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Mann's Tiny 1-Minus Crankbaits


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  • SKU: 701300

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Fish have been caught, tournaments won, and records set with Mann's® ever-popular Tiny 1-Minus® Crankbaits. Designed to run extra-shallow and producing a loud rattle, these wide-wobbling Tiny 1-Minus baits are incredibly effective when twitched, jerked or cranked over weedbeds, stumps, shallow flats and other lunker holding water. Add a whole new dimension to your top-water bassin' arsenal with the Tiny 1-Minus crank.

  • 1 1/2"
  • 1/8 oz
  • Dives 1'
  • #10 Hooks
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Mann's Tiny 1-Minus I used this bait in a local pond on a summer morning and it did quite well. You really do not have to add much action to this lure, simple start and stop retrieve will do the trick. The only real disadvantage of the Tiny 1-Minus is that it can require some tuning but i guess that goes for a lot of crankbaits and other lures. Overall I am very pleased with this little guy and the fish it can produce. December 9, 2011
Great for panfish Been using small crankbaits for panfish lately, and this is my new favorite. Very good lure, and the best thing about it... It's made in the USA! May 6, 2010
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no they should not sink
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yes the little one does if you let it sit there for a second but the big ones don't
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