If there is anything on the market that really looks like a small baitfish, the Berkley Gulp minnow is the one. The size and shape of this soft plastic make it one that everyone who fishes in the estuaries and freshwater should have.
They are so versatile that they can be worked fast or slow. They can be used in shallow or deep water, floated down beside structure, made to float down under wharves, and skipped like a stone into snags or overhanging bushes and trees.
If you like trying to entice bream, or any other fish species that live in amongst oyster racks, then this is the one to have. You can work these minnows across the racks at high tide, but remember to do up that drag and hang on, as it only takes a blink of an eye for the fish to bust you off.