Eco Pro Tungsten Roll Tide Rig
The Eco Pro Tungsten Roll Tide Rig is not your typical umbrella rig. Designed by FLW tour pro, Justin Lucas, the Eco Pro Tungsten Roll Tide Rig is constructed entirely from high-quality components, including premium-grade tungsten, top-notch snaps, and choice swivels. The head of the Eco Pro Tungsten Roll Tide Rig is built with a recessed, swiveling line-tie that eliminates line twists and gives the entire rig a more fluid action. All five of the wires on the Eco Pro Tungsten Roll Tide Rig are titanium–coated for durability, and to help camouflage them when they're in the water. The Eco Pro Tungsten Roll Tide Rig stands head and shoulders above other rigs with its well-thought-out design and high-quality construction.
|Eco Pro Tungsten||Wire Length|
|Roll Tide Rig||5.5"|
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Comments: This rig will catch fish fast but in just one hour I had every wire arm broken off. I was just slow rowing it through grass with 3" swim baits.
From: Steve: Charleton, SC 2/2/15
Comments: Absolutely love this a-rig. A lot of people are talking about how the wires break, I didn't have this problem. I caught several fish over 5lbs and they were fine. The price is great and the quality is great. I used big hammer 3in swimbait tails and big hammer 3/8 oz jig head with this rig. LOVE IT!
From: Justin: CT 1/4/15
Comments: Nice Looking A-Rig. I received one Friday in the mail. Saturday afternoon I lost a nice fish due to a broken wire. Now I have a nice looking 4 wire A-rig laying in the bottom of my boat.
From: Michael: Tallassee, AL 6/16/14
Comments: Well this is a nice little rig for $10. Fished it, caught several good fish on it 5.04, 4.25, 3.0, and several in the 1-2lb range. Flexible wires which give it good action, but after a week of constant use, one of the wires did break. But then they tend to do that when you catch fish on them.... for what it's worth, I plan on buying atleast 3 of each so when they do break I have spares. The way it produced, I'll take my chances and replace as they break.
From: Will: Long Beach, CA 4/11/14
Comments: Like another reviewer, went to swing a 2lber in the boat and the bait broke at the line tie. I don't think the design is very durable. I would net every fish with this lure and not try to swing them in the boat.
From: Jason: Scottville, KY 4/7/14
Comments: Used this rig once and an arm broke while boat-flipping a 15" fish. I hadn't gotten hung up or anything to put extra stress on the arms. Not durable at all
From: Chris: USA 3/19/14
Comments: very nice, very durable A-rig. Easy to cast, easy on the wallet. The Roll Tide rig with the blades are my favorite.