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Panther Martin®'s extraordinary fish-catching ability has been proven time and time again in their more 37 years of fishing experience. This spinnerbait's weighted body makes it a true countdown lure and ensures it casts like a bullet. Because its blade is directly mounted to the shaft, the Spinner spins easier and faster. Super sharp hooks keep fish caught!
Panther Martin® The Sonic® Spinner Spinnerbait
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
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
A Killer Lure
I have been using Panther Martins for trout for so long I can't remember when I started. It is so good that it is the only trout lure I have used for the last five or six years. If there are fish in the water where you are, they will go for it. I use it, my sons use it, and now my grandsons are using it too. Believe me, it works; and you don't have to be an expert angler to successfully use it. I recommend it to every spin fisherman I run into. Years ago while fishing the Colorado River near Radon, Colorado, we passed a father and son couple who were not catching anything. My son gave them one of his Panther Martins, and they immediately started catching trout. A true story! Try it, you'll more than like it, you'll love it.
August 1, 2012
Great lure, the silver , on silver tear drop bodies " not stainless steel " seem to work best for me mostly on trout, plus they cast farther than the rest of the types. use 1/4 oz silver on silver
June 20, 2012
I have had a great luck with the silver blade with the yellow body with red spots. I guess it mimics in some way roe. They used to make it with a red body and yellow dots (I'm talking 1980s) but that never worked! I repainted them to yellow with red dots. I fish ultralight 1/16 in moderate waters but 1/32 oz in higher smaller streams for smaller trout. That lure has caught many a meal in a very short time.
I've caught a ton of trout on a rainbow Holographic. 3/8 oz. will catch some big fish. I have also caught good size fish on 1/4 oz. The silver/blue holographic w/ deluxe body is also a ture trout killer.
I use the 1/16 and 1/8 oz . size! The rivers and ponds that I fish are small to tiny! Depending on time of year determines what size I use! In the spring I start with the 1/16, and work my way up to the 1/8 size when needed. As the season goes by, I usually fish the 1/8 size! Now depending on the size of body of water you fish, and the dept, size of forage, will determine the size of lure to use.
Hi - I have found that the small sizes are the best for trout. Even big trout seem to like the small sizes fished fast. With the bigger sizes, you will get trout but other species will get to the lure first!
This depends on where you are fishing. If you are fishing tiny streams for small native trout, size 0 is by far the best. For normal sized streams, #1 is typically best. For large streams and rivers, #2 is usually best. I've never used anything larger than that to catch any of the 16,000+ trout that I've caught.
I can't say if it's better for bass or not, but for trout, in my case Brooke trout, I have found that a spinner without the fly works best! I have caught trout with both, but undressed spinner seem to work best for me! May be the location, different forage in my area, but one thing is sure! Panther martin spinners work very well!
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