YUM® YUMbrella™ Rig
- Five-arm castable umbrella rig
- Simulates a school of baitfish
- 7" Super wire for strength and flexibility
- Built-in rattle chamber
- High-strength 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 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by poom amazing This product works very well and catches fish by the thousands. I especially like the way you can cast this rig. If you set your baitcaster just right you can throw this rig for miles. I also love the way this thing swims. Beautiful action with the right swimbaits on it. The only disadvantage is that when you cast this rig it sometimes gets tangled with all the wires and swivels and hooks. But otherwise a great rig. June 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rich311 Works Like a Charm I bought this 2 weeks ago just to give it a try. To my suprise it worked amazingly. In a span of 4 days I caught 2 bass over 10lbs and one over 9lbs (i have pictures to prove). I also got a couple doubles and a bunch in the 3-4lb range. For me it went from being a novelty to a go to lure. Hopefully the big fish will keep on coming. May 24, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by troutman217 Good bait! I wanted to get a umbrella rig because all the pros use it and blah-blah-blah. So the other day I found this at my local tackle shop. I got this one because it is $10 cheaper than anything else. I rigged it with the jigheads the store sold and a rainbow trout color berkley powerbait swimbait. Can't say that it has good action because it doesn't, it relies on the swimbaits, so I recommend that you get a swimbait with good action. I haven't gone fishing with it yet, but I tested it out at my test pond and besides getting a bunch of weeds like every other lure I fish in there it worked fine. I think it works as good as any other A-rig, and that is why I give this 5 stars. I will say that even with three swimbaits on it is alot of weight to cast. So I also reccomend a flippin stick and that it is rigged weightless, as, without the swimbait on it weighed 1 and 1/2 ounces with a 3/8 ounce jighead. I both hope that I catch fish with it and that you do too. March 11, 2012
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A:Zoom swimmin super flukes
A:Reel it faster but not to fast that you are burnin it just above the snags
Details:obviusly the yumbrella rig has both popularity and versatility. I just wanted to know if it can be in the arsenile of a walleye angler.
A:Definitely. Bounce off the bottom or slow-roll along weed lines or drop offs.
Details:Can this rig hold up to a 20 lb saltwater striper?
A:Sure with a good drag on your reel
A:I've caught 10 pound stripers on this rig!!!!
Details:Ga game laws restrict a non commercial fisherman to two hooks in the water . However : I've had up to 12 in water when crappie fishing and have the game warden wave at me when passing . Any ideas about 5 on ONE line ?
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A:I will say that you should obay the laws, but if you have 12, then you could definitely have 5. Still you should always follow the rules, and you don't have to have all 5, I only have three, and I think that the head on the front helps because it has no hook.