Bill Norman Flat Broke

Bill Norman Flat Broke

The Bill Norman Flat Broke is a unique, hinged, flat-sided crankbait. Designed to dive down to 3-feet, it’s seductive side-to-side swimming motion, and the clicking noise made by its single-joint, combine to create a very natural injured baitfish presentation.  Fish it fast or fish it slow, the Norman Flat Broke also maneuvers extremely well around cover.  Lay downs aren’t even a problem - just a pop of your line frees the Flat Broke most of the time.   Available in a several proven colors, the Bill Norman Flat Broke gives bass a different look that can make all the difference.

Bill Norman Length Weight Depth
Flat Broke 2-3/4" 3/8oz 0-3ft

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Customer Reviews

Comments: This bait is an all around good bait. It has a really good action, dives perfect, and it's at a great price! I've caught crappie, bass, and even a bluegill on this thing! Highly recommend

From: Chris: Oklahoma City, OK 5/29/14

Comments: Absolutely amazing action in the water! Dives just right, beautiful hooksets, has now become my go to when nothing else is working because I've used everything else in my box on that particular day which is roughly 200 to 300 lures. Sweet, Sweet crank. Crankalicious. This crankbait won't leave you Flat Broke. All the qualities of a $20 to $30 crank for $5.99 plus shipping unless you buy 9 of them which puts you at the limit for free shipping. Way to go Bill Norman and thank you Tackle Warehouse.

From: Todhe: OH 5/23/14

Comments: My go to swimbait. I used the bull bream first. Out of water it looks kinda cheesy. Once in the water it looks just like a bream and the more grass that it picks up, the more realistic it looks.Swim it slow and steady near grass and bass will crush it every time.

From: Greg: AL

Comments: I'm really impressed with the action of this bait , i hopin it will be good when the fish are shallow

From: Lucas: Glasgow, KY

Comments: I am very impressed.  I used it for the first time today.  Caught two nice fish.  One around 3 pounds and another around 5.  Looks like a swimbait coming through the water.

From: Jim: Woodstock, GA

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