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YUM® Yumbrella® Flash Mob Junior with Willow Blades

   

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Tennessee Special

5-3/4"

7/16 oz.

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  • Big flashy profile in a small package
  • Downsized, 5-wire Yumbrella rig with 4 blades
  • Stainless steel wire and durable connections
  • Mimics a small school of baitfish
Bass and stripers often feed on big baitfish, but sometimes a smaller offering gets more attention. The Yumbrella Flash Mob Junior is a multi-lure rig that's smaller than the full-size rigs used with great success by many anglers in summer and winter. Flash Mob Junior is most effective after the baitfish spawns, when big, bulky rigs get ignored. Not only is this lure smaller but it's equipped with 4 flashing blades. Flash Mob Junior is a 5-wire, downsized Yumbrella rig with 4 spinning blades positioned midway down its outer arms.

Light enough to be fished on any equipment, this lure is effective on largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass, crappie, white bass, stripers and just about any other predator fish. Rigged with curly-tail grubs or other, smaller lures.

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 4.5 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The best a rig on the market Have increased my tournament carbs 100% the flash mob jr is the perfect rig for any lake. April 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by catches fish catches fish when nothing else will --get one and you will be the hero of your fishing buddies March 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by One of the better ones If the fish are in a feeding mode, this is the tool for you. Easy to cast, easy to retrieve, a great buy for the money. March 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Purchase I need to experiment more with the size of the swim baits I was using due to the short strikes I was getting but the lure works great. Really looks good coming throught the water. Will be the lure of choice on the next fishing trip. December 18, 2013
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20 lb. p line fluorocarbon
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I used 6# line with small bait on it and it worked well. I would think 6 -12# would be Ideal. There is no recommendations on the package but may be on the on line site. I haven't checked
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Even tho this is a smaller rig, with all the grubs on its still some what heavy. I felt the best using 17 lb. mono with my 7' Med/Hvy rod (spinning)
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I use 10 lbs test
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I use a 65# braid when throwing this bait. This line with a heavy rod works great.
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Just remove 2 lures, it runs the same
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you can put spinners without hooks or even a sassy shad/ swimbait without a hook. these things crush so many fish, catching 3 out of every 5 aint so bad!
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you can either get a barral swivel with split rings and attach a willow leaf on the end of the un-hooked arms, or use a hitchhiker to attach 2 more baitfish.
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