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What Umbrella Rig #13679189 08/25/20 12:02 AM
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This heat has me thinking about winter. What kind of umbrella rig do y’all use?

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Yeah Babee custom made a-rigs. With blades, without. 3 jig, 4 jig, and 5 jig. 1/2oz and 3/4oz head. The guy makes a great product.


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Smash Tech makes a good one

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Re: What Umbrella Rig [Re: Sambow] #13679879 08/25/20 04:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Sambow
This heat has me thinking about winter. What kind of umbrella rig do y’all use?


I have found that the quality of the A-Rigs I put together has a direct effect on the number of dollars I leave in the lake.
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Re: What Umbrella Rig [Re: Sambow] #13680221 08/25/20 09:06 PM
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Doesn't seem to matter what kind I get. It will get hung up on the first cast and either break apart or break off.

Re: What Umbrella Rig [Re: Sambow] #13680352 08/25/20 10:53 PM
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I bought several of the better ones with replaceable arms etc, they dont last as long as yumbrella ones. The strike king titanium one seems durable but it reels really hard so Ill never use it unless I lose break all my yumbrellas.

Re: What Umbrella Rig [Re: ReelSlow] #13680403 08/25/20 11:34 PM
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Originally Posted by ReelSlow
Originally Posted by Sambow
This heat has me thinking about winter. What kind of umbrella rig do y’all use?


I have found that the quality of the A-Rigs I put together has a direct effect on the number of dollars I leave in the lake.
realmad


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Re: What Umbrella Rig [Re: EastTexasBassin] #13680445 08/25/20 11:58 PM
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Originally Posted by EastTexasBassin
Doesn't seem to matter what kind I get. It will get hung up on the first cast and either break apart or break off.


I fish them on a 8 foot rod and watch on my live scope each cast to get the speed right and keep them at 7 feet deep or less, so I can get them back!! I have lost a few with a back lash and it hit bottom at nachoniche in the trees...

Re: What Umbrella Rig [Re: Jeff From Iowa] #13680523 08/26/20 01:12 AM
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Look up Ron @ Nekidtackle.com. He’s local, in Lewisville,Tx. and builds some great A-Rigs. Customize to your liking and affordable. I caught a bunch of fish last fall/winter on his rigs with no failures on the components used to build them.

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I throw the Yumbrella most of the time with the lighter wire hooks so I can free it when snagged. Just have to not crank on the bigger fish hard.

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I'm still a Hog Farmer fan, and I've tried several different brands. A-rigs catch big fish, and I hate to have that sinking feeling when the snap opens up under the tension of the fish pulling and you loose the jig with the fish.
It's happened too many times, but never with the Hog Farmer. Always with the Yumbrella.


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Hogfarmer finesse rig w/ 8 blades is $$$


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smashtec or hogfarmer when money is on the line, yumbrella if practicing.


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Re: What Umbrella Rig [Re: Sambow] #13681943 08/27/20 01:51 AM
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Another vote for Hog Farmer!


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