Wild River Umbrella Rig Cover

Wild River Umbrella Rig Cover


The Wild River Umbrella Rig Cover protects lures from damage and entanglement.


  • Mossy Oak Break-Up camo pattern fabric
  • Internal retaining strap keeps your umbrella rig in place
  • Hook-and-loop fastening on all three sides allows for a secure closure
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Wild River's Umbrella Rig Cover is designed to hold your rig securely and conveniently while protecting your lures from damage and entanglement. A web loop keeps the rig tines together so lures stay organized and readily accessible. Heavy-duty fabric, binding, stitching, and construction provide for added durability.



  • Heavy-duty cover protects your lures from damage and entanglement
  • Mossy Oak® Break-Up™ camo pattern fabric
  • Internal retaining strap keeps your umbrella rig in place
  • Hook-and-loop fastening on all three sides allows for a secure closure
  • Heavy-duty fabric, binding and stitching for durability
  • Approx. dimensions: 9.5" x 8.5" (open), 4.75" x 8.5" (folded)
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