Storm Original ThinFin
Storm Original ThinFins have an erratic darting action produced by long sides and deep body. These lures are shallow running crankbaits great for a variety of game fish. The body shape and action imitates many forage fish such as shad, shiners and herring. The pronounced scale patterns give the lure added flash attracting more gamefish. Great for use on bass, walleye and other gamefish.
- Original Storm design
- Deep body and flat sides
- Darting action
- Pronounced flash
- Imitates baitfish
- Qty. per pack: 1
Ratings & Reviews
by chuck -
good on points,flats and humps. mimics baitfish well.
by ToothDr -
Excellent swimming action and great lure for walleye!
Great spring walleye bait
by JJ -
While these are not commonly used as walleye baits, we gave them a shot during the spring opener on Green Bay and they were hottest bait. They are perfect for running in shallower waters and provide a unique action. They are great choice when forage is smaller.
Why No Rattles ??
by BillP -
Promoted by the Mfr as return of the "original" which had rattles but these do not . Fall steelhead prefer rattles. And the Deep Rattlin' model goes to deep for rivers.
Good success lure
by Cup -
Have caught some big smallmouth bass with this lure
by Sandflea -
Great little menhaden/shad immitation with excellent action.
too much fun
by big smallie -
I look forward to using this lure, as I had great success last season on the hot tiger color. Great action, and bass hit it hard.
These are just like the originals with new colors...
by Paul of Harrisburg -
Contrary to one reviewer who said the originals had rattles, they did not have rattles. These lures are the same as the original ones, but have sexier color patterns. I have caught bass consistantly with these thinfins for years, and am glad to have them back again!!
Shallow water go-to
by Steve -
Was reminded last summer during extreme shallow-water walleye bite what a great performer the ol' Thin Fin was. So, when time came to restock and add a new color or two, FishUSA was my choice. Choice of sizes and colors is very good--as is price! Have used Thin Fins for probably 40 years when situation called for them. Just remember to sharpen the hooks before using.
by DonM -
I've been using this lure since the 1970s to fish for black bass. It's the best single lure for bass, I have in my tackle box.
by tommygun 53 -
this is a excellent lure, have caught 6 different spicies of fish with this lure. has great action in the water
Nice action, and loud
by Chow -
Hit a bass and walleye within a few minutes of trolling this bait. Looks a little goofy but definitely works.
by fisherbill -
Have great action, seem to hold up well against pike & walleye
Great for Early Spring Salmon Fishing
by Big Rand -
We used these in early spring trolling shallow water for salmon/trout in Lake Huron. Caught a lot of nice Coho and Kings on them. Will be stocking up this season
the best lure i've ever had!!!!
by tirouge -
great quality, best color, big fish!!! :)
by Walleye slayer -
the guide and several outdoor writers recommended this lure. I purchased the blue and the orange ones that go to 10ft. Worked great. Will try other colors. I wish that Storm would develope one that runs 20 or 30 ft when the walleyes are deep.
Just what I needed!!
by Ona Whim -
Just bought one to try for walleye and trout in shallow water river below dam. Caught several rainbows, some brooks and one brown!! No walleye. Will purchase more.
by Marky -
Ive ben useing the thin fin lure now for 35yrs on walleye pike in oneida lake, Ny, and i still works today, thanks
by River runner -
This lure is great caught five largemouth first time using largest was 5 pound . Don't hesitate to buy .
Awesome Lure, just can not get them local where I live.
I have been using these for fifty years, caught Walleye, Trout, Northern Pike, Corvina, Sand Bass, makeral. I probably could go on. The new ones seem to be as well made and fish as easily as the old ones. Love them.
Uh, Storm Warning
by Dane County
I like the bait ... I caught a northern on it within the first 30 min. of use. Unfortunately, both trebles ended up bent from the first catch. I got most back into shape, but one still has an odd, drop to it. These things happen I know, but, first catch? A 20-22" northern? I like Storm Searchbaits, however, I'm having second thoughts about their hard baits.