Red Gill Evolution 115mm - 4g - Pack Qty 4
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As time went by, angling fashioned changed and Redgills became less used. In the last few years there has been something of a revolution with the use of soft plastics in sea fishing. Various shads and sand eel imitations became very popular and effective. The key advantage that these lures brought was inbuilt lead, making the lure heavier and therefore they 'fished' closer to the bottom; putting them in the feeding zone of cod and bass. Redgill lures had been left behind.
When Redgill launched their Redgill Evolution lure, I was keen to give them a try.
At first glance, they look very similar to the original lures,except that the lure now has the hook protruding from the top. The original Redgill lures had the hook on the underside.The hook is 'inbuilt' as opposed to the old Redgills, were the hook could be removed. This hooking arrangement is common amongst all modern soft plastic lures. As soon as you pick up a Redgill Evolution you realise that weight has been added, but they are not too heavy.
My first fishing trip using a Redgill Evolution, was over a reef mark, known to produce bass. On the first drop, I hooked a Cod. I continued to fish and caught 13 Bass and a John Dory. All on the same lure! Many of the modern soft plastic lures would be unusable after just a few fish, as their 'softness' means that the teeth of fish like cod and bass, would ensure that the lure would be shredded. The Redgill Evolution stood up to its first 'test run' with flying colours. Some of the other sandeel imitations spin in the water, which can lead to tangles, particularly as the tide slackens.Read more ›
After a few early season Kayak trips every fish i caught was pretty much on 4" sand eels
I have used these trolled from my Kayak and had a few Bass .
I have also used them jigging on the bottom set up like a drop shot rig and had lots of Pollock,Whiting and Cod .
Quite durable and a really good action . Top Lure A++++
I used it two times, always picked up the right weather, place and time of the day. Anybody who is not successful with this, do not blame on the lures! Both attempts produced nice pollacks for me, just caught yesterday a 1.5 feet one !!
I suggest to buy two packs, cause if you found the right place, you easily will loose some between the rocks, than you'll have only 1-2 piece when you want to use it again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice looking lure, they are still in my tackle box unused yet, I`ll try them out sometime.Published 7 months ago by Turbo Tub
Red Gills never disappoint. These are good lures, best for trolling in shallow water.Published 22 months ago by Glen
These lures look but there again I am not the fish,I will be using these off the rocks in Crete next month.quality looks good.Published 24 months ago by clive
going to use them spinning for mackerel on thursday should do the job nice feel and weght to them take carePublished on 20 Jun. 2014 by malcolm campbell