STORM® Original ThinFin® Lures
- Original STORM design
- Deep body and flat sides
- Erratic darting action
- Pronounced flash
- Imitates shad, shiners and herring
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wakeupofg Storm ThinFin Great twitch bait for shollow water. Bass love them. Hard to cast in the wind but worth the effort. April 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cliffie Trolling Beauty This is one of the best trolling lures that i have ever used. Fantastic for big pike and walleye. I would suggest the 3 inch size and at normal trolling speed it'll go 12 to 18 inches below the surface which is perfect in the spring & early summer. Action while trolling cannot be beat. It floats & comes to surface when stopping; it''ll track well even with a leader for big pike. Color can matter and perch and fire tiger are great. Just ok for casting but when trolling just sit back and look out! The Water Wolf will be there soon! February 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by chas555 STORM THIN FINS BASS FISHING IN NORTHERN ONTARIO WOULD'T BE THE SAME WITHOUT THE THIN FIN. LAST YEAR I CAUGHT A 40" NORTHERN PIKE AND A 20" LARGEMOUTH BASS. June 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by tracye34 Great Buy MY husband and I went fishing and he used the the thin fin for the first time after getting it.Just about every cast he brought in a bass.It was unreal.He has been fishing for over 25 years and has never caught that many fish in a day.He caught 14 fish with in a 5 to 10 min.period.And I'm not lying I have the picture to prove it.I would recommend this lure to anyone. May 16, 2012
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Details:Fishing for Whites, Hybrids and LM during the FALL - early and late. Looking for advice on size and color to purchase a couple to try! Thank you JAY
A:I've used these lures for 50 years, and I find that the floating models in the small to medium sizes are best, in shad color in the fall. I also find that they are no longer the best lure for this application, however. When white bass and largemouth bass are in shallow backs of coves feeding on shad in the fall (November), try a rattling Strike King DVD Square Bill crankbait and bang it off shallow laydowns to draw strikes. The good old Thin Fin will usually hang up if you try that, and without deflection, it does not draw reaction strikes nearly as effectively as the Square Bill. If you want the faster vibration of a Thin Fin, try a flat-sided square bill crankbait like the pricey Ima Bill Lowen square bill, which will also deflect off laydown wood without hanging up much.
Details:to add the sinking Thinfin to the product line? It has been quite a while since they were produced.
Details:is there a better topwater than it?
A:maybe the lucky 13, but, it trolls well too!
A:not that I have found in my 40 yrs of fishing
Top 10 Contributor
A:Its a good lure but which is "best" will change from day to day.
A:I was happy that Storm reintroduced this old lure for one reason. Even though it is a very difficult lure to cast for bass in a breeze and is only moderately effective for largemouth, there is an application for which it is outstanding. Trolled on a weighted line, it is a superior lure for catching big white bass in good numbers.
Details:the DT Series seem to have especially weak bills
Details:it looks like a spoon. Also, what kind of action does it have? Would it be good in a temperate area in Missouri?
A:it looks like a shad.very good swiming action.it would be good in any temp.try it you will like it.
A:although it may look like a spoon it really isn't. it's a kind of minnow/flash bait, that has a lip and dives down several feet, and i don't know if it would work in missouri. sorry
Top 10 Contributor
A:The outside edges are shaped like a FAT spoon but the sides are convex as opposed to concave.
Details:Also, do they have rattles?
A:yes but the "rattlin" thin fin is hard to find
A:they float donot have rattlers.
Top 10 Contributor
A:They do float while at rest. As for the rattles, Storm at one time did make a rattling thin fin as well, but I haven't seen them for quite some time either. I never liked the rattling version because it was much thicker than the original. The action was not the same and I caught fewer fish with the rattles.
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