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Penn Conflict Spinning Reels

Penn Conflict Spinning Reels

by Penn

Penn Conflict Spinning Reels are designed for the technical inshore angler who is looking for top-line performance.

$129.95 - $159.95
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Model
TD Code
Mono Cap. (yds/lb)Braid Cap. (yds/lb)BearingsMax DragGear RatioLine RetrieveWeightPrice
CFT1000
PEN-1206
275/2
135/4
105/6
160/6
130/8
110/10
7+19 lbs5.2:122 in7.8 oz$129.95 USD
CFT2000
PEN-1207
240/4
180/6
125/8
210/8
180/10
165/15
7+110 lbs6.2:130 in9.5 oz$129.95 USD
CFT2500
PEN-1208
255/6
175/8
140/10
240/10
220/15
160/20
7+112 lbs6.2:133 in9.8 oz$129.95 USD
CFT3000
PEN-1209
200/8
165/10
120/12
250/15
180/20
130/30
7+115 lbs6.2:135 in11.3 oz$139.95 USD
CFT4000
PEN-1210
270/8
220/10
165/12
360/15
260/20
185/30
7+115 lbs6.2:137 in12.0 oz$139.95 USD
CFT5000
PEN-1211
225/12
200/15
135/20
420/20
300/30
240/40
7+125 lbs5.6:136 in19.0 oz$149.95 USD
CFT6000
PEN-1212
335/15
230/20
210/25
490/30
390/40
335/50
7+125 lbs5.6:141 in21.5 oz$149.95 USD
CFT8000
PEN-1213
340/20
310/25
230/30
475/50
390/65
345/80
7+130 lbs5.3:144 in28.1 oz$159.95 USD
Penn Conflict Spinning Reels are designed for the technical inshore angler who is looking for top-line performance. Penn's Conflict Spinning Reel delivers a light weight and smooth casting reel capable of big drag pressure. With a stealthy, low key cosmetic of black on black and smoky gray markings, Conflict may look quiet, but one cast and you'll see it screams Penn craftsmanship and engineering.
  • Full Metal Body (CFT5000, CFT6000, CFT8000 only)
  • 7+1 Sealed stainless steel ball bearings
  • Techno-Balanced rotor gives smooth retrieves
  • HT-100 carbon fiber drag washers
  • Infinite Anti-Reverse
  • Heavy-duty aluminum bail wire
  • Superline Spool
  • Line Capacity Rings
4.5 Stars based on 46 reviews
By John
Minneapolis, Mn
Terrific Value
October 13, 2016
Finishing up a season with the 2000 here in Minnesota and I'm extremely impressed. This is a rock solid reel with a flawless drag, It handles 10# braid or 8#mono with equal ease, and within a couple of casts I forget it's there. I particularly appreciate its weight and heft, as it balances really well with the 6' 6" to 6'9" rods I prefer for walleye jigging and bass finesse presentation. I find too many of today's high tech, high end, reels too light to balance well with most rods. My Penns, however, bring a outfit's weight right under my hand. Doing this removes weight from the rod tip and increases sensitivity.
ProsSolid. Silky. Bullet proof.
By Kamran
Boynton beach, florida
This is the one
July 13, 2016
This is a great reel. Has a super strong drag for such a small reel and can cast more than a mile.
ProsSmooth drag and a great casting
ConsA bit pricey
By Kamran
Boynton beach, florida
Great all around
July 13, 2016
This is nice super light and compact reel. Great for anything inshore. Butter like retrive with the capability to cast a mile
By Makintyre
Vero beach , Florida
Great for the price
June 2, 2016
It's a great reel for its price I mean you can't really go wrong with a penn
ConsPaint chips Easley
By Matthew
Fort Worth, TX
Compact, small and light weight
May 20, 2016
Tough Penn construction and can crank up fish.
ProsLight weight
By Robert
North Florida
Penn Conflict 3000
May 1, 2016
Excellent reel for inshore variety. Loaded with 15lb Spider Wire and mated to the Berkley inshore rod. Great set up!
By Van
New Jersey
Penn conflict 2500
April 30, 2016
Awesome reel for back bay jigging flounder . Ultra light super smooth and plenty of power . Love the way it holds up against saltwater also just rinse after each use and ready for the next trip !
ProsLight , plenty of drag , very durable
By Stan
Clifton NJ
Great
April 29, 2016
Great spinning reel, little heavier but I will recommend to buy
By Adam
Santa Maria, Ca
Great Product
April 12, 2016
Good strong reel with great looks and value
By James
Charleston
New reel
December 28, 2015
Very light weight reel with a very smooth and strong drag. Perfect reel to fish the salty water of the coast of the Carolina.
By Tony
Pasadena, MD
