Umbrella rigs consist of metal crossbars, usually weighted in the center, with either four or six arms. There are loops at the ends of the arms and often in the middle of each arm as well, to which you attach a swivel with clips at both ends. Then teasers, usually paddle-tail soft-plastic shad, are attached to the other end of the swivel clips. The net result? A single umbrella rig has between four and 12 teasers. None of these have hooks; they’re merely meant to create the illusion of a school of baitfish. Then a leader of between 2 and 3 feet long is attached to the middle of the umbrella rig, and a hook-bait tied on. Alternatively, some umbrellas use a pair of hook-baits, run from the ends of two opposite arms.