PENN® 309 Levelwind Reel/Mariner Boat Rod Combo
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- PENN 309 levelwind reel
- Machined and anodized-aluminum spool
- Machine-cut brass main gear
- Machined stainless steel pinion gear
- HT-100 drag washers
- Counter balanced handle with oversized paddle
- One-piece solid glass blank
- Graphite reel seat
- Eva grips
The classic, simple design of the PENN 309 levelwind reel has made it a reliable, go-to tool for all types of saltwater fishing. It’s a charter captain favorite due to its ability to do the job over and over again, with bigger and meaner fish than ever before. The PENN 309 features a rock-solid, machined, anodized-aluminum spool, with machine-cut brass main gear and machined stainless steel pinion gear. The smooth, powerful drag is built of HT-100 washers for long-term performance, and the counter-balanced power handle boasts a counterbalance to make hauling in a big fish or cranking in a rig to re-bait easier than ever.
PENN Mariner Boat Rods are all-purpose power-poles for appropriate for a range of nearshore and offshore fishing techniques. The solid fiberglass blank is as strong as it gets, with less weight than other solid blanks due to innovative new manufacturing techniques. The Mariner rod also features front and rear EVA foam grips for comfort and smooth yet durable guides with ceramic inserts.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by A0A0A0A0A0 PENN 309 REALS
WE HAVE BEEN USING PENN 309 REALS AN UGLY STICKS FOR OVER OVER 30 YEARS IN THE SF BAY AN OCEAN.THEY ARE GREAT FOR LARGE STURGEN AN STRIPPERS.I HAVE AT LEAST 5 REALS IM STILL USING THIS DAY.THAY ARE BY FAR THE BEST I HAVE EVER USED.THERE WAS ONE MONTH WE LANDED 39 KEEPERS / STURGENS.NOT ONE PROBLEM WITH PENN 309, REELS.GREAT FOR NIGHT FISHING WITH EXTRA LOUD CLICKER.
January 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by RetiredNavyMan Penn 309 Combo
This is perfect for wall fishing in Port Huron, MI where we use 2 lb. weights to hold the current in the St Clair River. Stiff enough rod for those big kings or whatever else comes along. The only thing you have to be careful with is the ceramic lined eyes. If you are using a stopper, be careful not to reel hard against the tip or you may break out the ceramic eyelet. Wound with 40 lb. test, I am ready for the big boys! Couldn't pass up the limited time free shipping.
May 30, 2013
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