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Penn Fierce III Spinning Reel & Fishing Rod Combo (Various Sizes) EXPIRED

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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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The battle 2 combos are on sale as well. Just picked up the 4000 combo for $65
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please stop posting fishing deals. My bank account can't take this any longer. That is my perfect kayak fishing setup. 4000 on 7 ft medium and penn. I just bought the ugly stik rod a few minutes ago along with the penn last week. Should i really buy another one?
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I bought the 1000 6' 6" light. Was that a mistake for this type of fishing?
That should be a great combo for upstate trout. 10-lb line is overkill, though. You really don't need any more than 4-lb. These fish aren't terribly big, plus they'll be able to spot thicker line easily. You're not casting far, so the heavier line won't really help you there, either. The lightest setup possible is your best bet. Don't worry about inexperience. You'll get the hang of it quick.
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Any of these suitable for salmon on the river in MI?
If you're going to be challenged by the tree canopy, smaller rods are better. You would probably be fine with medium action.
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Thanks for sharing! I've been waiting on a decent/inexpensive setup that I can use in a wide variety of situations and got the 7'/4000 combo for $55.
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New to fishing, I want salt water rod. Which one should I buy?
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Please stop posting fishing deals. My bank account can't take this any longer. That is my perfect kayak fishing setup. 4000 on 7 ft medium and Penn. I just bought the ugly stik rod a few minutes ago along with the Penn last week. Should I really buy another one?
You already made a mistake on the ugly stik, don't make another one. They might be tough, but heavy without sensitivity. For the price, not a deal at all, they are normally priced too high. You can get a tough, sensitive, light and thin rod with durable ceramic guides for less than $15 from Disck's (Field & Stream Inferno) and a totally problem-free reel for $20 in a local store (Okuma Safina Pro 35, don't go other sizes of this reel). I have tried many and this comb are for the rest of my life for anything fresh and salt, if I don't want to spend more than $100 for such a setup.
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Seems prices just changed. Grrrr
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You already made a mistake on the ugly stik, don't make another one. They might be tough, but heavy without sensitivity. For the price, not a deal at all, they are normally priced too high. You can get a tough, sensitive, light and thin rod with durable ceramic guides for less than $15 from Disck's (Field & Stream Inferno) and a totally problem-free reel for $20 in a local store (Okuma Safina Pro 35, don't go other sizes of this reel). I have tried many and this comb are for the rest of my life for anything fresh and salt, if I don't want to spend more than $100 for such a setup.
The Inferno seems like last year's model and isn't available online anyway. Did it get replaced by an equivalent model? TY for the tip on the reels.
The Tango is$22..50 at dicks today.
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Just received the two combos I ordered, the 6'6" jigging rod with the 6000 reel and the 7' heavy action with the 8000 reel. They both arrived in the same box nicely protected with bubble bags and flat cardboard around the tip and the first couple of guides, both in perfect condition. Wasn't sure I was going to like the jigging rod and 6000 reel but it feels great and a really balanced combo. The 7' rod with 8000 reel feels awkward and unbalanced, thinking about returning though for $65 is a pretty good deal for the reel alone. Look forward to trying the jigging rod on an upcoming trip.
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