Nichols Nick Rig 3 Umbrella Rig - $19.99
Designed to simulate a school of baitfish, the Nichols Nick Rig 3 Umbrella Rig is a great way to target suspending bass as well as stripers and other gamefish feeding on baitfish. Also referred to as an umbrella rig, it’s a presentation few bass have ever seen, and provides the potential of catching a limit in a single cast.
Proudly made in the USA. The defining feature of the Nick Rig 3 Umbrella Rig is the two anterior 4.5 nickel willow leaf blades. This feature provides a different look while maintaining legality for states that only allow umbrella rigs with three hooks. Other features of the Nick Rig 3 Umbrella Rig is a realistic 3/8oz Tin fish head, 3D molded eyes and three posterior durable .040 stainless steel wires with 40 lb snap lock swivels extending behind it. Each swivel is crimped with a nickel plated sleeve rather than twist wrapped, providing better durability and not compromising the integrity of each steel wire. Attach your choice of swimbaits, grubs, spinnerbaits or jigs. It can even be cast with a stouter, standard rod. Mauling the competition, get your Nick Rig Umbrella Rig 3 today.
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 your State's fish and game rules and regulations - a fully rigged umbrella rig is illegal in some States.
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Comments: Runs true and well balanced. I've tried Yumbrellas and this one outperforms it!
From: Val: La Crosse, WI
Comments: this rig swims perfect only threw it for 20 min just to test it. i will be buying more very impressed!!!
From: Barry: so cal
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