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Heading down to Guntersville this spring. Im wanting to try a umbrella rig. I'm really not set up to throw something that heavy but I have old 7'6 Heavy that is rated up to 2oz.  So what rig do you think that I can throw and give me my best chance to catch a few.

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I have little knowledge on A Rigs...I'd like to here what answers are here. I want to try the Booyah Boo (kinda umbrella, kinda not) rigs and Yumbrella Flash Mob Jrs.

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Flash Mob Jr's would be your best bet with 1/4 oz heads. A-rig won't be the best way to catch them on Gville in the spring tho...

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OK, well what is the best way to catch a few? Its my first time going to Gville and we are only going for 3 days. So any info would help.

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Find the bait first. In my experience, throwing the rig is almost always a waste of time unless there's baitfish around. Mess around with counting it down, retrieve speeds, stop and go. If the fish want it they'll tell you. 

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Money Minnows with the largest one in the center of the Alabama rig.

 

You can also put a silver spoon as your middle bait.

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YUMbrella Flash Mob Jr. http://www.lurenet.c...lash-mob-jr-rig

 

Outside arms: 3/0 Gamakatsu Offset Worm Hooks (light wire)/ LFT Live Magic Shad (weightless)

 

Inside arm: Johnson Silver Minnow

 

 

 

 

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