The "hottest fishing tool on the bass market today" - the Megabass Spark Prop Type delivers a level or realism and quality that only legendary Japanese lure designer, Yuki Ito, could create. The Megabass Spark Prop Type features an original 3D hand-carved body, five 7" welded shut wires (1.2mm), a pronounced metal prop for added attraction, and premium snaps and swivels.
Often referred to as an umbrella-rig, the Megabass Spark Prop Type is designed to resemble a school of baitfish. It can be cast and retrieved at a steady pace, or allowed to fall through suspended schools of fish. Very versatile, it can also be rigged with a wide variety of lures, including soft plastic swimbaits, grubs, jig heads and small spinnerbaits.
Its design allows you to spread out the wire arms into various positions. Leaving the slightly longer wire in the middle and spreading the rest of the wires an equal distance apart is its most common configuration, but your imagination is the only limitation for the variety of configurations and lure presentations you can use. It can even be rigged with your favorite lures for bottom fishing, such as Texas-rigged worms, creature baits and jigs.
Professional bass angler, Paul Elias used an umbrella-rig to run away with the win at the October 2011 Lake Guntersville FLW Tour Open. (The entire top-5 actually used umbrella-rig as well). Dan Morehead also used the umbrella-rig to win at the Kentucky Lake Everstart Championship, as did Scott Brummett at the Walmart BFL Wheeler Lake Regional.
Don't forget to check with your State's laws regarding the legal use of this product, since it is designed to fish up to five baits at a time.
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