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Gear Ratio Other specs Quantity Price & availability

CQR5000

Left/Right

4.8:1

Line Capacity:
12/250

Braid Capacity:
15/350

Ball Bearings:
10+1

Max Drag:
22 Lbs.

Recovery:
31.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
14.6
  • EAS™ (Easy Access System)
  • Eternal Alloy™ spool lip
  • Superline Spool™
  • Patented one-piece machined aluminum gear box
  • Forged anodized aluminum spool
  • Machine cut alloy main gear
  • HT-100™ drag washers
  • 10 shielded stainless steel ball bearings
  • Instant anti-reverse

PENN's Conquer Saltwater Spinning Reels are ready to rumble with EAS™ (Easy Access System) that lowers the maintenance hatch to access key internal parts for maintenance and lubrication, Eternal Alloy™ spool lip that resists dents and scratches, Superline Spool™, patented one-piece machined aluminum gear box, forged anodized aluminum spool, machine cut alloy main gear, HT-100™ drag washers, 10 shielded stainless steel ball bearings, and instant anti-reverse.

Line recovery in inches per handle turn.

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Real Good Reel I have used a PENN Conquer 5000 for 3 seasons salmon fishing in Puget Sound as well as Tarpon fishing in the Gulf of Mexico. I also have used a PENN Conquer 4000 for 2 seasons fishing for Snook and Redfish in the Ten Thousand Islands. I recently purchased a second model 4000. I have had no problem casting and the drag is excellent. They are also very easy to clean and maintain. However, when you inadvertently drop one overboard they do sink pretty fast. March 24, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by two thumbs down This reel felt great, well balanced, operated fine for one 4 day inshore saltwater fishing trip, and was never closer than 3 feet to the water, and never dunked. Following my return the reel was well rinsed and sprayed with reel magic. The next month I returned to my inshore fishing hoping to meet up with the drum... the reel was very stiff to turn. I placed it in in my cuddy and used my back up rod the remainder of the trip. After coming home from my trip, I removed the line spool and the shaft was completely corroded and the handle would not rotate at all at this point. The reel was 35 days old...Bass Pro provided a refund...but I have to say this reel may be fine in fresh water , I expected its corrosion resistance to be as good as my 450 ssg December 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love it! bought this reel back in april with high hopes. had talked to a few people regarding peen reels. they said i wouldnt be dissappointed. got to use it for the first time finally and i was very impressed. caught 2 refish back to back with this baby, each one ranging from 35 to 40 pounds each. drag worked very well and when they were done running. i power housed them in with this bad boy. very impressed by this reel with 40 pound power pro braid. June 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great reel the best! I have always liked penn reels! But this ones tops cause you can maintain it . It allows you to keep things well oiled and working like new!! October 5, 2012
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reel is both right and left handed. Comes shipped with out the crank installed. you get to decide which side you want or need it on. i am a lefty myself so this was important for me to be able to have the option of putting it on the left side.
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Yes the handel is reversible to the right or left side.
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It can be switched over
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where is this reel made

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It is made in China.
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rear door water tight?

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With the easy access door, is there a possibility of saltwater intrusion into the reel gears ? If the screw is loose doesn't that open the rear of the reel to water and dirt ?
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I know two people who have used this reals since their introduction and the "trap door" has never accidentally swung open. Even with minimal care and saltwater abuse I hear that these reels are still pretty bullet proof.

Can sand get in? Yes, absolutely if the door is open but this reel can withstand a "dunk" better than most.

There are more abuse resistant reels on the market, like the Daiwa Black Gold but this comes at the expense of tighter tolerances and smoother operation.

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Apply a thin coat of a good reel lube along the boarder of the cover, while you have it open for service. Button it up and you should be good to go for a while.
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one reel.
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I found a site that listed the max drag at 14.5 Kilograms, so rough math would put that at 30 pounds.

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32 pounds Max drag on the 7000 model
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small screw on top
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The maintenance hatch is held closed by a screw down.
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with a retaining screw
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With a small screw
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Opens by a single screw at the base just above the handle.
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Exclusive to the Conquer reel is the EAS™ (Easy Access System). A single screw secures a rear hatch that when open provides full access to the gearbox making it easier than ever to service and lubricate gears and bearings. This allows anglers to provide quick maintenance in the field or while travelling, and makes it possible to get back to fishing when you don't necessarily have all the tools to completely break down the reel for service.

You can see the screw in the photo on the Bass pro web site of the Conquer Reel.
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