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3825, Penn reels|
Posted by Nufo, Sat Jul-28-12 10:32 AM
How many of you guys would roll with an American made Penn international if they were to update the design of there 955/965/975 as well as come out with leftys?
One good thing about this company is they listen to the consumer. Over the past few years they have made some great strides at making reels for the surf pluggers with both their high end USA reels and recently with the the lates version of the spin fisher which is in their competitively priced overseas products.
Anyway they are listening and I am talking. Checkout SOL they have a Penn forum where I started this thread. Let them hear it if you are interested.
3826, RE: Penn reels|
Posted by swimbait, Sun Jul-29-12 07:21 PM
Whatever the best 400 size reel on the market is, that's what I want to fish. If that's Penn, more power to them. I'll buy them when my CTE400's die. So far those reels have been pretty incredible.
What is SOL? I know the acronym but .. :) lol.
3827, RE: Penn reels|
Posted by Nufo, Sun Jul-29-12 10:50 PM
>Whatever the best 400 size reel on the market is, that's what
>I want to fish. If that's Penn, more power to them. I'll buy
>them when my CTE400's die. So far those reels have been
>What is SOL? I know the acronym but .. :) lol.
Stripers online. For me it's gotta be lefty. Love my Curado 301 D and 401 TE but always want better. This new 400D scares me with the plastic star I hope to hear some good things about it before I grab one.