Nice reel
December 1, 2015
This reel casts nice even with braid line on the spool. The reel has a smooth retrieval and a nice drag system to withstand larger fish in the Bay. The reel is not heavy like other reels in it's class.
By Anas
Springfield Gardens, NY
good reel
November 30, 2015
I would give this reel 5 stars ...it is a great all strong reel but the paint chips off very easy
Prossmooth and good looking
Consbad paint
By lucky
Brooklyn N.Y.
conflict 8000
October 29, 2015
Is a heavy duty reel very strong and smooth I also love the low key stealthy look it's different from all the rest but the only thing I'm not feeling is the big grip on the handle feels kind of awkward penn could not really help me with this handle so I tried the handle from the battle 6000 and it works only if penn can make different handles for these reels to accommodate it's customers .
ProsStrong
ConsHandle is uncomfortable luncky.
By Drew
,
amazing inshore reel
July 28, 2015
I use this reel for my local spillway fishing and it is very strong and works very well. Never fails on me, just rinse good after use if used for saltwater!
By Jeff
Ocean City, New Jersey
Great reel at a great price.
July 25, 2015
Great overall reel at a good price. The conflict is very durable, smooth and saltwater resistant. I have had the conflict 4000 for a year and have not experienced any problems with it so far.
By Roland
New York, NY
LOVE THIS REEL
May 12, 2015
This is a fantastic reel for the price. Excellent for everything from Tarpon to Grouper to jigging for Tuna. Built super tough, and especially when paired with braid (I use 65 lb Power Pro on this) the line sails off the reel when casting long distance. Highly recommend the Conflict.
ProsSmooth cast and retrieve Can pack a lot of braid onto this
By Brian
lake worth , florida
conflict 5000
May 9, 2015
I'd recommend the 8000 size for big snook but this is a really good reel for smaller snook and many inshore species. I have used it for the last year and the gears have never failed me even with all te salt I put them through
By Brian
lake worth , florida
penn conflict 8000
May 9, 2015
great gears and almost entirely open. you can see the gears and the vents allow salt to be pulled out when put in. overall great reel and it is a must for jig-throwers and snook fisherman
By david
Miami
awesome reel
May 5, 2015
this reel is great for bridge fishing for snook and tarpon and jakcs only problem is the holes salt builds up in there if you dont clean it
By Alex
lake worth, fl
penn conflict
May 4, 2015
Great big inshore reel. the line capacity is great for bigger fish like tarpon
By Margaret
Poughkeepsie, NY
Great reel for the money
April 18, 2015
My Conflict 6000 was put through a lot of abuse last year, it was dunked, splashed and everything in between. It is still running like the day I got it. It has a very smooth drag too.
By jim
lewisburg Pa
a+
April 17, 2015
I have been fishing with penn reels all my life,from fresh water to salt,i have no completes.
Prosthe Conflick is rock solid,very smooth drag,have no problem with braid,going to buy a 3000 for Steelhead !
Consnone
By max
Redding, CT
Great Reel
April 6, 2015
Nice step up from a battle. Durable, lighweight and strong. Incredibly smooth
Prosstrong sleek durable lighweight
By Alex
Solomons, Maryland
Great reel for kayak trolling!
April 2, 2015
The 6000 is a great reel for kayak trolling, paired up with a Penn Allegiance II, it's an unstoppable combo!
By Mike
Tuckerton ,NJ,
My new favorite!
March 27, 2015
I purchased this reel about one year ago and it is great. Landed many fluke and yellowtail snappers on this little powerhouse. It is way smoother than my spinfishers and definitely recommend it.
ProsLightweight Smooth Powerful
ConsNone that I've found yet
7 Questions & 7 Answers
River Joe
from Northern California asked:
November 22, 2016
Is this a good trout reel in the smaller sizes? Which size for large trout and/or steelhead? Will use 8-10lb mono and and med light rod 7.5 to 8.5 ft length.
The Penn Conflict 2000 would pair well with a 7 1/2 ft to 8 1/2 ft rod fishing for large trout and steelhead.
Donald
on November 25, 2016

