YUM® YUMbrella™ Double Up™ Rig
- Use to throw two lures at once
- Mix and match lures to maximize your catch
- Heat-treated, stainless steel super wire
- Premium snaps and swivels
NOTE: Check your State's Fishing & Game regulations before using an umbrella rig. Some have restrictions on the number of hooks or baits per line.
Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by LTNW works ok These work fine with my spinning rods but not so great with my casting outfits. They aren't quite wide enough for the casting reels to go all the way down. They are fairly lite weight and will work fine for trout and kokanee but not sure how they will hold up for bigger fish. August 6, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Dewz Not much luck I was at BPS and this was on sale, on a whim I bought one. I've used it few times with a pair of lucky strike swimming minnows on Road Runners without any luck. It seems I have better luck fishing a single setup then using this tandum rig. Other then not being able to catch fish it seems to works fine, same swimming action on the lures and there's really no reason fish should ignore it but they do, just does't produce for me. Maybe my guilt feelings about using a double rig were sending off bad vibes, I've always felt it's more sporting to go mono e mono when using lures, lol. July 17, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by BAMAfisher34 makes floating lures sink this rig does not work with topwaters. It makes them sink. it may work well with crankbaits but it might make them sink as well. the weight of the might make this happen. because of it sinking i loast 18 dollar worth of lures which were two rapala x raps. July 16, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by varmintmillitia it works but its not perfect When used with cranks or poppers the front trebles get hung up on the wire on almost every cast. When used with tubes or grubs it feels really weird and I could not force myself to keep fishing it. It does work wonderfully with swimbaits that have exposed hooks and lead heads when just cast and retreived, although even using weighted swimbait hooks you do not ever want to fish it in the grass. You will bring home a lot of salad. It is also very pricey for no more than it is, cheaper to modify an old bottom bouncer. July 12, 2012
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