Norman Lures Professional Edge Crankbaits - DD14 & DD22
bug em down deep
I've used this style of norman quite a few times and i gotta tell ya, it will wear you out haha. It gets down deep and is good for both bass and muskie. I personally love the middle n a lot better but I know that sooner or later this bait will catch me a sizeable hawg.I personally haven't had any issues with the tuning of these baits and I throw them into weeds and rocks and bounce them off stumps, they can take it. These normans are the first lure i grab when i'm fishing a tournament.
April 27, 2010
BEST CRANKBAIT ON THE MARKET TODAY!
DOESN'T MATTER WHAT SIZE OR DEPTH THIS BAIT RUNS, IT IS THE BEST CRANKBAIT ON THE MARKET TODAY & HAS BEEN EVER SINCE IT'S FIRST PRODUCTION MANY YEARS AGO. MY FAVORITE IS THE DLN, BUT I ALSO USE THE DD22. I OWN JUST ABOUT EVERY COLOR & SIZE MADE MY NORMAN LURES. THE DLN CAN BE FISHED TO JUST ABOUT ANY DEPTH AS WELL AS THE DD22. IT'S THE PRESENTATION GIVEN THAT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE, BOTH THE QUALITY OF THE BAIT & THE WAY YOU WORK IT.
THESE CRANKBAITS ALWAYS RUN TRUE OR TAKES VERY LITTLE TWEEKING AFTER THE FIRST CAST. I DON'T OWN ANY OTHER CRANKBAITS AND NEVER WILL. IF NORMAN EVER GOES OUT OF BUSINESS, I WILL PURCHASE EVER BAIT I CAN GET MY HANDS ON BEFORE THEY'RE GONE!
June 1, 2010
I use the SUN CHARTREUSE BLUE DD-14 on my lake , and the big bass & walleye love that crazy color.My last fish was a 6lb. walleye on a sunny day in the middle of the afternoon. The GEL-COAT on these lures make them my GIT-R-DONE Crankbait.
July 28, 2008
I was exposed to DD-22 through divine providence and now pass them out to people new to Bull Shoals if I meet them at the dock. I was running a down rigger and brought in a fish dragging a line with a DD-22 in the Smokey Joe pattern behind it. I tried that lure that evening on a whim and had a Kentucky bass, large mouth bass, and walleye in the boat in the first 15 minutes. I have learned three things: 1) I can consistently troll the lures at depths of 28-30 feet , 2) they will catch anything from crappie to hybrid stripers, and 3) the Violet Illusion and Splatter Bass patterns are my most consistent producers at Bull Shoals in August.
July 12, 2007