These reels are primarily made for the angler that is casting top water lures, casting off a beach or the angler who is traveling the world and needs a reel that can do it all. a great feature in these reels is that they are still IPX6 sealed, meaning they are sealed from water intrusion at all angles. Although not meant to be reeled underwater, these reels will give you the confidence to hold up in the roughest conditions.


KEY FEATURES:

Full Metal Body, sideplate, and rotor
CNC Gear™ technology 
IPX6 Sealed body and spool design
Sealed Slammer® drag system with Dura-Drag™
6+1 stainless steel bearing system


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KEY FEATURES:
High strength RR30 graphite body and rotor design
HT-100™ carbon fiber drag washers
CNC machined aluminum gear system
Slow Oscillation – Leveline System
7+1 sealed stainless steel ball bearing system
Line Capacity Rings  


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PENN® SLAMMER® III HS

The PENN® SLAMMER® III HS is an addition to the third generation of the SLAMMER® reels. They are the high speed versions, available only in two sizes (6500 & 8500). The 8500 has 50lb's of drag and has a ratio of 5.3:1 with 49.5 inches of line retrieval per turn of the handle. The 6500 has 40lb's of drag and has a ratio of 6.2:1 47 inches of line retrieval per turn of the handle. In the box, includes two reel handles: a 2oz jigging handle and its original football shaped handle. 

PENN® Conflict® II

The PENN® Conflict® II  is the lightest reel that PENN has designed to date. When compared to the original Conflict reel, it weighs about 20% less. It features a nylon, graphite body and rotor which makes it light yet still extremely durable. This feature also allows the reel to be corrosion resistant, which is a big plus for saltwater anglers. It consists of a black paint scheme, a smooth HT-100 carbon fiber drag system. Internally, the Conflict II has PENN’s CNC Gear Technology and superior quality stainless steel ball bearings. It contains the Superline Spool™ feature, which requires no backing when outfitting it with todays superlines.