Cold Water Fishing with Gill

Cold Water Fishing with Gill

Cold Water Fishing with Gill

Let’s be honest, every angler knows that tournament weather is so unpredictable, so you must be ready at all times. Any one remember this past Cabela’s Collegiate Big Bass Bash, where we woke up to snow – talk about unexpected! For us, and many pro-anglers, Gill is a go-to necessity that can always be found in the boat or in our go-bag. It’s kind of like that American Express slogan – “Don’t leave home without it” –  that’s exactly the case with our Gill gear.

Layering is a major-key component to making it through the tournament day. It may not comfort you, but it definitely makes it easier to keep fishing in those harsh conditions. Pro-angler, Russ Lane, gives some basic layering tips using Gill.

One of our must haves is the FG25 Insulated Tournament Jacket. Now an insulated version of the best selling FG Tournament Jacket is available for the worst cold and we weather day. All the same great features of the FG21 with 100 gm2 insulation throughout the jacket for protection from the cold.

Features:

  • 100% Polyester insulation
  • 100gm2 throughout body, sleeves, and collar
  • VortexHood Technology that channels air flow through the hood and collar, expelling air pressure through dedicated collar vents making it ideal for high speed.
  • High cut thermal collar provides comfort and warmth with cushioned faceguard
  • Two-way volume adjustment for improved hood fit
  • Retractable outer cuff adjusters with PU inner seals for water-tight comfort
  • Two chest pockets with reverse coil YKK zippers
  • Two extenal D-ring attachment points
  • Deep cargo pockets with secure closure with hand warmer pockets behind
  • 2-way YKK zipper protected by double storm guard
  • Zippered internal security pocket
  • HighVisibillityReflexite reflectives
  • Fully lined with hem frainage facility
  • External waist volume adjustment
  • Adjustable shock cord hem

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