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Red Gill Fishing Lures -
Don't be fooled by
imitations! There is no true substitute for the
life-like swimming action and rugged design of
the Original Red Gills. Red Gill Fishing Lures are
durable artificials that resemble slender baitfish such as small eels, sand
eels, smelts, sardines, spearing and rainfish. Cast 'em,
Jig 'em or Troll 'em! They are great as a teaser or a main lure
and they can also be rigged onto an umbrella rig. If they are not already, they will be your
secret weapon. If you want to be a new user
of the Red Gill, we know you must be frustrated waiting for product. If
you are a long time user of the Red Gill, you know timely delivery from
England has always been a problem. If you are a long time user you most
likely also know that the wait is worth it.
2-1/2" Flasher, the smallest of the Red Gills is an ideal teaser,
effectively used inshore and in back-bays for Fluke, Flounder, Weakfish,
and many other opportunistic species. Rig on a teaser above a bucktail or
any other bottom rig, dressed with a bait strip for best results.
4-1/2" Rascal has gained confidence amongst surf anglers when
fished on a teaser rig ahead of your favorite swimming plug. The
Rascal is responsible for many trophy class fish from the surf when used
in such a manner, but also proves very effective for Mackerel and
Pollack when fishing from a boat.
- The 7" Raver is an excellent Striped Bass lure and also makes
for a great teaser when wreck-fishing. The 7" Raver is most often fished
Carolina style, similar to rigging a live eel, which allows the lure to
suspend and dart upon retrieve.
8-1/4" Thresher is a popular wreck-fishing lure, and a good game fish
lure. Fisherman's Headquarters staffers have fished the Thresher on
Umbrella Rigs with very effective results for Striped Bass.
WAYS TO USE RED GILLS
with an internal
- Attached to your favorite lead head jig.
Don't be Fooled!
Only on the Original Red Gill lure will you see the spaced RED GILL name
between the "dots".