Penn Senator Rod & Reel Combos
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Penn Senator Rod & Reel Combos

The Penn Senator reel, a long-time favorite amongst avid sportfisherman, is coupled with Penn's Slammer fishing rod to create a durable, conventional setup capable of handling large bottom fish as well as offshore species.

Each combo is perfectly balanced to minimize fatigue while providing superior leverage for handling even the largest fish.

These factory-matched combos can be used for all saltwater applications, especially bottom fishing for Grouper and/or trolling deep waters for Striper. Slammer's tubular graphite composite blank is outfitted with a Penn Senator reel which has a lightweight graphite frame, and a high-strength marine grade bronze alloy gear.

 
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Additional Features:

 

  • HT-100 drag washers provide smooth drag under heavy loads
  • Stainless steel frame rings enchance rigidity to prevent "frame flex"
  • Aluminum gimbal with cover

 

Product Number  PNN-91330  PNN-91464 
Reel   113H2  114H2 
Line Capacity (yds/lb)  440/30  450/50 
Rod  SL2050C66  SL3080C66 
Length   6ft 6in  6ft 6in 
Pieces 
Line Weight (lbs)  20-50   30-80 
BRAND: Penn
Type: Conventional Combos
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Penn Senator Rod & Reel Combos
 
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4.0

Worth the Price

By Bill Gallagher

from Boston, MA

Pros

  • Capable beyound design
  • Excellent drag settings
  • Soild construction

Cons

  • Lacks info for newbies

Best Uses

  • Newbie to almost expert

Comments about Penn Senator Rod & Reel Combos:

Rod tip must of bent to about a 40 degree angle. Lot of pressure on the rod. Back up and/or foward boat speed to keep up with the fish. Did this for about 10 minutes, then 50lbs line broke.

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