Penn Regiment Inshore Spinning Rods

Penn Regiment Inshore Spinning Rods

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The Regiment is the top of the line PENN inshore rod featuring a lightweight and sensitive blended 36/30 Ton graphite blank.

Price: $149.95
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TD Code
LengthPiecesLine Weight(lbs)Guides+
Rod TypeGuide
A-$149.95 USD
The Regiment is the top of the line PENN inshore rod featuring a lightweight and sensitive blended 36/30 Ton graphite blank. Using the distinctive tapered frame design of Fuji K guides, anglers will experience fewer wind knots as a result to line wrap around the guide frame. The soft yet durable rubber gimbal is used on select models providing the same function as a traditional metal gimbal without the worries of scratching or cracking the gel coat on your boat. Rubber gimbals also help ease the pain that traditional metal gimbals can put on your body while fighting a fish. Hybra-Cork grips utilize a unique blend of rubber and cork bonded to a lightweight core material that provides a more durable and sticker surface when wet or dry.
  • 100% graphite blank for incredible strength
  • Fuji K guides with Alconite inserts reduce wind knots and line from wrapping around the guide frame
  • Fuji reel seat
  • Hybra-Cork handles for incredible grip
  • Carbon fiber wrapped lead guide
5 Stars based on 4 reviews
By James
Charleston, south carolina
New rods
December 28, 2015
My new rod is very light weight and can handle almost every thing I put in front of it.
By John
Milford, NJ
Nice light/med action
July 31, 2015
I purchased this rod for light/med action surf fishing...mostly for fluke. I paired it with a Penn spinfisher and find that its the perfect combination. It is very comfortable to use and light weight. I really have no complaints.
By Eugenia
Pozzuoli, Italy
My favorite rod
May 18, 2015
My favorite pole for sea bass and blue fish. It is very strong and sensitive. I have a Penn Conquer 5000 with it.
By Margaret
Poughkeepsie, NY
Light tackle rod
April 18, 2015
Very good light tackle rod, great quality, very strong. I have it paired with a Conflict 4000 and I love it!
2 Questions & 3 Answers
Patrick Hannau
from Miami, FL asked:
June 30, 2016
Which reel would you prefer for this rod, the Spinfisher 4500 or the Spinfisher 5500? Plan on using the rod for light tackle offshore fishing.
2 Answers
Patrick, Hello i suggest going with the 4500 ssv.
on July 1, 2016
To make it a balanced pair, pair this rod with the 4500 Spinfisher.
on July 1, 2016

Joe DeDonato
from Li asked:
February 25, 2014
Would a 4000 series reel fit on the 12-20 lbs rod?
1 Answers
Absolutely. That would be a good combo for light tackle.
Customer Service
on February 25, 2014


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