Penn Prevail Surf Spinning Rod
|Price:||$62.87 - $131.30|
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- 2 piece graphite composite blank
- Graphite reel seat
- Stainless steel guides with aluminum oxide inserts
- Rubber shrink tube handles
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Whether you're soaking dead-bait in the surf or angling with heavy lures, the Penn Prevail Surf Spinning Fishing Rod offers the finesse, power, and high-friction grip needed to overcome hard-pulling fish. Constructed from two-piece graphite composite blanks, this surf rod offers a lightweight, sensitive feel while maximizing strength and pulling power. The stainless steel guides are equipped with aluminum oxide inserts, allowing anglers to use both braid and monofilament without worry of guide breakage. The rod also maintains a strong, responsive connection to the reel thanks to its stainless steel hood and DPS reel seat. And with its rubber shrink tube grips, it ensures a firm, high-friction handhold--even when the rod is slick with surf. Ideal for battling stripers, blues, and a variety of other species, this rod helps you perform at the top of your game.
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UPDATE and lowering of my ranking.
The 12' is rated for up to 10oz. I'm casting 5oz plus bait. the top section just cracked (actually two cracks) at the join. :(
Been in contact with Penn and been told that the same rod is not the same rod in different countries. I.e. this rod is different in New Zealand compare to US and in SA it is yet a different rod etc. So spare parts and replacement is impossible. And Penn apparently do NOT have world wide warranty. I still like the rods, but literally no Warranty outside US (when buying from Amazon US), I can only give it a two star.
(And I'm currently waiting for a new Rod from SA. :) )
Sorry for flip flopping...
As the "same" rod is different in many areas of the world, it is not always possible to obtain spare parts. At the end, I was offered a brand new rod for half the price. I got it yesterday. Exactly the same name, but it looks quite different. Unfortunately, the real seat is lower on the NZ rood. Penn, Please stop use fixed reel mounts on surfcasting rods aimed or the free spool/multiplier market. Sliding real seats are cheeper and allows the caster to put it exactly where the caster want it to be!