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.

November 2018
Brown Trout

I was fishing the last day of Trout season in Wisconsin on a Creek 15 minutes from my home called Rowan Creek. I was about to call it a day when i hooked into a 21 brown, I did not have a net on me so i had to beach it :)

Matthew Seiler

October 2018
Brown Trout

Had great luck trolling this lure near Meeker, CO for trout & crappie. Decided to try it on a 'secret' (wink) area of the White river. Wham! This bad boy hit the lure like there was no tomorrow. Caught pikeminnow & humpback chub same lure.

Lyn Riffel

September 2018
Dolly Varden

We drifted a river stating in Montana and then into Idaho when I hooked into a monster Dolly Varden also known as a Bull Trout. Since the current was fairly rapid, it took a while to land the trophy. It was releases immediately.

matt roetter

August 2018
Rainbow Trout

My dog and I caught this great trout up at Willow Springs lake on the Mogollon rim in Arizona. I switched from my usual favorite color to this hammered lure with the orange body and the first cast got this nice fish. Panther Martins always come thru.

Brandon Gorzynski

July 2018
Largemouth Bass

I caught him on my 2nd cast with a Panther Martin Teardrop. Thanks for helping a dad keep his teenage son wanting to fish & off his cell phone & giving this dad bragging rights for the day.

Banyan Long

June 2018

After catching several nice 16-20 inch Splake and Tiger trout I finally hooded into this 24" monster at Fish Lake in the beautiful Utah Mountains.

Jason Simpson

May 2018
Rainbow Trout

10 year old Landon Fisher of Johnstown, PA landed a 26 inch rainbow trout on the opening day of trout season using a panther martin spinner on Four Mile Run in Ligonier, Pa.

We threw the fish back so did not capture weight (guessed above)

Jim Fisher

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

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