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Red Gill Original - Rascal 115mm

9 reviews
$7.49
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Rig as a teaser ahead of your plug. Very effective when thin bait is present; especially sand eels. You will be surprised how many bass hit this teaser! It can also be cast with the assistance of a casting egg.

  • 4.5" length
  • 3 lures per pack,
  • includes three size 2/0 Sakuma Manta hooks

SWE's How to Fish a Red Gill Teaser

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DZ
11/20/2021
Dennis Z.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Redgill Rascal is almost automatic

There are very few “absolute’s” in striped bass surfcasting, the Redgill Rascal in black is one of them.

JD
11/15/2021
Joseph D.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Red Gill

So far the Red Gill has been very effective with catching Shad. Not yet sure about Stripers because we have been having a slow season. Sincerely, Joe Dempsey

RM
09/22/2021
Richard M.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Red Gill Redux

Think of the many "non-traditional" ways you could use a tough sand eel imitator: dbl droppers 2' & 4' above a bucktail jigged on wire; umbrella rig; tuna daisy chain; 3-way dropper, etc.

SR
09/14/2021
Stephen R.
United States United States
I recommend this product

The OG

Redgills are a "must have" teaser that deserves a spot in your bag!

JJ
05/21/2021
JOHN J.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Grateful to find them

Last year I had pretty good luck with them and wanted to stock up. Red Gils were nowhere to be found. I was surprised when SE had them so I replenished my supply. I can’t say that I’ve caught fish with them yet this year, but I love the way they move on the retrieve. Methinks it’s only a matter of time.