Penn Battle II Spinning Fishing Reel
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- Durable, high-range spinning reel ideal for conquering big saltwater gamefish
- Full metal body, sideplate, and rotor and heavy-duty aluminum bail wire offer exceptional durability
- HT-100 carbon fiber drag system provides powerful drag without sacrificing smoothness
- Fluid cranking with 5 sealed stainless steel ball bearings and instant anti-reverse bearing
- Superline spool requires no backing, is braid ready, and has line capacity rings marked at 1/3, 2/3, and full capacity
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At a Glance:
- Rugged, high-range fishing reel withstands tough saltwater conditions
- Full metal construction offers exceptional durability and leverage
- HT-100 carbon fiber drag system delivers powerful, smooth drag
- 5 stainless steel ball bearings and an anti-reverse bearing ensure fluid cranking
- Suitable for use with Berkley or Spiderwire Superline
Penn Battle II Spinning Reel
The Penn Battle II Spinning Reel offers the power, casting range, and durability you need to conquer big saltwater gamefish. From the full metal construction to the heavy-duty aluminum bail wire, each component of this rugged fishing reel is designed to help you land your catch. The reel's HT-100 Versa-Drag carbon fiber drag system delivers powerful yet smooth drag, while its instant anti-reverse bearing helps eliminate pullback while you're reeling. And thanks to five sealed stainless steel ball bearings, this spinning reel ensures smooth operation and performance during fierce saltwater battles.
Rugged Full Metal Design Engineered for Tough Fights
Crafted from durable materials, this saltwater reel resists corrosion and is built to withstand years of punishing use. The reel's full metal body, sideplate, and rotor maintains flawless gear alignment under extreme levels of pressure, giving you added leverage when you're in the heat of battle.
HT-100 Drag System for Silky-Smooth Drag
The Battle II Spinning Reel's HT-100 Versa Drag system remains cool and supple under heavy loads, giving you the finesse and power needed to subdue a variety of hard-pulling fish species. This innovative drag system utilizes both sides of each drag washer to deliver forceful yet smooth drag across the entire drag curve. Additionally, each drag washer is treated with a proprietary grease to ensure long-lasting performance.
Fluid Cranking with Stainless Steel Ball Bearings
The Battle II Spinning Fishing Reel ensures reliable operation and buttery-smooth cranking with its five stainless steel ball bearings. An instant anti-reverse bearing helps eliminate rotor backplay, so you can set the hook and then reel in your catch without interruption.
Superline Spool with Convenient Line Capacity Rings
The spool is fitted with a rubber gasket that prevents the Superline from slipping under pressure, meaning anglers can use braided line without a monofilament backing. And thanks to line capacity rings marked at 1/3, 2/3, and full capacity, you can see how much line is remaining at a glance.
About Penn: Let the Battle Begin
Founded in 1932, Penn has stood at the forefront of reel design and innovation for decades. Passion and knowledge are what set Penn apart, and the company's love for fishing has made it one of the first choice for generations of saltwater anglers. From reels to rods and beyond, Penn creates products that endure a lifetime of use and offer best-in-class performance. So, whether you're a novice angler or eyeing a world record catch, there's a Penn product to help you perform flawlessly and emerge triumphant.
|Penn Battle II Spinning Reel, 2000||Penn Battle II Spinning Reel, 2500||Penn Battle II Spinning Reel, 3000||Penn Battle II Spinning Reel, 4000||Penn Battle II Spinning Reel, 5000||Penn Battle II Spinning Reel, 6000|
|Mono capacity (yd/lb)||240/4; 180/6; 125/8||255/6; 175/8; 140/10||200/8; 165/10; 120/12||270/8; 220/10; 165/12||225/12; 200/15; 135/20||335/15; 230/20; 210/25|
|Braid capacity (yd/lb)||210/8; 180/10; 165/15||240/10; 220/15; 160/20||250/15; 180/20; 130/30||360/15; 260/20; 185/30||420/20; 300/30; 240/40||490/30; 390/40; 335/50|
|Max drag||10 lbs||12 lbs||15 lbs||15 lbs||25 lbs||25 lbs|
Arm yourself for the most punishing saltwater battles with the Penn Battle II Spinning Fishing Reel. Crafted from durable materials and packed with fish-fighting features, this saltwater reel is engineered to catch fish year after year. From the full metal body, sideplate, and rotor to the five sealed stainless steel ball bearings, each component is designed to help you land your catch. The reel's HT-100 Versa-Drag carbon fiber drag system leverages both sides of each drag washer to provide maximum drag, and its instant anti-reverse bearing eliminates pullback so you reel without interruption. Additionally, the drag washers are treated with a proprietary grease to ensure long-lasting performance. Suitable for use with Berkley or Spiderwire Superline, the spool is fitted with a rubber gasket that prevents the Superline from slipping under pressure--meaning anglers can use braided line without a monofilament backing. And thanks to its line capacity rings, the spool displays at a glance how much line is remaining.
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Replacement Penn Battle II 2000 was no better, at least I was prepared I brought my Pflueger President 6930 and fished all day with it. Better reel cost less.
Update: I fixed the binding issue in the reel after some careful disassembly and reassembly with Penn lube on the drive shaft, but have encountered another problem that I've yet to have happen in the Shimanos I fish with. The main drive gear (Part #8 in the schematic) has had teeth sheared off. Penn reps in forums say it's from reeling against pressure on a fish instead of pumping, but my frustration is that my Shimanos, Okumas, and Fin-Nors don't do that. No reel is impervious to breakage, and I really want to buy Penn, but I'll never buy another one. I've had a 750, a 4500, and two Senators. The older spinning reels were pretty durable, but not smooth, and the conventional Senators were terrible. They require a full rebuild every year, and I even had one of them lock up after not even being fished that year, the gears just seized sitting in the garage. A TLD series shimano is a much better reel for the money, then Senators, and the 4000-series offerings from Shimano, Daiwa, and Okuma are far better than the stuff Penn is selling. It's too bad, because they have a great history. -Never again.