Yes. Gulp lures will work in salt or fresh waters.
Minnows are excellent bait for many fish species.
Yes, in the northeast (USA) they are known by the name "killies" and are the best bait for fluke fishing.
Something you put on the hook to bring in the fish. (night crawlers, minnows....)
For freshwater, use shad, shiners, blueback herring. Saltwater baitfish include mullet, ballyhoo, popeye minnows, cigar minnows.
Live minnows work best, but many are taken on the various type of jigs, made for this species, that imitate minnows.
For largemouth bass, lures or shiners..Large minnows also catch gar and catfish.
While live (suckers, minnows, leeches, maggots, worms, grubs) or dead bait (suckers and minnows) tend to be moresuccessfulartificialbaits are very effective as well. Many have scent added to them to make them more attractive to fish. An added advantage is that they are easier to manage while fishing than live bait.
gulp alive is the bait inside live bait?
"Minnowis a general term used to refer to small freshwater and saltwater fish, especially those used as bait fish or for fishing bait. More specifically, it refers to small freshwater fish of the carp family."Please see the full description from the related links below.
whenever i go fishing i like to use tiny bits of hot dogs.
Live or cut bait fish native to the water, artiffical lures (plugs or soft baits) that imitates bait fish.
The general goto bait for basic fishing is worms. They catch the most species of fish.