Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 75
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bingoman1 Best Opening Day Of Trout Ever!
A man at my old job asked me what I was going to use for opening day of trout season a few years back, I told him usually I start off with worms and then probably a salmon egg or two, finish it off with Power Bait, he said no no no use a "Panther Martin spinner chartreuse color trust me, that's all I use!" So I picked up the spinner he said was amazing, the first 2 minutes of Trout season I had caught my limit of 5. Almost every cast was a trout, it was by far the best trout fishing I have ever done. I'm going to get a bigger size this year and go for bass!
March 7, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Troutrageous The BEST Spinner there is!
This is BY FAR the best spinner I've ever used. Doesn't matter what I'm fishing for - trout, panfish, smallmouth bass, they all hit this lure without fail. It's gotta be the flash and noise these give off. My favorite for small trout is the 1/32 rainbow pattern. I've even had some fun with Bream using a slightly larger all-silver spinner fishing Florida canals. I'm telling you, if all else fails, this will catch fish.
July 5, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by Boltman3772 Not Disappointed
I live in San Diego, CA. I was raised in the Imperial Valley east of here, where my fishing consisted of irrigation canal fishing. My freinds & I drive the 2 hours to fish these canals. I have used these Panther Martin Spinnerbait in a variety of colors. My greatest success has been come while using the black w/yellow dots & the yellow. The small & largemouth bass are very aggressive on hitting these lures. I have always loved the Panther Martin lures.
December 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Marabou11 The perfect river fishing lure
If there ever was a perfect lure to fish in a river, this is the one. Because the shaft runs through the center of the blade, it spins as soon as it lands in the water without any effort. I have caught trout, walleye and smallmouth with this spinner. I use the silver, gold and chartreuse colors and I tie, on the treble hook, some marabou feathers.
October 5, 2013