The Baby Bull Gill works exceptionally well in places where bigger fish feed on panfish, shad, or small bass. It can be a creek, pond, river, or reservoir – If panfish are on the menu, this is the bait to tie on.
Giving a smooth and steady wind allows the bait to swim 2-5 feet below the surface as it sways and ungulates freely, creating an ‘S’ motion as it swims. If you burn the Bull Gill in using a fast retrieve, the swaying swimming motion tightens up, and the bait rises to the surface. Now you’re mimicking a distressed baitfish near the surface.
No need for specialized swimbait rods with this downsized gem, the Baby Bull Gill works on medium to medium-heavy casting and spinning rods.