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Norman Lures Tiny-N Crankbait Review

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Norman Lures Tiny-N Crankbait for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $6. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use the 1-1/2″ (1/8 ounce) size.

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Product Specifications

Labeled as the “Secret Bait” of the big guys, Norman Lures Tiny N crankbaits are perfect for Crappie, Smallmouth, Panfish, and even Largemouth Bass.  The small, ultralight weight design features just enough weight to help cast it effortlessly on 2lb and 4lb test, while the super sharp hooks help ensure your fish stay attached without bending out of shape when you have to apply some pressure.  The Tiny N crankbaits dive down to 4’, making it possible to skim past the tops of the underwater weeds, submerged logs, rock piles, and other underwater cover.

Colors Available

Norman Lures Tiny N Crankbaits are available in 5 main color combinations, each representing typical baitfish and forage patterns.  The most popular patterns come in Chrome/Black, Baby Bass, and Crawfish patterns.  When you need the tiny lure to get even more attention, in muddy or heavily stained waters for instance, you can go with the brighter fish attracting patterns.  Both Chartreuse with a Black Back, and Chartreuse with a Blue Back are perfect for calling out to hungry gamefish in the dirtier waters.

How To Work Norman Lures Tiny N Crankbaits

Working a Norman Lures Tiny N crankbait isn’t necessarily difficult, especially on ultralight line.  The design allows you to make long casts past areas where you see underwater structure, or past weedlines that may be sticking out above the top of the water.  Cast the lure past then begin to work it back, varying the speed of your retrieve and trying to knock it into the structure to trigger reaction strikes.

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