Trophy Contest Winners

Meet the Past Winners of the Panther Martin Trophy Fish Contest - Upload a photo of your best Panther Martin Catch and win $50 in free lures if we choose your photo.

April 2018
Rainbow Trout

Summertime in California means hot!

The best way to beat the heat is to load up the dogs and head to the mountains to camp with my family and chase big fish in small streams with a #6 PMRSAL-G spinner.

The red stripe blade works awesome!

Anthony Tavolazzi

March 2018
Brown Trout

I love Panther Martins! This brown was special because it was with my son on our traditional Fathers Day float down a beautiful stretch of the Missouri River near Craig, M.T. I pulled this guy in towards the end of the float topping off a great day.

John Rue

February 2018
Brown Trout

I was using a blue and silver holographic targeting small bass. I hooked into this brown after casting into a deep pool. Since browns aren't common in this creek, it was very rare. And for it being the size it was, it made a fish of a lifetime

Harry Day

January 2018
Brown Trout

Caught my biggest brown trout of my life this year! New spot using a new lure. PM Silver/Blue/Red is my go to trout spinner and it paid off!

Jack Buchner

December 2017
Catfish

Caught this catfish at indian boundary lake in tellico tn. Panther Martins are truely the ultimate fish catcher.

Dustin Painter

November 2017
Rainbow Trout

This beast measured 31.5 in, 20 in girth, and an estimated 15 lbs. The rainbow breaks the state record in WI by 2 inches, and 2.5 lbs! All my biggest trout, and now a STATE RECORD BREAKER, have come off the Deluxe Gold Fly PM!

Ben Halfen

October 2017
Brook Trout

We backpacked as a family with Cody age 7 to a high mountain lake along the Continental Divide of Colorado. Cody tore up the Cutthroat trout with your spinners. Keep making these amazing lures.

Cody Maurer

September 2017
Largemouth Bass

I was fishing at a local pond using the panther martin swim bait for the first time and on the second cast landed a nice size bass. My pole was a ultra light using only 6lbs test line.

Mark Roper

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