Norman Lures® Professional Edge™ Baits - Fat Boy
Norman's Professional Edge Baits are productive, tournament-proven crankbaits that come in brilliant Sunshine Gel-Coat finishes. You can count on plenty of flash and reflection, and it's tough, too -- guaranteed to never wear off! The Fat Boy is the "extreme heavy cover crankbait." The buoyancy of premium balsa wood and a wobble combine with a unique ability to avoid hangups in heavy cover. Backs up and out of tight spots quickly -- a great trigger! Length: 2''. Weight: 7/16 oz. Dives to 0'-4'. Made in USA.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 crank runs true right out of the package no tuning needed May 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by boilermaker Quality you expect from Norman You won't be losing this bait on stumps and trees unless you have bad line. Comes through cover great and they typically run true right out of the package. Tie one on and catch some fish! July 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by pbnjc1 durable, productive crank I have never been a crankbait fisherman until I purchased this bait. I have caught LMB, smallies, and pike with this crank. Very effective around rock banks, chunk rock, and wood cover. Very durable, well built! The only thing I did have to do was tune it alittle to get it to run straight. I use the bluegill pattern up here in NE PA. June 22, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by SeedyCliff Fat Thumpers Bring 'Em Home Have been extremely pleased with action and draw these crankbaits produce right out of the pack. I fish shallow rivers and the running depth is optimum for most of my needs plus they deflect off of cover quite well. Colors that have been hot for smallies in clear stained water are sunfish, glow perch and bull bream. January 13, 2011
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A:Lure color is generally dictated by water clarity, forage and sunlight angle. A easy rule of thumb is match your lure to the bottom of the lake you're fishing.
A:Don't know the "very best color(s)" but I've been using sunfish, bull bream, nutter shad and glow perch with some predictable success on river smallies in northern waters. I also have the sexy shad colors but I think they might work better in murkier or bigger waters.
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