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Walmart has various sizes of the Penn Fierce III Spinning Rod and Reel combos on sale up to 45% off.




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I bought the 1000 6' 6" light. Was that a mistake for this type of fishing?
That should be a pretty good setup for trout. Personally I wouldn't go much higher than 2500 for trout but I'm in CA and the trout fishing out here might be a little different lol. It's not uncommon to hear of guys getting 10lbers on 4lb test though.
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thanks op. Got the 1000 for pond fishing
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Which size should I get to start fishing at lakes (Orlando, not big ones) thanks
Go light 2500 or less, the lighter the more you learn to work the set up, you don't want to heavy and show the fish what it's like to ski.
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I use 5.5-6 foot rod with micro reels and 4# line for those small upstate streams, but I am very experienced
As you can tell I am a fishing novice. That is the exact conditions where I fish but I most likely don't have the skillset to use such light test.
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I paid 109 at bass pro for the 8000, this is a killer deal. I'm getting the 1000 for trout
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Which setup would be good for 40 to 50 lb black drumfish in Delaware Bay from a boat ? I was thinking the 6000 with 6'6 inch rod
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I'm in for a 6000 and 8000. Me and my daughter do at least 2 deep sea trips a year. I figure over the next 2 years these will pay for themselves over renting every trip. I hope I get that big tuna (Southern Cali) that I have been looking for with one of these!!!
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any of these would be good for ocean pier fishing?
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Any of these good for deep sea fishing (things like tuna)?
I can't speak for the rod, but have had an 8000 fierce for years and have landed fish as heavy as 85lb on 65lb braid using a penn mariner boat road. If the rod is strong enough, which it should be matched to that reel, you should be good to go depending on the size of the tuna. Most tuna should be no problem. If on the other hand you're going for a record-setting bluefin you'll need something a little beefier (and expensive) than this.
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any of these would be good for ocean pier fishing?
Yes. The 4000 and above should be well suited for salt water pier fishing. You could probably even get away with a 3000 or smaller if you're only going after small panfish like surf perch or mackerel.
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Yes, the answer is always yes.
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I am a noobie fisherman and purchased a 6'6 light 1000 for lake and river fishing and a 9' medium-heavy 6000 for the ocean pier here in Florida. Did I make good choices for the type of fishing I'm trying to do?
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Any of these good for deep sea fishing (things like tuna)?
Seriously, neither the reel nor the rod is really all that suitable for Tuna. If you're going to go through all the time, expense and effort to get that far out, at least bring the right gear with you.
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Damn, got a 4000 7' with this deal, and got the Shakespeare rod just a few hours ago. This is exciting.
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Any of these suitable for salmon on the river in MI?
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