Rigzilla combines a school of struggling swimbaits with bass-attracting action to double your chances at catching your next big fish.
With five arms to hold your lure and four shiny attention grabbing sinkers, RigZilla is that one mean rig that even the toughest bass cannot resist.
Not a school of fish. Just bait.
Bait 'Em, Hook 'Em & Bag 'Em
Designed for ultralight fishing, Umbrella Rig Fishing Lure lets you present all sorts of baits in many different ways.
Pop on additional scents and trolling lures for extra bassy attraction while you rig your way to more fish at your favorite fishing spot.
From the shallow waters of the Gulf Coast to the coastal flats off Florida, this rig works great for redfish, flounder, trout, snook or any other type of bottom fish you are trying to target.
When Fish see Shad, They Attack
If you aren't throwing one of these, then you are missing out.
RigZilla looks like a feast of fresh shad, tempting even the most finicky fish.
The shiny sinkers beneath the rig flashes, even mimicking air bubbles just like a school of shad, making strikes hard to resist.
The fish will love it. You’ll love it too. It's the perfect, proven way to catch bass all day long.
Frequently Asked Questions
HOW DO YOU SPREAD OUT THE ARMS?
Pull the arm that's on the bottom straight down at about 45 degrees. Do the same to the other 4, space them evenly with the two lower ones mirror each other as well as the top two.
Put a slightly heavier jigg on the bottom arm, it helps it run through. You can adjust the angles as to how you want it to be.
WHAT TYPE OF LURES DO YOU ADD?
It all depends on the species of fish you're targeting. You can use one set of lures for Bass, another for Trout. As long as your lures are attractive enough, a school of them will easily draw any big game fish in like a magnet to you.