YUM® YUMbrella® Ultralight Tripod Money Fry Kit

   

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Chartreuse

Chartreuse

1/8 oz.

Money Fry

Model:
YUMBTL3MF303

Pearl

Pearl

1/8 oz.

Money Fry

Model:
YUMBTL3MF319
  • Three-wire Tripod head
  • Three soft plastic Money Fry
  • 1/8-oz. jigheads with size 2 hooks
  • Heat-treated stainless steel super wire
The YUM YUMbrella Ultralight Tripod Money Fry Kit comes with swimming-motion Money Fry soft plastics to create a baitschool look in a package that’s light enough to be cast on any type of equipment. This 3-wire YUMbrella Kit comes with three 2" supple soft plastic Money Fry that swim—even in super-slow motion—and are matched with durable 1/8-oz. jigheads with size 2 hooks. Heat-tempered stainless steel “super wire” is treated for strength and memory. Snaps and swivels are top-quality, too, eliminating the likelihood of mechanical failures.

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 4.4 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Thought it was bigger Be sure to read the description. I missed the dimensions. I knew it would be smaller but not that small April 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Money, well spent! Fishing was tough, tied the Yumbrella on and caught 2 fish on 1 cast. A Spotted Bass about 2 lbs. and a White Bass about 2 lbs. when fish hit the Yumbrella, hold on! April 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works great i take 3 paddle tail fluke jr's and rig them texas style and attach them to this thing and it works very well. slide a weight in front if you want to get down deeper. They cant resist it, a great alternative to huge alabama rigs. would give 5 stars if it was a dollar or two cheaper April 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by A nice choice for lighter bait This rig has the same action as the bigger 5-rig Yumbrella, but lighter in weight. Great for a light to medium rod and reel set up and a lighter pound line. Works great, I got 2 of them! March 12, 2013
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12-18 LB
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8 lb to 12lb max

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I use 12lb. mono with no problem
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50-65 pound braid
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Casting ETR66MHT withPro Qualifier reel 6.4:1 or 5.2:1 both will work.

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I use a abu garica revo SX with a abu vendetta with 12lb. mono great combo for throwing this small rig
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