Sometimes bass and stripers are feeding on big baitfish, but there are times when a smaller offering gets more action. Anglers are discovering that full-sized multi-lure rigs are great in summer and winter, but after the baitfish spawns these big, bulky rigs get ignored. That’s when a smaller multi-lure rig shines – especially if it’s equipped with four flashing blades. The YUM Bait School Technology Flash Mob Junior is a downsized 5-wire YUMbrella rig with four spinning blades positioned midway down the outer arms. Two versions are available – one with Colorado blades and one with willows.
Another advantage of the Flash Mob Junior is that it’s light enough to be fished on any type of equipment. It’s terror on largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass, crappie, white bass, stripers and just about any predator fish. Rigged with curly-tail grubs or other smaller lures, it catches fish of all sizes.
The Flash Mob Junior is made with the same super-tough stainless steel wire and durable connections as the full-sized model. It doesn’t matter if you’re fishing a stream for smallmouth or giant striped bass, a reservoir during the shad spawn, or a pond for crappie, the Flash Mob Junior creates the illusion of a small school of baitfish and provokes strikes from even inactive fish.
For more information go to www.lurenet.com. The Flash Mob Junior has an MSRP of $12.99.
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