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New Nemesis Berkley Gulps

Post by Matt Flynn » Mon Aug 19, 2013 10:36 am

Press Release from Berkley
GULP! 6.5 INCH NEMESIS COLOUR EXTENSION

Combine the fish catching profile of a Jerkshad and the enticing tail action of a grub and you get the new Gulp Nemesis.
Proven on the water on a host of species from Snapper to big Fingermark.
The Nemesis gets 4 new colours: Glitter Pink, Red Green Sparkle, Sapphire Shine and Curried Chicken.
100% biodegradable and made of
100% natural ingredients.
Releases 400 times more scent than plastic baits.
Available in a huge range of shapes and sizes.
Proven effective on many Australian species.
For more information visit Berkley-fishing.com.au.
RRP $9.95
Available Sept 2013
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Re: New Nemesis Berkley Gulps

Post by stormboy » Mon Aug 19, 2013 10:57 am

Not a bad price either

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Re: New Nemesis Berkley Gulps

Post by Rhet » Mon Aug 19, 2013 11:25 am

stormboy wrote:Not a bad price either
Depending on how many are in a packet!

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Re: New Nemesis Berkley Gulps

Post by stormboy » Mon Aug 19, 2013 11:41 am

Rhet wrote:
stormboy wrote:Not a bad price either
Depending on how many are in a packet!
Depends on where you're fishing too

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Re: New Nemesis Berkley Gulps

Post by Rhet » Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:06 pm

Not sure what you're referring to mate, but I was meaning if there are 10 in a packet........that could be considered as representing better value (or a better price) than if there were 2 in a packet.

I can only gather that you mean if you need to purchase these in a remote location or such, (if they where your go-to lure) for $9.95 that's a good price no matter how many are in a pack? So you might be looking at the perceived value?

Anyway, back on topic........I'll be looking forward to giving these a try when they're available.

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Re: New Nemesis Berkley Gulps

Post by stormboy » Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:16 pm

I was meaning which species you are targeting, toothy critters can be expensive exercise or not so toothy could be good. 7 inch have 4, so 6.5 might have 6 maybe? Still better than $13.95 for a pack of 7 inch jerk shads. Bcf have them for $6 a packet at the moment FYI.

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Re: New Nemesis Berkley Gulps

Post by sarrge » Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:59 pm

stormboy wrote:....... Bcf have them for $6 a packet at the moment FYI.
BCF have something in stock? :shock:
I used to have a handle on life.......then it broke.

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Re: New Nemesis Berkley Gulps

Post by stormboy » Mon Aug 19, 2013 1:18 pm

sarrge wrote:
stormboy wrote:....... Bcf have them for $6 a packet at the moment FYI.
BCF have something in stock? :shock:
Haha I'm hearing ya

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Re: New Nemesis Berkley Gulps

Post by AJay » Mon Aug 19, 2013 5:18 pm

These are already for sale and are ok, i prefer jerk shad though

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Re: New Nemesis Berkley Gulps

Post by Lats » Mon Aug 19, 2013 6:11 pm

Yeah, I believe this is an extension to the colour range. I used them a few months back out at South Gutter and the sharks loved them. Been meaning to get them into some better fish one day soon. From memory I think the same amount in a packet as the other gulps

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Re: New Nemesis Berkley Gulps

Post by Agent86 » Wed Aug 21, 2013 9:53 am

yep, they get chewed up pretty easy by most reef species, don't generally get too many drops with the 1.
If there is water and it holds fish, then it is fun trying to fool them into eating what you offer!!

Especially when you can see them!

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