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Norman Tennessee Killer Crankbait

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Does anyone know anything about these? My understanding is they are a vintage design. Made of Cedar,flat sided, with a coffin shaped medium length diving lip.

Does anyone recall the diving depth on these? When were they produced?

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I do seem to remember these but can't offer much help. They do sound similar to Poe's RC1 and 2.

I was going through my pile of "hasn't been used in a while" stuff and found 3 of these. They say 4-5 feet deep.

Coffin lip and a rattle. Used to catch quite a few on the RC1. Funny how you stray away from baits that work in pursuit of new ones that might work.

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Might be different than mine. Mine are made of Cedar and have no rattle.

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Google Tennessee Tuffy Crankbait ;)

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Yup.  I have a couple of them.  They go about 7'-8' deep.  They came out in the early 90's ('91, I think).

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I do seem to remember these but can't offer much help. They do sound similar to Poe's RC1 and 2.

I was going through my pile of "hasn't been used in a while" stuff and found 3 of these. They say 4-5 feet deep.

Coffin lip and a rattle. Used to catch quite a few on the RC1. Funny how you stray away from baits that work in pursuit of new ones that might work.

 

I agree, it sounds very much like the old Poes cedar flat sides, they were the first flat side baits I ever used and were killer in spring.

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Redo, google bass fishing archives!

What I gathered they were made by someone else & sold by Norman.

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Yes, they're like the RC1 and RC3 design, but bigger.  Think RC5.

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