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Free Offer PENN Levelwind Reel with Line Counter

   

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209LC

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3.2:1

Line Capacity:
20/320

Max Drag:
10 Lbs.

Recovery:
19" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
19
  • $69.99

  • SKU: 1554348

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One of the most popular trolling reels of all time, PENN®'s dependable Levelwind Reel with Line Counter is ready for a fight. Built lightweight and durable, this PENN Reel's extremely accurate line counter makes finding the strike zone quick and easy. With a price that can not be beat and power to spare, this PENN Levelwind Reel is perfect for stripers, salmon and other hard-charging gamefish.

  • Lightweight composite side plates
  • Precision-machined stainless steel pinions
  • Counter-balance handle with oversized paddle knob
  • Brass main gear
  • Accurate line counter
  • Stainless steel levelwind
PENN Levelwind Reel with Line Counter 4.3 5 14 14
Have Penn 309's After using my Penn 309's purchased in 1988 for Lake Superior Fishing until 1991 when I had to sell my lake boat due to a job layoff. I kept 3 down-rigger poles and the Penn reels Last year got back to a bigger boat and back out in the lake fishing again and still using them with a fresh wrap of line. I started using dipsy divers and have the need for line counters now it was a " No brainer" to buy the Penn real in the 209 line counter. I am looking forward to many years of usage from all my Penn Reals. March 9, 2013
excellent i dont have the penn 209 with the line counter. i never had any problems with my penn reels . maybe every 2 years i replace the worm and pawl but thats it... for the price of these reels u cant beat them August 2, 2009
Penn Level Wind Reel with Line Counter enjoying my purchase,"This reel follows the other Penns...Dependable and rugged. Gets the job done well. I have always used them trolling August 11, 2011
Battle Proven Performers These simple strong 1940's reels are timeless proven performers for me and several fellow anglers.My brother used my 9m to catch over 100 sturgeon on the Columbia River out of Astoria ,Oregon.In August 2003 I recaught my friend's lost salmon .It had swam away dragging his chain stringer upstream.Two hours later my single hook on a ten foot leader hooked that stringer,and recaught that runaway fish!This was on the Rogue River at Galice,Oregon.Penn 9 M Fenwick rod Maxima 20 lb.mono. December 20, 2014
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Turn off the clicker.
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I'll be trolling for bluefish and striper in one of the Chesapeake Bay estuaries, What weight line is recommended?
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I would use 30 to 60 lb. braid for trolling.
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8 to 12 pound test line is common when targeting bluefish in the 1 to 3 pound range, while 20 pound test and matched tackle may be the choice when targeting larger bluefish.

Striper- Typical line is 10-20 pound test monofilament line.
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No it does not.
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FYI- No, we do not have a left hand at this time.
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Yes it does have a clicker.
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The 209's have a loud clicker.
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This reel is ligher and the gear ratio is 3.2:1. The Penn® GT2 gear ratio is 4.3:1 and has HT-100 powered drag system.
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Need a reel for lead core line
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I use mine with both lead core and braided copper wire both work well with this reel.
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Yes, Level winds work best and line counters are a big plus when using lead core line.
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