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What is the best type of rubber bait - Yum!, Gulp!, Powerbait, or Gary Yamamoto?

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  • What is the best type of rubber bait - Yum!, Gulp!, Powerbait, or Gary Yamamoto?

    What is the best type of rubber bait - Yum!, Gulp!, Powerbait, or Gary Yamamoto?

  • #2
    Have had the best results with powerbait and gulp

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    • #3
      POWER BAIT IS WITHOUT A DOUBT THE BEST. MY RATING ON THESE WOULD BE:

      1) POWER BAIT
      2)GARY YAMAMOTO
      3) YUM
      4) GULP

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      • #4
        Gulp catches all species had a lot of succes with the minnow zoom is great for smallmouth the fluke and lizard

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        • #5
          I use GULP the most.In these parts most other brands are hard to find.

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          • #6
            I use gulp with a lot of success here in WI I like the gulp alive for bass and other fish like that and use the gulp twister tails for walleye. another brand I like to use for walleye is Mister Twister exude, it's the same concept as gulp but is a longer tail and narrower body.

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            • #7
              Gulp is at the top of my list. However, don't buy them too far ahead of time- they don't last, even in the bag. The tails start to deform and not swim as well after they have been in the bag for a while.

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              • #8
                i've had success with all but the yamamoto baits. especially for the price they go for.it really depends on what you are fishing for and the time of year or how you fish them. you are going to sell yourself short if you don't try them all and experiment with different sizes and conditions. fish get conditioned to different baits and you may find the one noone else is using.

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                • #9
                  I'd have to say Strike King, Zoom and power bait as top rubber baits. Gulp would have to be in another class of bait since it's not pvc and it's water based rather than oil based.

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                  • #10
                    Well if you don't have a budget then Gulp and Yum are the best quality. But if you are a little tight on money then Zoom is a good, cheap, effective bait.

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                    • #11
                      Well if you don't have a budget then Gulp and Yum are the best quality. But if you are a little tight on money then Zoom is a good, cheap, effective bait.

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                      • #12
                        GULP

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                        • #13
                          1)GULP! 2)Powerbait 3)YUM

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                          • #14
                            Depends, they all make outstanding baits for different situations; it would be foolish to use just one brand. Even the pros don’t use a single brand even if they are sponsored by them. GULP! Minnows are great on a dropshot. Yum Craw Papi are my favorite craw and very good Texas rigged or as a trailer. Yamamoto Senkos are the best Senkos out there and are really good in a lot of presentations (pricey though). And, Powerbait’s 6 and 10 inch worms are very consistent fish catchers. If I had to pick just one brand I would pick Yum because they have a very diverse line of baits.

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