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Complete Alabama Umbrella Rig Kit for sale now for only [color=red]$23.99[/color]* includes the castable umbrella rig that conquered the peacock bass of the Amazon, 5 minnow jig heads and 5 swimbait bodies! Great deal for anyone who wants to give this incredible fish magnet a try! Comes in a resealable Velcro pouch.

Alabama Umbrella Rig Kit

*Price subject to change without notice so buy now!
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Re: Complete Alabama-like castable umbrella rig kits for a great price
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2012, 08:22:59 PM »

 Are you sure? Not to knock some one for making a living". Maybe some one will invent a scooplike shovel net lure. And it will also be A fad,and go the way of the pet rock, chiapet, the infomess red hook and the umbrella rig.
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Re: Complete Alabama-like castable umbrella rig kits for a great price
« Reply #2 on: March 21, 2012, 09:12:39 PM »

You'll need to try it yourself to see this is not a passing fad any more than the plastic worm, spinnerbait and buzzbaits were passing fads. This thing is just getting going. I've already caught a bunch of peacock bass on them including 2 doubles when others throwing around me weren't getting bit. I'm sold.

I remember thinking I could bypass this new 'Senko' thing for almost 2 seasons. Boy! Was that a dumb move! Don't make the same mistake.
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Re: Complete Alabama-like castable umbrella rig kits for a great price
« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2012, 06:56:11 PM »

 Sorry Dan, But I can not bite. For me to go out and buy a hole new rod, reel and 50lb braid. Just to cast a single lure? Not. There are to many other great bates that I can throw.
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Re: Complete Alabama-like castable umbrella rig kits for a great price
« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2012, 09:49:42 PM »

LGMOUTH did a great report on how he was fishing the rig, and that you don't necessarily need all that stuff. You can use what you already have probably. Regardless, many, many anglers will be throwing them and having a bunch of fun this season. I know I wanted to start early on this one.
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