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Hyper-Umbrella Trolling Rig

   

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2 oz.

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HU-2
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 282012

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6 oz.

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HU6
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Great for trolling. Deadly trolling rig for stripers, white bass, salmon, lake trout and many others. The triangle design matches the shape of a school of baitfish. Fold-up design allows for easy storage. (Baits not included.) Each arm measures 9''.

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awsome works great especially from a kayak & won't tangle. March 12, 2011
Best U,RIG for the money Best rig ive used EVER,,,,,,,,TOUGH,,FLEXIBLE,,Foldable. The best 3 arm rig made! January 13, 2011
Hyper-Umbrella Trolling Rig This is the first trolling rig I have ever used. It is very easy to use and works great when trolling for striper. September 2, 2010
Hyper umbrella rig works! I tried the umbrella rig rigged with swim soft shads teasers, trailed with a 5.5 inch 'sweet cheeks' shad. Trolled on Smith Lake in North Alabama and caught five stripers 12-20 lb range in one day, middle of July. They wouldn't hit anything else we trolled but the umbrella rigs...made a believer out of me. We lost some rigs hanging on the bottom, but ordered more after returning from trip. With the 2 oz. rig, it drops about 10 ft in depth for every 100 ft of line out off the reel at 3.3mph trolling speed. July 11, 2006
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The weight is molded on the wire. I have modified these to have no weight. To add weight would be possible but not necessarily easy. There is a 6oz version that you could reduce as well.
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What bait produces the most action when using the Hyper-Umbrella Trolling Rig for hybrid stripers?
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This question as an array of variable answers.

Typically tend to feed and many depths depending on the season...time of day...weather..e.tc. When you troll umbrella rigs you should stay around boat speed of 1.5-2.5 knots....this is variable because of current speed. The more weight on the rigs and more line out on your reel the deeper the bait goes. The less weight on your rigs and the less line out on your reels the shallower you rig runs.

1/2 oz to 1 oz bucktail jigs with 3-4" swimbaits attached - on a 2oz umbrella rig should cover many depths for you to start off with. Green Chartreuse, yellow chartreuse, white are good striped bass colors to start with.
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Have not used the Sabiki Rig for trolling, just casting and drop down, jigging up and down
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Length varies from 12 inches to 5 inches
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Do the leads get tangled easily?
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This is not a Sabiki Rig. This is an Umbrella Rig. Two very different rigs.

If the 3 outside leaders are the same length and have around the same weight of baits you should be fine.
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There are six hooks in a rig. No bait is used.
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No I don't beleave so It seemed to work just fine when I lost one of four baits.
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There are various ways to rig this item.

*** Please keep in mind some states limit a certain number of hooks per rod. Please check your state regulations because the fine is hefty.

*** The Umbrella rig should be balanced however you set it up. After you set it up hold it from the top with the jigs and teasers hanging below to see if all arms are balanced. If they are not balanced you will most likely get tangled frequently while dragging these behind the boat.

1. you can put teasers (without hooks just plastic, feathers or spoons on swivels) on all 6 arm loops and use the center and the loaded jig. (6 teasers) (1 hook)

2. You can put loaded jigs on the end of each arm and use the arm center loops for teasers as well as the center swivel. (4 teasers) (3 hooks)

3. You can put loaded jigs on the end of each arm as well as the center and use he arm center loops for teasers. (3 teasers) (4 hooks)

*The more teasers you use the more it resembles a school of bait.

*Use a good heavy duty swivel to connect the umbrella rig to your 25lb+ line. This rig will often spin in the water.

*Teasers can be connected to the loops using a regular swivel and a small split ring.

*Length of leaders will vary from 8"-16" just make sure everything balances. I usually use longer leaders in clear water.

I hope this helps...good luck!
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Yes, they all need baited or the rig will not pull correctly. With a little use and understanding it's rare that the baits become tangled while fishing.
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