Norman Lures® Thin N Crankbait
- Features a narrow slab-sided design
- Distinct rounded shape
- Coffin-style lip
Rated 5 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by scott3234 Thing of beauty I have two, and they came through for me on a trip to the remote regions of Ontario. Great lure for walleye and pike. It indeed has a tight wiggle and, for me, it produced fish. To me, this is what makes or breaks a lure. Solid construction as they were hit many times by pike and stayed strong. The only downside is I want more. Alot more. April 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by coolcat Good schooling bait I usually use a lippless when throwing to schooling fish but I use these when aroung a lot of timber . They are killer at calling out the bigger fish and never get hung up . Colors that work for me best are 05,39,16,and 85 . Also work well on shallow flats with long fast sweeping motions followed by reeling in slack on slack line . Good luck and tight lines. April 1, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishinpro best buy ever bought this from basspro.com because it wasnt in the stores. turned out great. caught tons of prespawn bass. most 2 plus pounds. great lure! February 9, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hackamore Norman Thin-N Recently I went fishing with my son at lake Granbury. We hadn't fished the lake lately so we tried it out again. The fishing was great, for him. He had a Bill Norman Thin-N lure tied on and was kicking my butt. Well to make a long story short he caught 5 nice Bass in about 3 hours that we fiahed, and I caught a cold. haha. So I ordered three of the same lure's from Bass Pro Shop, and I have to say the service was great. They shipped the day Iordered and was in my mail box in three days at regular shipping. The lures weren't to bad either. I tied one on and went to a lake near where I live and fished a couple of hours. I usually can only catch bass there on my Sexy Shad which is my go to biat. I was reallysatified with the Thin-N's. They ran straight and I caught 3 in a couple of hours. If it keeps working out this way, I may have to change my got bait. Good fishing and remember, keep your boat right side up on the water. Be safe. Hackamore February 8, 2011
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i cant figure out wether its a mad n or thin n.
A:from what I see in the pic,it looks to be the thin N.
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