Learn More About Penn Fishing Reels
From Surf to Sand: Shop PENN® Reels
Make the most of your day at the shore. PENN® fishing reels are designed for a smooth, durable performance—so you can bring in your game fish.
Common sense feature make PENN® the reel of choice for anglers of all skill levels. A full metal construction ensures precise gear alignment, while line capacity rings indicate how much line you’ve cast out.
Consider the type of species you’re angling, the season and the fishing environment. Also consider your method of fishing—anglers working form a boat can move without over stressing the rod, reel and line. Fishers angling from a pier or dock need a reel with added line capacity.
Explore the PENN® fishing collection now:
- The PENN Conflict is built with a full-metal body for consistent precision and alignment.
- The PENN® Pursuit II features an ultra-lightweight graphite body and oiled-felt drag system for a smooth saltwater angling.
- The PENN® Battle II spinning reel is equipped with a metal body, side plate and stainless steel ball bearings system. Expect reliable performance, cast after cast.
For more, shop the full PENN fishing equipment at DICK’S Sporting Goods.
Spinning reels are popular for their ease of use. These reels mount on the underside of the spinning rod. The spool is parallel to the rod and does not rotate as you cast. This design reduces line tangling for a simple fishing experience.
Baitcasting and conventional reels work with the bait of the lure as it pulls on the line and turns the spool to release more line. This brand of reels is typically preferred by more experienced anglers, and better stands up to bigger game fish—an asset during your saltwater fishing expedition.
Keep in mind that construction and durability are particularly important for saltwater anglers. PENN® fishing reels are designed to stand up to saltwater corrosion.
Line capacity is a central factor in the selection of your new PENN® fishing reel. Saltwater fishers generally need added line capacity for fishing in deep waters.
The more ball bearings used, the smoother your reel works.
Lower gear rations on your PENN® fishing reel give you more fighting power for large fish.