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PENN Fierce Saltwater Spinning Reel

   

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Model Gear Ratio Other specs Quantity Price & availability

FRC4000

6.2:1

Line Capacity:
10/230

Braid Capacity:
20/275

Ball Bearings:
4+1

Recovery:
34.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
12.5
  • $59.99

  • SKU: 1747432

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Tear 'em up with this frighteningly powerful new reel from Penn®. Solid metal body keeps gears aligned even when under load, while the Fierce™ Spinning Reel's four stainless steel bearings, Techno-Balanced™ spool, machined-aluminum handle and Soft Touch knob together facilitate smooth, consistent retrieves. Model FRC2000 comes with a sleek, low-profile handle knob.

  • Solid metal body
  • Four stainless steel bearings
  • Infinite anti-reverse
  • Techno-Balanced™ spool
  • Machined-aluminum handle
  • Soft Touch knob

Line recovery in inches per handle turn.

Penn® Fierce™ Saltwater Spinning Reels 4.8 5 63 63
Excellent Product Best saltwater spinning for the money. I fought a 5ft bull-shark for almost 1 hour, finally tiring it out and bringing it in. The reel handled superbly and its drag was as smooth as it could be. Nice job BPS for offering low prices on quality products, and not to mention the best customer services. September 14, 2012
Great Performance Bought this reel to replace a shimano I had purchased last year and the performance was excellent.Used it at the beachand never failed one time. I will buy at least 2 more to replace other reels. Great Product!!! August 29, 2012
Great Reel i use this reel to fish in the red sea (Egypt) it was really great and smoth ,the only thing i face is it was not that smoth at the begining cuz of the grease inside it but after using it it beacome great i like it ,it tough reel and not very expensive August 17, 2012
Not what i wanted i bought the penn fierce and when i opened it i thought it was going to be much bigger,but it came to small. its a good reel but the ratio that i got its not meant for saltwater so i use it for freshwater August 1, 2012
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no, it does not.
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its a feature in the reel that keep the rotor in its place and never move back .that helps for fighting big fish and in jigging fishing.
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I am looking for a reasonably priced spinning reel that will be able to catch surface fish (kelp bass, calico bass). I also want it to be able to do some deep (150 to 300 feet) fishing for rock cod or California sculpin (so I don't have to change my rod and reel). Is this a good choice, and which model would suffice? 5000 or 6000?
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I have a 5000 I use to catch smaller sharks. I usually fish flats so I have never tried using it that deep. I'd maybe go for the 6000 since your fishing so deep.
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i also have a 6'6" ugly stik with the 4000 size.
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For a medium heavy stick I would probably use either a Fierce 5000 or 6000. A 5000 will get the job done. I have a 4000 and you can fit up to 30 lbs braid, you really don't need more than that. The 7000 and 8000 are a lot bigger, definitely for the big fish so it would be a waste having that and not really using it to its potential.
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Starting to second guess my choice. wonder if the 5000 would have been way to go. No Bass Pro stores in my area, kind of a hassle to return.
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If the Fierce has a sealed drag, what is the difference in the Fierce and the more expensive Sargus?
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The Sargus was made as an affordable alternative to the Battle which is why they look alike. So the Sargus is a step down from the Battle, and the Fierce is a step down from the Sargus. But the Fierce is very well made. It is very affordable and has the all metal design just like the Sargus and higher scale Battle. If money is an issue do not feel bad getting a Fierce, it is great.
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The Fierce does have a sealed, waterproof drag. I believe the sargus just has more bearings. If you step up to the Penn Battle, it has a Carbon drag which will be a lot smoother.
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Need to know which reel size you all would recommend to pair with a 10' Ugly Stick Big Water for mostly surf fishing and a little pier fishing. Thinking 6000 - 7000. Thanks.
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6000 would be sufficient. use braid though to maximize line capacity. extra line is never a bad thing
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5000 would be enough but I would get the 6000 just to be safe
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was thinking the 5000 and pairing with a shakespeare ugly stick BWS1100 10" or would the 4000 with a BWS1100 8"0 be a better choice? i'm new to this and do a lot of fresh water fishing crappie and bass so would like some input from u guys. thinking fish for whats good eating flounder and spanish macks maybe sheepshead is supposed to be good eating
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I use the 3000 for macs all the time and I really like it. Since it is all metal they can get heavy. I have a 5000 and its just too big and heavy for inshore. The 4000 would be nice as well but I prefer the 3000. I use powerpro 15-20lb braid and it handles fish and small sharks like a champ.
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The 5000 would be the best. Overall amzing reel i got a sandshark in Buzzards bay along with some huge stripers.I would pair it with any 9'-11' medium to medium heavy spinning surf reel maybe a beefier one.
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I use the frc3000 on my frog setup for freshwater bass and it works great, a little heavy but I have muscles and I don't mind. I will probably end up getting the frc2000 for finesse fishing.
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i dont think its an over kill...just buy a small series.
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No, the smaller models would work great! not the 6000 though it is a little beefy! the 4000 would work great for bass!
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BIG water to be exact preferring 7 ft
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The frc 5000 is absolutely amazing for anything smaller than a Tuna but if I were in your position I would possibly get a 6000 ang put braid on it. Bass pro Shops will put the braid on it for free.
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i have the 5000 series with a 7' med heavy ugly stick and it a stud!!!
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