Josh Hipsman
from Boston Massachusetts asked:
October 12, 2014
I want to put a conflict on the Trevala rod 6' 6 medim action spinning rod. I like the 5000 for the aluminum gear and the metal body? Would the 4000 or 5000 be better? The 5000 has more of the quality I am looking for but because I have not held it I do not know if it would be to heavy for the rod. Its for jigging for cod - sea bass - throwing some sp minnows in the river.
The 4000 might be more comfortable due to the lighter weight but, you will give up line capacity and drag. The 5000 is the way to go.
Customer Service
on October 14, 2014

Jorge Luis
from Los Cabos asked:
May 14, 2014
Hi, I wolder if the 8000 would be fine for 11' MH rod for inshore casting? Thanks
It depends how you are fishing. If you are throwing bait, it would be fine. If you are throwing lures / metals, it will be tiring as it is a large and heavy reel.
Customer Service
on May 14, 2014

Jeffery
from Island Heights, NJ asked:
November 13, 2013
Would you recommend the 4000 or 5000 for surf casting, lures only, on an 8' medium-heavy fast action stick? Target: Striped Bass, Blue Fish, Weak Fish etc NJ Coast.
On an 8' rod, I would recommend a Conflict 5000. The Conflict 4000 might be too small to balance comfortably on the rod.
Customer Service
on November 13, 2013

ed
from Murrells Inlet, SC asked:
October 24, 2013
Marshes, inlets, and jetties around South Carolina coast for red drum, sea bass, spot tails, sheeps head, flounder, etc. - which reel do you recommend? How does this compare to the Penn Battle series?
The Conflict is a little lighter and has an extra roller bearing to enhance the smoothness of the reel. The Conflict also offers a heavy drag system between comparable sizes in the Battle series. We would recommend a 5000 or 6000 size reel for 7 to 8 foot rods. If you are looking for an 9 to 10 ft rod the 6000 to 8000 size reel would be best for that combination depending on the the weight and ratings of the rod.
Customer Service
on November 1, 2013

Rajesh
from Seychelles Islands asked:
October 24, 2013
Hi What kinda setup or combo would you guys offer with a penn conflict 8000 reel?? I'm very much interested in the conflict 8000 but I need a rod to match it say 6" or so. Can I use it for salt water deep sea fishing, I mean catching groupers, tuna and so on?
We currently do not offer the Penn Conflict in a pre built combination. However, we do have rods that would match up with that reel with the backbone you are looking for. Check out Penn's Bluewater Carnage Jigging rods. They are available in sizes ranging from 5'6" to 7'. The shorter rods would be able to handle heavier fighting fish.
Customer Service
on November 1, 2013

Ken
from Glen Mills, Pa asked:
October 1, 2013
Fishing mostly back bay and inlet Jersey shore, fluke, blues , strippers. Using 20-30 lb braided line. Which reel would be best ? Thanks
Either the 3000 or 4000 Penn Conflict would work great on a 6 to 7ft medium to medium heavy rod.
Customer Service
on October 2, 2013

 
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