Red Dead Redemption 2 Bluegill
Class Fish
Size Fish

Quick Overview

Red Dead Redemption 2 Bluegill can be fished using a bait or lure, which you can purchase from the Bait and Tackle shop. You can cook it into a meal or Mail them to Jeremy Gill for rewards.

  • Legendary Weight - 4 lbs 2 oz
  • Regular Weight - 0.5 - 2.0 lbs

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Bluegill Locations

    The best lures or bait to use when fishing for Bluegill in Red Dead 2.

    • Special Lake Lure
    • Cheese

    Regular Bluegill Locations

    • Found in Lakes, Rivers and Swamps

    RDR2 Legendary Bluegill Locations

    Legendary Bluegill are caught and sent through the mail.
    • The Legendary Bluegill is located between an island south of Clemens Point and the shore, at Flat Iron Lake (Recommended: Special Lake Lure)
    RDR2 Legendary Bluegill Locations


    • Bluegill is a small freshwater fish, often preyed upon by Muskie and bass.
    • They are quite easily caught using food baits, such as cheese.
    • Bluegill prefer open water and are found in lakes and rivers all over the country.
    • They are particularly active during rain.
    • Fishermen around Scarlett Meadows tell tales of a Legendary Bluegill.

    Locations where you can find:


    Legendary Bluegill

    • The Legendary Bluegill has been spotted by fishermen around Scarlett Meadows.
    • It is rumored that this fish can only be attracted by using Special Lake Lures.
    • Sightings of this fish have increased during rainy weather.
    • The size of this Bluegill is rumored to be over nineteen inches long and weighing around four pounds.

    Locations where you can find:


    Bluegill Cooking Recipes

    Cooking recipes you can use with this animal.

    Recipe Name Regular Thyme Type Oregano Type Mint Type

    Bluegill Materials

    The materials you will receive from hunting and skinning an Bluegill will depend on the animal quality and kill quality.

    Material Cost Kill Quality