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CORE A-Rig Rod
The Umbrella rig, a-rig, Alabama rig, whatever you call it, there’s one thing for certain, you’re going to need the right rod for throwing these schooling baitfish-mimicking rigs. The new Cashion CORE Umbrella Rig Rod features a 7’10” mod-fast, heavy blank that is perfect for slinging these big baits! The CORE Umbrella Rig Rod is rated for 17-65 lb. line weight and ½-2 oz lure weight. The blank design will afford you the ability to load up to make big bombing casts, while the softer tip will help with absorption when setting the hook on your next personal best.
ICON John Crews Big Bait Rod
The big bait trend for catching big bass is here. These baits, include 7” glide baits, 6 to 8” boot tail swim baits, 1-ounce spinnerbaits, oversized deep diving crankbaits like the Strike King 10XD, and umbrella rigs all have a time and place for catching big bass. To throw these baits, you need the right equipment, and it all starts with the right rod. Thanks to John Crews and the team at Cashion, the Big Bait Rod is here! John explains, “It has the right amount of power to throw these baits but moderate enough action to not rip hooks out of their mouth when fighting those big monsters!”