Penn Squadron II Surf Rods

Penn Squadron II Surf Rods

by Penn
$49.99 - $79.99
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TD Code
DescriptionTypeLengthActionPowerLine Weight (Mono / Braid)Lure WeightGuides + TipPrice
SQDSFII1220S80
PEN-1548
Squadron II Surf RodSpinning8 ft.
2 pc.
Mod. FastMedium12-20 lbs3/4 - 3 oz5+1$49.99 USD
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SQDSFII1220S90
PEN-1549
Squadron II Surf RodSpinning9 ft.
2 pc.
Mod. FastMedium12-20 lbs3/4 - 3 oz5+1$59.99 USD
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SQDSFII1530S10
PEN-1550
Squadron II Surf RodSpinning10 ft.
2 pc.
FastMedium Heavy15-30 lbs1 - 5 oz5+1$59.99 USD
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SQDSFII1530S11
PEN-1551
Squadron II Surf RodSpinning11 ft.
2 pc.
FastMedium Heavy15-30 lbs2 - 6 oz5+1$69.99 USD
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SQDSFII2040S12
PEN-1552
Squadron II Surf RodSpinning12 ft.
2 pc.
FastMedium Heavy20-40 lbs4 - 8 oz6+1$79.99 USD
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Penn Squadron II Surf Rods are designed for the pursuit of a widerange of species that live in the surf. These rods are built with aluminum oxide guides, EVA foregrips, and a graphite composite blank for extreme sensitivity in a lightweight package.

Penn Squadron II Inshore Rod Features:

  • Graphite composite blank delivers incredible sensitivity
  • Aluminum oxide guides
  • Graphite reel seat
  • EVA foregrip
5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By lawrence M.
Albany, NY
Great pole for the price
July 13, 2018
Purchased this pole to heave the heavier lures that I have for the Cape Cod Canal. The lightweight allows me to fish all day and the length allows me to cast out further than I have even been able to reach. Pole is strong enough to endure the canals flow but reactive enough to let me feel the hits. Love it.
By Bruce
Elizabethtown, PA
Great rod
May 9, 2018
I paired this with a Penn Fierce II reel, and tried it for the first time on the LBI, Jersey shore. I had onshore winds up to 15-18 mph, and was able to cast my rig a good distance. First cast, I caught a 21" striper. They weren't biting that weekend for anybody, and that was it for me. I am no expert-this is my first real venture & investment in surf fishing equipment, and considering the casts I was making and the feel of the rig in the water & the fish on the line, I think I made a great choice.
ProsCasting distance against the wind & feel of rig in the water. That's enough for this amateur.
ConsNone
By jacob
, Montreal
Performs well, exactly what as expected
April 12, 2017
I have the 1551 model paired with my penn Fierce. The rod performs well, cast smoothly and you get a good distance with braid. action is great to pull in those bigger fish. I mainly fish for strippers during my trips to Hampton beach and this rod performs just the way I expected.
11 Questions & 11 Answers
John
from Maryland asked:
November 28, 2019
What is the weight for the 8 feet rod?
1 Answer
The 8 foot medium has been discontinued we are unable to get a weight on that for you 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on November 29, 2019

Chislon Nelson
from Medley, Florida asked:
June 27, 2019
Is the 8ft medium rod good for casting lures and plugs?
1 Answer
The 8 foot would be good if you don't have to cast a great distance but would be good for plugs up to 3oz in weight 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on June 28, 2019

Dominic Elizabeth
from mahe asked:
February 7, 2019
Whats the line weight for braided lines? and will the Penn Spinfisher V SSV5500 Spinning Reel be good for it?
1 Answer
The ssv5500 would be a good fit for any of these rods and Penn does not list a braid rating only mono.
Submitted by: Bernie on February 7, 2019

Mike Sanchez
from QUER€TARO asked:
March 2, 2018
Hello! Could you please tell me how much does each section of a 10ft squadron measure? thanks in advance
1 Answer
Hello Mike, the rod is a 50/50 split each piece measuring 61 1/2 inches
Submitted by: Bernie on March 6, 2018

Jimmy
from Columbia North Carolina asked:
November 1, 2017
I surf fish for drum. I typically throw weights between 4 - 8 ounces plus bait. What length spinning rod would you suggest to give me the greatest distance. I have the Penn battle 8000 reels and the fierce series reels
1 Answer
I would lean towards the 12 foot squadron. You throw 4-8 oz lead with bait and that's exactly what that rod is rated for.
Submitted by: Bernie on November 2, 2017

Mark
from Staten Island asked:
October 24, 2017
Whatâ‚"s the weight on the 9â‚"?
1 Answer
The squadron II 9 foot weighs in at 0.70 oz's
Submitted by: Bernie on October 25, 2017

Gerald Chew
from WA asked:
October 19, 2018
what is the weight of the actual Penn Squadron II Surf Rods in 10ft, 11ft, 12ft? Thanks!
1 Answer
Here are the weights for the 10', 11', and 12' Penn Squadron II surf rods. The 10' weighs 14.43 oz. (0.9 lbs) The 11' rod weighs 1 lb, 1 oz. The 12' rod weighs 1 lb, 3 oz. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Submitted by: Rebecca on October 23, 2018

Andrew
from Oklahoma asked:
April 9, 2018
I fish for striper using fluke swimbaits 1oz to 2 oz and throw topwaters 3 oz which rod is best
1 Answer
The Penn SQDSFII1530S10 Squadron II Surf Rod - 10 ft. would be a good match for the size lures you will be using.
Submitted by: Donald on April 10, 2018

Justin
from Blackwood asked:
February 6, 2018
What is the best size reel too pair with the 8 foot medium rod?
1 Answer
An 8 foot rod would pair well with a 4000-5000 size spinning reel.
Submitted by: Devon on February 13, 2018

Mike
from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina asked:
January 4, 2018
Recent got the 10 foot MH rod, trying to figure if my spinfisher v 4500 would be a good fit for it?
1 Answer
The Penn Spinfisher 5500 would be the better fit paired with a 10' rod for surf fishing.
Submitted by: Donald on January 5, 2018

pw
from Hutchinson MN asked:
February 18, 2017
Which reel would you suggest for this rod tossing 4-6 oz. Of lead.
1 Answer
The 11 ft Penn Squadron II Surf Rod would pair well with the Penn Spinfisher 6500 casting 2-6 oz of weight.
Submitted by: Donald on February 21, 2017

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