If fishing with a plastic worm, sinker, and hook is Fishing 101 then fishing with the YUM YUMbrella Double Up is Fishing 201. The simple one hook, one lure, and one line syllabus of Fishing 101 has been taught for years and years without any change within the course. It’s straightforward, uncomplicated is well defined and accepted by all anglers. One major fishing tournament even embraces this course as the only way to fish according to its Elite rules. Nevertheless, anglers everywhere are progressing towards the new course of study. It’s an advanced class where knowledge has rewarded its astute pupils thousands of dollars in fishing tournament prize winnings. The syllabus for Fishing 201 is Bait School Technology using the YUM YUMbrella rig. The advanced class would teach students or in this case anglers how multi-lure rigs attract large fish inducing them to strike.
A couple months ago, three prominent students search for a simple answer to how Bait School Technology work and how to use this mighty, potential lure to the maximum extent thus rewarding them with riches beyond comprehension. Of course two of the students were impeded towards their goal of winning using the YUM YUMbrella rig due to the rules enforced within the tournament circuit they were fishing, but could openly fish in other tournaments they were to enter. The one student was free to fish using the Bait School Technology whenever and wherever he wanted.
Upon seeing the new YUM YUMbrella rig (www.lurenet.com) the students were abuzz with excitement. “I like it and can’t wait to see it with two swimbaits attached to it. I’m sure you can use this anywhere you want to with two lures,” Bassmaster Elite Series professional angler Terry Butcher continued, “It so simple…it will be easy for anyone to use.” “I see a lot of potential with this rig; it just makes sense, you don’t ever see bluegills by themselves,” said Edwin Evers, Bassmaster Elite Series professional angler. “My first impression of it wasn’t great, but the YUMbrella rig has been catching so many big fish on Lake Tenkiller in Oklahoma that you have to take the YUMbrella Double Up seriously. Just think of all the possibilities on lures that you can fish with on Lake Okeechobee in Florida and structure on river systems,” said FLW Tour professional angler Jason Christie.
The outline of Bait School Technology would include the following main points:
*Simulates a small school of baitfish.
*Works with all styles of lures and even live bait.
* Cover more water and find fish fast.
*Easy to rig and cast on any type of rod and reel including spincast tackle.
*Fish with two different styles of lures to induce strikes from active and inactive fish.
*Can be used from shore or a boat.
Of course the knowledge learned in the advance course of Bait School Technology does come with certain limitations. Some states and local regulations have laws against the number of hooks that can be used when fishing and this should be followed at all times. Anglers should also practice catch-and-release to preserve our fisheries for future generations.
Its back to school for thousands of anglers everywhere that are hungry for the knowledge of Bait School Technology. They want to learn the basic and advanced principles behind the growing success that other anglers are having using these lures. Attention class, please sit down, we are about to begin our first lesson in Bait School Technology with the YUM YUMbrella rig.
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