Penn® Levelwind Reel with Line Counter
- 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Upnort 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by servicedl 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by dogwash Great Salmon Reel Used the Penn Level Wind Reel with Line Counter while trolling for salmon on at the mouth of the Columbia River in Oregon. Guide recommended a line count for each of four anglers and we were right on target with our depths. Limited out on Salmon and no line tangles. Amazing experience with a great reel. April 12, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by CTK4143 Durible Utility Reel No, I have not used my Penn reels yet. Since I live in Michigan, I plan to wait until the ice melts off the big lake before I venture out after salmon,steelhead and brown trout. The reels were received in a timely fashion and in excellent condition. i am sure I will be ordering other items as the spring arrives. I will provide you some feedback after I have fished with the reels. I have fished with Penns in the past and have always found them to perform well January 18, 2011
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Details:I'll be trolling for bluefish and striper in one of the Chesapeake Bay estuaries, What weight line is recommended?
A: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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