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Mann's Tiny 1-Minus Crankbaits


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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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nice bait This smaller version of the 1- Minus works just as well as the big one. This crankbait is great for small lakes, February 15, 2009
Bass fishing use these pond fishing. worked very well. I would get 2-3 next time. I seem to loose these in the weeds alot. The crawdad design seems to really work well. March 5, 2008
Almost the perfect UL crank I've used all of the 1-minus series cranks and caught a lot of fish with them all. All of the pros are as most reviewers have already stated so I'll save you the redundency. The only problem with this one is that even though the bouyancy is floating it has a very slow sink (similar to a rapala finesse minnow). It's not the end of the world but a lot of the time I will fish floating hard baits on the surface with a long pause and a slight twitch to immitate a dying bait fish on the surface. The other problem is I get a lot of hits after an erratic retrieve while I let it slowly float to the surface. You can still get similar hits on the fall but I don't feel it's as effective. May 16, 2012
Mann's 1 Minus tiny Hottest bait for early morning, late evening surface bite. Better than any top water I have ever used. Runs fast and true right out of the box. January 27, 2007
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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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