Featuring a striking, all-black finish, the Penn Conflict Spinning Reel deliver ultra durable performance and super smooth functioning. Featuring an eight sealed bearing system (7+1), the Conflict has the corrosion resistance to tackle both saltwater and freshwater environments. Whether you’re fishing for bass or redfish, its full metal body construction allows it to maintain precision gear alignment under severe punishment.
The Conflict's heavy duty drag features advanced HT-100 carbon fiber drag washers that allow it to start up smooth and stay smooth throughout its range. Braid-ready right out of the box, the Conflict’s Superline Spool and heavy-duty aluminum bail wire combine to offer excellent line management, and its Techno-Balanced rotor ensures consistently fluid casts and retrieves. Designed to perform and engineered to last, the Penn Conflict Spinning Reel looks great and fishes even better.
-HT-100 carbon fiber drag washers
-Full Metal Body and sideplate
-Sealed stainless steel ball bearings
-Line capacity rings
-Techno-Balanced rotor gives smooth retrieves
-Heavy-duty aluminum bail wire
-EVA handle knob
Designed to perform and engineered to last, the Penn Conflict Spinning Reel offers lightweight, lightweight ultra durable functioning for both freshwater and saltwater fishing.
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Comments: really solid reel got mine from tw during the Black Friday sale for $100. Drag is smooth been catching lots of steelhead on the salmon river with the 2000 with 8 pound flouro, can't wait to put some 10# suffix 832 on it for this spring. I'm really a pflueger spinning reel guy but this reel is sick maybe not as smooth as my supreme but way more sturdy and just cool looking
From: Wyatt: Syracuse, NY
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