Penn TORQUE Spinning Reels
Anglers needing a rugged spinning reel for heavy saltwater angling can rely on the new Penn Torque spinning reel in three sizes for any briny situation.
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$494.96 - $699.95
|Mono Line Capacity|
|Braid Line Capacity|
|50 lbs.||7+1||5.1:1||28.9 oz||Black||No||$699.95 USD|
Anglers needing a rugged spinning reel for heavy saltwater angling can rely on the new Penn Torque spinning reel in three sizes for any briny situation. With this USA-made reel, shark and striper chasers can take to the Montauk surf with size 5 bucktails and spoons while Miami anglers can handle the tackle testing sailfish and tarpon. In the Gulf, yellowfins and cobia will be no match. Fully sealed, saltwater and sand simply canít get into the fully machined aluminum body, the 7+1 stainless steel bearings and the patented Versa-drag. The oversized HT-100 Versa-Drag system allows for multiple drag settings to match everchanging fishing situations. Available in classic Penn gold or the new black with gold accents, the Torque features an integral clutch sleeve to eliminate any back play of the rotor, one-piece aluminum frame with forged aluminum spool and sideplates, and a rugged one-piece handle arm. The 100% stainless steel bail features a unique system under the rotor where the angler can choose between automatic or manual trip at the touch of a switch. The high capacity spool is braid ready, which means the reel is built to withstand the strains that braided lines put on a reel.
5 Stars based on 9 reviews
April 25, 2015
Very high quality reel
I own a Van Staal, Zeebaas and now, a Torque 5 Bail less. I like the Torque a lot. It's paired with a St. Croix Avid 9ft. Very nice reel.
Lake worth, FL
April 23, 2015
this reel is one of the best
this reel has caught me tons of bluefin and yellow fin tuna its one heck of a fight its very strong
April 18, 2015
Very, very nice reel.
My husband had been looking in to this reel for a while, so I got it for him for his birthday and he was ecstatic. He says it's the best quality reel he's ever owned so I will take his word for it!
April 10, 2015
VERY VERSATILE FOR BIG FISH
ALL I CAN SAY IS THIS IS PROBABLY MY FAVORITE SPINNING REEL. IVE DUNKED IT , DROPPED IT AND IT STILL DOESN'T MISS A BEAT. I THINK ITS A MUST FOR EVERY GUY WHO FISHES JETTIES FOR SNOOK REDS AND STRIPERS.
ProsIT DOES EXACTLY WHAT ITS ADVERTISED TO DO. AND THE PRICE IS MORE APPEALING THAN THE OTHERS OF ITS CLASS
New Orleans, LA
December 8, 2014
It's up there...
I have a Saltiga, old Penns, Zeebaas, and this reel is up there. I'll say this though, I feel the bail wire is a bit flimsy. I sent my Torque 5 to Penn, and had it converted to bailess. In no way, does the bail feel as solid as the Saltiga. I also hated the handle, and installed a power knob. Now it looks better. I like this reel so much, I'm already saving up for a Torque 5 bailess black.
ConsNot as smooth as my Saltiga
December 6, 2013
Best reel I've ever used
I've been fishing for 30+ years and never spent the money on a quality reel. I've never had the money to buy much more than your average proced real at a sporting good store but love fishing so I figured I'd treat myself seeing that I'm really getting into this surf fishing since moving to long island this year. As soon as I felt this rell I knew it would be love at first cast.You can see and feel the quality. I am partial to PENN having grown up in Philly. Casts great, feels good in your hands and handles fish no problem although most of the big fish moved out by the time I got it.
July 14, 2013
Strong, smooth and waterproof
I am in my third season of fishing the Penn Torque 5 Spinner. It is a fantastic reel. The drag is strong and smooth. It starts quickly and easily and puts constant pressure on powerful hard running fish. It lays line very well and casts like a dream. I have never had a wind knot with it. There has been no water intrusion in either the drag or gear box.
ProsStrong, smooth and waterproof
December 5, 2012
This reel is the greatest. Smooth and functional.
ProsPrice, value, simplicity
By ray arra
June 7, 2012
cape cod fisherman
outstanding. the best i have had. drag is great. smooth as can be.
8 Questions & 8 Answers
from dirty jerz asked:
September 2, 2017
when will the 9bailless be available
The Penn Torque 1 is unavailable at this time however we have the penn torque 2 bailess. http://www.tackledirect.com/penn-trqii7500bl-torque-ii-spinning-reel.html
on September 4, 2017
from Pensacola, FL asked:
April 20, 2017
How much 100lb solid core will it hold?
The TRQS9 will hold 425 yards of 100lb braid. The TRQS7 will hold approximately 300 yards.
on April 22, 2017
from sandy hook, new jersey asked:
October 13, 2015
can you convert the gold one to bailless?
You can convert the gold one to bail less, however they only make the conversion kit in black. You would have to mix the colors a bit to make the gold ones bail less.
on October 14, 2015
from Plymouth, england asked:
September 11, 2015
Can you put the handle on the right side for left-handed use?
Yes, you can change the side that the handle is on.
on September 12, 2015
from VA/NC asked:
July 8, 2015
What rod to pair with a Torque 7 for popping for YFT and throwing jigs to cobia? Was thinking a Shimano Terez 7'8" H
The 7'8" Terez H that you mentioned would work for that application.
on July 8, 2015
from Long Island, NY asked:
June 30, 2015
is the automatic bail the Friction trip ramp similar to the spinfisher models?
This reel, just like the spinfisher V, has a manual bail that you have to close on your own. It is not automatic.
on July 2, 2015
from Manchester NH asked:
June 17, 2015
Who made this reel? is it made in China or USA
Hello John. The Torque series is made in the USA. Please feel free to contact us if you have any more questions.
on June 18, 2015
from texas asked:
April 18, 2012
wtih this reel loaded with braid (spectra) how does it cast compared to a shimano stella reel
Those reels cast well! If you are fishing from the beach you may want to go with the Torque instead do it being fully sealed and WATERPROOF. If you want a great all-around saltwater spinning reel go with the Shimano Stella.
on April 18, 2012