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10'

Line Weight:
12-20 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 4 oz.

Model:
TS1220C10

11'

Line Weight:
15-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
2 - 6 oz.

Model:
TS1530C11

12'

Line Weight:
20-40 lbs.

Lure Weight:
4 - 10 oz.

Model:
TS2040C12
  • Ultra-tough, surf-ready rods
  • TRC™ (Torque Rod Construction
  • 100% graphite two-piece blank
  • Full spiral graphite wrap
  • Rugged Pacific Bay® titanium-coated stainless steel guides
  • Lightweight Fuji® seat
  • Cork-tape grips for secure handling

These ultra-tough, surf-ready rods sport PENN's proprietary TRC™ (Torque Rod Construction), consisting of a premium 100% graphite two-piece blank with full spiral graphite wrap for unyielding strength and dependability. Fitted with rugged Pacific Bay® titanium-coated stainless steel guides, lightweight Fuji® seat, and cork-tape grips for secure handling in all conditions

Guide number includes tip.

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 12' Penn Torque casting Great casting rod.Really got a nice solid backbone.I use it for 8+bait and it gets it out there admirably.It's a real workhorse.The titanium coated guides are a real plus too.Definitely a good deal for the money!!! December 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Penn Surf Rod Tried this rod. 1st attempt at a bait caster for the surf--rod. A friend has the expensive spread rod & Abu tricked out reel. I matched this rod with an Ikios reel & the rod cast very, very well. My friend casted the combo farther than with his much more expensive set up. The rod is great quality. Time will tell if it holds up, but I think it will. Very pleased with this purchase! November 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Surf Rod I bought the 12 footer with a avet sx for some big cats and some cobia. And ths deadly combo can cast easliy over 100 yards. This was my best purchase in years! June 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Rod I use the 11 foot model for Texas Gulf coast fishing. I really like the feel, balance, and quality construction of this rod compared to some others I own. I have the rod matched with a Penn Fathom 25N and found that this combination performs best with braided lines due to the small (top quality) line guides. I am not a fan of braided lines at all, however, I spooled the reel with some the first time I used the setup. After the first bird's nest, I abruptly removed the braid and replaced it with a quality 20 lb. test copolymer line. The copolymer line doesn’t cast as far but it performs just fine for my needs. I use a 50 lb. test braid shock leader with a 3 - 4 oz weights and I’m getting a reasonable distance of about 100 – 120 yards. I have other 10 - 12 foot surf casting rods that casts farther but I love the feel and backbone of the Penn rod. I’ve only caught one decent size fish with the setup so far, a 6 - 7 pound gafftop sail catfish (very powerful, fun fish to catch). The thing is, I hardly felt any resistance while reeling it in--the rod barely flexed at all. I think this says a lot about the power and backbone of this rod and reel combination. Overall, the Penn 11 foot Torque rod and 25N with copolymer line will serve as my go-to setup whenever the bite is on. May 29, 2012
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how long is the handle on the 11' model???
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From bottom of reel seat to end of handle is 27 ½” and from top of reel seat to top of handle is 8 3/4”.
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I am looking for advice to set up an 11' Penn torque with a reel. I am looking torward the diawa saltist black gold in the 40 size STTBG40H. I surf cast in newengland for stripers and this would be a bait soaker mostly. Budget keeps me at or under $200.
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Saltist would match up nicely or a Penn Fathom or Squall in the 30 size.
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Is this a baitcaster Rod?

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In the Q&A section, some guy recommended a Spinning Reel for this rod. Does it work with both or something?
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Rod is for a bait casting reel not a spinning reel.
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If the serial # contains C10 or C12 thats for casting. The spinning rods will contain S10 or S12.
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TS1530C11
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I would Reccomend an Avet SX or even a Big game Abu Would match well.
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A Daiwa Emblem Pro, size depending on your fishing conditions, I personally use the 5000 with 50lb Power Pro Slick 8
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culd this handle any sharks, nd if so whts tha maximum size of tha shark this rod can handle?
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Yes The twelve foot model could handle some sharks up to 6 feet long
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I personally dont use it for sharks, but some of my buddies do. They catch brown sharks anywhere from 50 to 150lbs, just make sure you have some line on the reel!
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Yes. I have caught several black tip sharks so far in the 5' ft range. I believe I can increase the reel capicity by changing models to say a 6/0 Penn then I could handle any shark.
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would not try to land anything over 40 50 lbs with this rod /on the beach
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Yes. Question would be your line.
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