drift in boat or throw out and retrieve slowly. Watch for a bump on your float and quit retrieving
bait. The crappie will take float under and let the line go tight and set the hook easy. Crappie have
very tender mouths and if you set the hook to hard you will tear the hook out. For Walleye a single
hook with the minnow on and enough weight to take it to the bottom and jig the minnow off the bottom. Mostly in deep water. Good luck. BobAnswered on 4/14/2013 by elk hunter from colorado springs co
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