Norman Lures® Speed Clips

   

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Speed Clip - 1.5cm L x 4mm W

10

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SK-1

Magnum Clip - 2.5cm L x 6mm W

5

Model:
SK-MG5

Speed Clip - 1.5cm L x 4mm W

50

Model:
SK-50
Great for saving time and hassle, The Norman Lures® Speed Clip is absolutely the easiest way for you to attach a lure to fishing line. Equipped with a circular design that allows lures to run true, these Speed Clips are stronger than other snaps and work well with braided lines. Plus, it takes only one hand to attach these Speed Clips to your lure. Color: Silver.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 86 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great little tool I've been using this product since they were first introduced. They last for years before the clip end gets out of round. They work just as well with braid as with mono. Be sure to remove the line clip from your bait before using this. They're a little hard to use when your hands are cold but otherwise they make changing crankbaits a snap and they don't gather moss and scum like some of the others do. Great product...can't go wrong with this one. January 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Speedy clips hold up I like the freedom to change my lures quickly while at the same time they allow the lure to move more freely than a knot or snap. I've caught big fish so they are strong e.i. 90lb tarpon, 20plus lb jacks, etc. October 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very reliable product I use this product for crankbaits and they have never failed me yet. September 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent purchase I have used this product earlier, this order as for spare stock. I have never lost a fish. It stands heavy strain and hard breaks. All my fishing is sea fishing for barracuda, travely ,baramundi. of over 10pounds. These speed clips stand all the hard work when fighting a fish.It is so easy to change lures. will recommend them to ant angler September 2, 2013
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Fish in freshwater and Gulf of Mexico. Love speed cllips and use needlenose pliars. For Gulf fishing would llike to know how much smalll clip will hold. I've never seen this advertised.. I'm sure many people would like to know. I am aware of the large clips.
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Small clips will hold up to 5 pounds that I have used with braided line
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Not sure exactly, but I hooked a very large catfish on the smaller speed clip, and the hook bent (a VMC treble hook on a Rapala) before the clip failed. I didn't land the fish, but I fought it for 5 minutes or so. I'd say the fish probably weighed 20-40 pounds.
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I use the smaller size and have boated bass over 9 lbs with no problems.
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i use the large ones for just about every crank over 2 1/2". the small ones will take of the rest.
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I have found the standard size good for most all freshwater cranks hard baits and floaters. Magnum may be best for Muskie and Pike lures
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I've use them for 3+ years without losing tensile strength. The clip end does get out of round after a few years and will slip off the bait with a fish on....keep an eye on the clip end and your OK.
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i have been using my last one for over one year
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I have personally NEVER had one to fail
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They should never lose their strength in freshwater applications, in my opinion.
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From my experience with them I would say quite a lot, they seem very strong.
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how do you clip them on

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Pinch the non clip end together to open the clip then slip the lure's line tie into the clip and twist...pretty simple. Best to remove the split ring from the lure line tie first.
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You simply tie your line to the "eye", then squeeze the clip and the rings essentially "open up", allowing you to slide it over your baits' linetie or split ring. On the larger clips (Magnum), you can do this with your fingers. On the smaller ones, because my fingers are too big, I have to use needlenose pliers to squeeze it open.
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Just squeeze and the semi-split-ring opens, once you see them in person it will make sense, I am glad I bought some to try, it's all I use now.
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Two ways; 1. squeeze clip & place over the eye. 2. Just push it on the eye. First method--squeezing the clip, will depend on strength in your fingers.
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Just hold the top part of the clip between your index finger and thumb and squeeze, this seperates the eye so that you can now slide it onto the lure eye. I usually remove the split ring from the lure first.
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just like a key on a key ring
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They're spring loaded, all you have to do is pinch the sides together
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The trick is not to pinch the clip, just hold the clip in one hand lure in the other, place the attachment point of the lure on the clip, press it (the lure) down and slide or snap it on. Also just so you know, if your lure has a separate ring attached to it, you can cut or remove it because now with the speed clip it has become unnessary. So just attach your lure directly to the speed clip.
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The easiest way is with some split ring pliers that you can get here at BPS. Just spread apart the ring near the end of the wire and slide the eye of your bait in the gap, then just push it around. Getting the ring split apart is the tricky part, but the pliers make it much easier than your finger nail.
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I like to troll crank baits, I use braided line and do not like to use swivels because I think they change the action. But with the braided line it is difficult to tie direct, does anyone have suggestions?
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They work well with braid, mono or fluorocarbon line. I've used all 3 with no problems. With braid I use a palomar knot and speed clip....never had a problem.
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They are PERFECT for trolling cranks! I use the larger , "Magnum" sized ones for trolling, just because of the continuous stress put on them.
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Try using mono. for trolling you can get better hook ups than braid when trolling. the speed clips give crankbaits great action. good luck.
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they would be perfect. i do not notice a change in lure action. they are a little hard to use on baits with small split rings close to the bill
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These should work great.
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What is the best knot to tie a fas-snap to your leader?
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I used a clinch knot with no problem for pike and bass with braided and fluorocarbon lines.
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I tie a palomar exclusively. I'm sure other knots would be appropriate
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Can't go wrong with a palomar!
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It is called the eye crosser knot, or double uni knot, google knot wars to learn the knot.
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Personally, I like a palomar knot. I use it for everything except topwater.
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polomar knot is the strongest.
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I prefer the palomar knot, as long you tie it properly it wont cut into the line when using flurocarbon
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I fish with mono and have tied them on with the improved clinch knot.
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I personally prefer the Palomar Knot for mono, its quick, easy & strong.
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Uni with double wrap on the clip. (fishing fool knot)
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The Trilene knot is easy and very strong. I can actually bend or break treble hooks to retrieve my lure with this knot on 12 lb orig. Stren.
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