The Jerky J School rig allows fisherman to catch more bass.
When bass school offshore, they often form in groups of hundreds of fish.
Being the opportunistic predators they are, bass will attack schools of minnows and the Jerky J School rig looks just like a school of minnows.
Cast the Jerky J School rig, count it down to the correct depth and hang on!
During testing it was very common to catch multiple bass on one cast.
Even 5 bass have been captured on one cast!
Just clip on your favorite lures, and you are ready to go.
The Jerky J School Rig has been extensively tested with numerous baits.
The Castaic Jerky J School Rig has been extensively tested with numerous baits.
Recommended with soft pikies of 3.5" and 4".
Professional bass angler, Paul Elias used an Umbrella-rig to run away with the win at the October 2011 Lake Guntersville FLW Tour Open (The entire top-5 actually used Umbrella-rig as well).
Dan Morehead also used the Umbrella-rig to win at the Kentucky Lake Everstart Championship, as did Scott Brummett at the Walmart BFL Wheeler Lake Regional.
Castaic enters the umbrella rig fray with several offerings most notable of which is their patent pending Charlie’s Walker Rig.
This rig combines the popular bottom walking rig design used for walleye and other species, with the multi-rig option of the umbrella.
It is built of a wire that meters out between 18-19 gauge in thickness and weighs right around 1.25 ounces out of the package.
While most umbrella-type rigs are intended for open water situations, Castaic’s Charlie’s Walker Rig is designed to be fished right on the bottom over rocks, stumps, brush piles, etc.
The heads in all three of these rigs are made of tin and they all feature the same gauge wire tipped with snap swivels to facilitate attachment of your baits