Strike King Tour Grade Titanium Umbrella Rig

The incredibly durable Strike King Tour Grade Titanium Umbrella Rig provides anglers with an amazing baitball presentation that is virtually unbreakable. Built using titanium wires, the arms of the Strike King Tour Grade Titanium Umbrella Rig have a smaller diameter than steel and other metals, so bass only see your baits coming through the water - and not your components. The titanium wires are also very responsive and give an outstanding level of action to your baits. The Strike King Tour Grade Titanium Umbrella Rig features a premium paint job as well, and a swivel built into the head helps eliminate line twists. Available in multiple sizes and colors, the Strike King Tour Grade Titanium Umbrella Rig is undeniably strong and just what you need to handle multiple fish at once. 

Strike King Middle Wire Length Outer Wire Length
Tour Grade Titanium Umbrella Rig Long 7.5"  5.5"
Tour Grade Titanium Umbrella Rig Short 5.5"  3.5"

4 Colors

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    Model No. TGTRS-583
    Blue Gizzard Shad
    Size Stock Price Qty
    Short 2 $14.99
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    Model No. TGTRS-568
    Green Gizzard Shad
    Size Stock Price Qty
    Short 8/24 $14.99
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    Model No. TGTRS-590
    Sexy Shad
    Size Stock Price Qty
    Short 5+ $14.99
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    Model No. TGTRL-517
    Tennessee Shad
    Size Stock Price Qty
    Long 5+ $8.97
    Short 5+ $14.99

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Customer Reviews

Comments: Thought this rig would be my answer for stripers breaking arms off of all the other rigs I've used. About 30 or so casts and a wire snapped off right at the head. Hadn't even caught a fish on it yet. Very disappointed!

From: S.B.: Delta, CA 9/6/14

Comments: I have been throwing the SK Titanium rig for a few months now. It has out performed any other rig I have thrown. The big difference with this rig is the flex in the wires. I like to burn this rig then pulse the baits which creates the appearance of a school changing direction all at the same time. This creates a reaction strike in lethargic bass. You have to try it out, it's way better than anything out there!!

From: Jamey

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