The battle II comes in eight different sized models they are 1000, 2000, 2500, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000 and 8000.
This reel works wonders for catching those elusive saltwater gamefish with its durability and high range spinning capabilities. Nothing beats Penn with its durability and speed. To start off I will list some of the pros and cons of this spinning reel.
This reel also won best saltwater reel at iCast in 2014. If that doesn’t tell you it’s a saltwater reel sensation I don’t know what will! OK, I explained some of the pros and cons of the Penn Battle II spinning fishing reel now let’s get into the nitty-gritty of the details.
The Penn Battle II has eight different models to choose from they are 1000 to 8000. All 8 models come in the same colors Black/Gold/Smoke. The Specifications and Prices for each model size are as follows:
The number of model sizes are amazing! You can get the smaller sizes for inshore saltwater fishing of fish species like the striped bass and bluefish. The smaller versions would work for freshwater fishing as well.
The bigger models like the 4000, 5000, 6000 and 8000 you would go after your bigger saltwater fish like your sailfish, swordfish and your occasional shark. Yes, I said shark I read that someone pulled in a 125-pound shark with the 6000 model with no problems! Now, that’s what I call a strong reel. With all these model’s it will be hard to decide which one to get.
This reel has it all with its full metal body including the side-plates, rotor, and aluminum bail wire this is as durable as it gets in a saltwater reel. Encased stainless steel ball bearings no salt water is going to penetrate these bearings!
Smooth powerful drag with its trademarked HT-100 carbon fiber drag system. This reel cranks smoothly with its 5 ball bearings and 1 anti-reverse bearing. No backing needed on its superline spool. The spool is braid ready and has three line capacity rings at 1/3, 2/3 and full so you can glance over at your reel quickly and know how many lines you have left.
All models come in black/Gold/Smoke colors. They all come with front drag and right or left reel position. I recommend you pick up one of these Penn Battle II spinning fishing reels. I know you won’t regret it.
If you have any questions or comments feel free to leave them below. Thanks for reading and Happy Fishing!
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