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Norman Lures Crappie Crankbait - Silver/Black

Silver Black

1-1/2"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
10

Max Diving Depth:
6'

Model:
NMDTN01
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Norman Lures Crappie Crankbait - Silver/Blue

Silver Blue

1-1/2"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
10

Max Diving Depth:
6'

Model:
NMDTN03
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  • SKU: 320225

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Ever try throwing cranks for crappie? The secret's out--they smash 'em! These Norman Lures® Crappie Crankbaits are just the right size.  Runs to a depth of 6 feet. 1-1/2", 1/8 oz. with #10 hook.

Norman Lures® Crappie Crankbaits 4.9 5 15 15
Catches everything! I've caught just about every type of fish in the lake with these lures. To call them Crappie lures is not doing them justice. July 10, 2012
Awesome for smallmouth My favorite river smallmouth lure. Never fails me. June 6, 2012
Works Great I cant say that we are big crappie fishermen but my son is 9 and loves it for bass fishing March 22, 2012
Good buy Threw this lure in a pond with a bunch of lily pads sittin on a downed tree and caught a couple 2 pound bass. Great lure so far and good colors. August 18, 2011
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PEARL & CHARTEUSE
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This passed spring a number of the crappie I caught had the entire lure in
there mouth, I think the size is fine and
so is the size of hooks. If the hooks were any smaller they would he hard to remove.
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The crappie norman is small lure that runs a depth of 6 fto 8 feet with 125 ft of line out.
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Great little lures i have landed many a crappie, largemouth bass and rock bass on these, do yourself a favor go to BPS and load up on these baby's your stringer will get heavier.
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These lures are 1.5 inches long. I use them for trout, because trout have small mouths. These baits are just the right size. Crappies have larger mouths than trout (relative to their bodies), so these lures will work for them too. They will be too big for most bluegills.

The lure in the picture is a Cordell Big-O, the exact same size as the Norman Tiny N. The fish in that picture is a 2.5-lb, 17-inch Rainbow Trout.

In the other picture is a small but aggressive 12-inch Rainbow. I took 8 small bluegill out of its stomach. The bluegill shown are about the size of the Norman Tiny N, some smaller, some bigger.
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