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This is on a 5 arm rig

What's Y'all's Spread?

Ya keep em in a tight cluster?

Ya fan em out as much as possible?

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I have several set up differently, but this has been my most productive:

 

YUMbrella

Weightless LFT Live Magic Shad, #3/0 Gamakatsu Light Wire Offset Worm Hooks

Johson Silver Minnow on the middle arm

Spread out

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Yelp, got the YUMbrella!

Huh, sneakie! Got rid of the jig head! ;)

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Well, I'm a sissy. I still haven't completely recovered from a trip in August.

On the first cast both me and my buddy hooked up as soon as The Rig

hit the water. He's running the trolling motor so i put my stick in the rod

holder. My striper was much bigger than his, but left unattended mine came

loose. Rick's fish weighed 28 lbs.

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5 wire manns rig, spread out. Either reaction innovations skinny dippers or little dippers (depending on the bite) on the 4 outer spots and then a yum money minnow in the middle. The Middle and two bottom baits have hooks and the top are dummies. I also do the same with lft boot tail magic shads or the regular magic shads. All baits are rigged on the buckeye swimbait heads or owner screwlocks 

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If the fish are more active i spread them out wide but fore more finicky fish or if theyre suspending i like the group tight

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I use the Yumbrella, and I spread them out pretty far, almost at a right angle.  I use 5" swimbaits on J-Will heads, so I want to keep them from fouling up on each other.

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Yumbrella flashmob jr with 1/8 j-will heads and 3.5" lft magic shad boot tail on the outside and a 4.5" in the center. I spread it out just enough where they don't get tangled up on each other.

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Usually a flash mob, or something of the sort.  I tend to modify them by shortening the two upper wires by an inch or two.  I leave the middle long.  I tend to leave them fairly compact, rather than full spread.  Generally I am throwing 1/4-3/8 ounce heads on one of a variety of swimbaits, with the center arm being 3/4-1" longer bait.

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I fish a home made, very much like the flash mob. 1/4oz home made casting jig heads with 5" super flukes in albino. I like to spread them out fairly well but as long as they aren't tangling too much I don't worry about it being exact. 

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