Storm Hot 'N Tot MadFlash
Storm Hot 'N Tot MadFlash lures offer the same classic Hot 'N Tot searching action and metal lip as the original but loaded with the latest fish catching innovations. Featuring detailed external scale patterns, classic and UV Bright finish choices, 3D holographic eyes and VMC premium black nickel hooksâ€¦ The fish won't know what hit 'em! These lures are great for salmon, trout and steelhead but are often used for targeting walleye and bass as well.
- Original erratic diving action
- Original Storm design, mold dimensions and metal lip
- External scale patterns
- Holographic, painted, chrome or UV finishes
- 3D holographic eyes
- Premium black nickel VMC hooks
- Qty. per pack: 1
Ratings & Reviews
Catches them all
Not just for walleye! I have caught Trout , Small mouth, and my PB Crappie, Perch and White bass on this incredible lure. The glow colors are my go to especially olive and molten steel. Awesome for trolling and casting. If you haven't tried these buy a half dozen, if you don't you will be back to order more!
Love the Mad Flash!
Have been using Hot 'N Tots for years, love the Mad Flash series! Just tried the Molten Steel and Tequila and they are great!!
by Retired2Hunt -
I used this Purple Fire UV Hot 'N Tot on my Northern Canada trip last year. I caught the most walleye and pike with this one lure. Just purchased several more just in case I lose the first plus also to share with others on the next trip.
These Lures Hooked King and Coho Salmon
by LongBeachFisherman -
On my second salmon trip of the year I was approached by a nice elderly gentleman that recommended these lures. So when I came home I ordered these from FishUSA and they came to my house so unbelievably quick. The price I paid here was the cheapest around. We had so many hookups with these lures but sadly lost all of them. I will definately by more of them next year.
by Chris -
These lures are great, some of the best walleye lures ever, they troll great and have great action. Ive never had luck with the "Fire UV" colors but the shad/shiner colors and purple and greens have been killers for me.