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Panther Martin UL Fishing Spinners Review

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Panther Martin Spinners for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $4. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use blade sizes 1, 2, 4, and 6.

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Product Specifications

Panther Martin spinners feature a heavy weight bodies that help you cast the lure like a bullet through the air and makes them an excellent lure for “counting it down” to the depth you think the fish are waiting in.  The razor sharp VMC or Mustad hooks are excellent for piercing through the mouths of tough jawed fish and keeping them hooked up while you retrieve the lure back to you.

The design of the lure features a shaft mounted blade that helps it rotate easier, and faster than on most other comparable inline spinners.  The shape of the blade provides a concave and convex curves to help send out sonic vibrations that help drive the fish crazy.

Colors Available

Panther Martin spinners feature a wide array of colors that mimic most styles of baitfish.  Their Holographic Deluxe line of spinners are available in Gold/Green, Gold/Orange, Gold/Red, Purple/Blue, Red/Orange, Silver/Blue, and Gold/Silver Holographic.  The holographic design helps reflect more light for use in dirty and heavily stained water.

The Deluxe line features a plain Gold, plain Silver, Gold/Black/Red Spotted, Orange/Red Speckled, Silver/Blue Striped/Red Speckled, and Yellow Speckled colors.  Panther Martin’s Regular line of spinners features a Black/White Zebra, Regular Gold, Regular Gold/Yellow, Regular Silver, and Regular Silver/Black.

How To Work Panther Martin Spinners

The design of the Panther Martin spinners allows you to make effortless casts into areas where you think fish are lying in wait for an easy meal.  Cast the spinner out and allow it to sink to your desired depth then begin to reel the lure back to you in a steady retrieve.  If you fail to get a bite you can try slowing down the retrieve, speeding it up, or retrieving the spinner in an erratic motion until you learn what speed the fish are looking for that day.

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