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Mann's Alabama Rig


Mann's Bait Company - The Alabama Rig

For many months, Andy Poss tested different combinations and materials on lakes in north Alabama until in July of 2011, he finally found the perfect combination for his new invention - The Alabama Rig. In October of 2011, Paul Elias used the patent pending design to win the FLW Tour Open on Lake Guntersville. Paul led all 4 days and caught the second heaviest FLW Tour weight ever. The Alabama Rid was also used by the winning angler at the FLW Everstart event on Kentucky Lake the following week and by yet another angler to win an FLW BFL tournament a week later making the rig the only product to win three FLW events in three consecutive weeks.

The Alabama Rid is a totally new concept for bass fishing and has taken the market by storm. It can be rigged to resemble a small school of baitfish by using plastic swimbaits or can be shaped to fish crankbaits, frogs, spinnerbaits or soft plastics. Fisherman can use the flexible bars for almost any style of lure they choose. No other rig offers these options.

*Rig does not include baits

Item# Item Name Our Price Qty Add
MANNS-ALABAMA-C Mann's Bait Company - The Alabama Rig - Mann's - Camo Back
MANNS-ALABAMAC-BLACK Mann's Bait Company - The Alabama Rig - Mann's - Chartreuse Black
MANNS-ALABAMA-CBLUE Mann's Bait Company - The Alabama Rig - Mann's - Chartreuse Blue
MANNS-ALABAMA-PB Mann's Bait Company - The Alabama Rig - Mann's - Pearl Black
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Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
killer February 29, 2012
Reviewer: john graf from atlanta, GA United States  
while fishing at our farms 10 acre lake i caught and released 2 three pound bass from my first cast using this rig.

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