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Penn Battle II Spinning Reel, 6000

$97.19


PENN Battle II Spinning Reels | West Marine

The Penn Battle 6000 Spinning Reel would be recommended for anyone who wishes to fish the coastal waters or the inlets of the low country. The overall package of this spinning reel has an excellent balance and is strong while still having a smooth action.

The Penn Battle BTL6000 Spinning Reel gives the angler the advantage, producing catches instead of just hook ups. The full metal one-piece body and sideplate maintain precise gear alignment under heavy loads. And on the inside are more fishing fighting features like the Techno- balanced rotor that provides a smooth retrieve and won't compress under load. Six shielded stainless steel ball bearings plus an anti-reverse bearing add to the performance. The main shaft is stainless steel for added corrosion protection and durability. The Penn Battle BTL6000 Spinning Reel is available at J&H Tackle.

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This is the Penn Battle 6000 BTL6000 Spinning reel that holds 220 yds of 20 lb. mono or 445 yds of 30 lb braid with a speed of 5.6:1. The Battle features a full metal body and sideplates, preventing reel torque and maintaining precise gear alignment under extreme loads. The machined and anodized aluminum spool of the Penn Battle 6000 is braid ready. The Penn Battle BTL6000 spinning reel offers Infinite anti-reverse, and the Technobalanced™ graphite rotor gives saltwater anglers the smooth retrieve they demand.

When he casts to cobia, Helmkamp uses stout spinning outfits: a 7-foot Nathan Pruitt custom rod rated 30 to 60 pounds, paired with a Penn Battle 6000 reel filled with 80-pound braid with a 4-foot leader of 60- to 80-pound fluorocarbon. Some rods are rigged with 2- or 3-ounce orange, white, pink or brown Bomber Cobia Jigs tipped with squid, squid strips or large grubs that have been liberally sprayed with scent, while some have an 8/0 circle hook baited with a live eel.Â