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Norman Thin N

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Has anyone here used the Thin N? Opinions? Experiences?

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The Thin N is a weird bait in my opinion. Most thin bodied cranks usually have a very tight wiggle, but the Thin N doesn't. It's a medium wide wobble, which begs the question...why the flat body if it has a fairly wide action? That said, they catch fish. Caught a few out of the Potomac just a few weeks ago on one, in fact. it's nothing magical, but is has its place in a tackle box. It's also about the only Norman lure I've used that didn't need to be tuned to run properly.

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I like them. They have the same profile as a small bluegill. I have about 15 in different color variations and catch fish consistently on them here in southern OKla.

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^^^^^ like most of the replies. They catch bass and have a profile just like most young panfish.

Good Crankbait for the money, well built.

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Just from my experience, they are a dink fish bait, but like others have said they are a well built bait.

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