Here's what I did at PK and Texoma back when the water was clear and you could still have success with lures. I put two heavy 3/4 oz or bigger jigs above a deep running crank bait. Bomber fat free shad seems to work best. This rig will begin to hang up at 20 feet. At PK in 2014 I could get stripers to come up and take this when they were lounging in 40 feet of water. You will need to rig this using a barrel swivel and 40-50 LB fluorocarbon leader or your line will break if you get more than one striper on. I've had them break 30 LB test mono, as there's no drag between those jigs.
I've used umbrella rigs and they work. Expensive when they get caught in a tree.
Worked well for stripers until the big rains. Too much bait now
You can catch three small stripers or sandbass but big stripers will break off
I have abandoned lures in favor of live bait this year. Bought a greyline bait tank. Once you have live shad, catching stripers is just a matter of finding them.