Penn Squadron Inshore Rods

Penn Squadron Inshore Rods

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Penn Squadron Inshore Rods feature graphite composite blank construction, stainless-steel guides with aluminum oxide inserts and graphite reel seats.

$39.99 - $49.99
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Model
TD Code
Length & TypeActionPowerLine Wt.
Mono/Braid
(lb)
Lure Wt.
(oz)
Guides + TipType of GuidesHandle MaterialHandlePrice
SQDIN410S70SG
PEN-1256
7'0'', 1pc
Spinning
Mod.
Fast
XL4-10 /
6-15
1/16 - 1/27+1SS LVCorkA$39.99 USD
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SQDIN612S70
PEN-1257
7'0'', 1pc
Spinning
Xtra
Fast
L6-12 /
6-15
1/16 - 5/87+1SS LVCorkB$39.99 USD
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SQDIN612S70SG
PEN-1258
7'0'', 1pc
Spinning
Xtra
Fast
L6-12 /
6-15
1/16 - 5/87+1SS LVCorkA$39.99 USD
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SQDIN815S76
PEN-1261
7'6'', 1pc
Spinning
Xtra
Fast
ML8-15 /
8-20
1/8 - 3/48+1SS LVCorkC$49.99 USD
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SQDIN1017S70
PEN-1262
7'0'', 1pc
Spinning
Xtra
Fast
M10-17 /
10-30
1/4 - 17+1SS LVCorkB$39.99 USD
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SQDIN1017S76
PEN-1264
7'6'', 1pc
Spinning
Xtra
Fast
M10-17 /
10-30
1/4 - 18+1SS LVCorkC$49.99 USD
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SQDIN815C70
PEN-1267
7'0'', 1pc
Conventional
FastML8-15 /
8-20
1/8 - 3/48+1SS NCorkF$39.99 USD
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SQDIN1220C70
PEN-1269
7'0'', 1pc
Conventional
FastH12-20 /
15-40
1/2 - 1 1/28+1SS NEvaG$49.99 USD
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Penn Squadron Inshore Rods feature graphite composite blank construction, stainless-steel guides with aluminum oxide inserts and graphite reel seats.
  • Graphite composite blank
  • Stainless steel guides with aluminum oxide inserts
  • Graphite reel seat
  • Rubber Gimbal on model SQDIN1530S70
4 Stars based on 8 reviews
By Dick (.
Milford, De.
PENN SQUADRIN 1220C70 MH CONVENTIONAL ROD.
December 24, 2019
Bought it over a year ago, used it for med. bait casting in salt water, actually liked it, good price and all. Only wish the butt was longer for the under arm support. Took care of that---took 3 in. off the tip and added the 6 in. to the butt. Ordered a 14 in. handle kit with 31/2 in. fore grip and a heavier #17 casting reel seat from a Rod Building Company. All finished, looks great, can't wait to use it for spring sea bass and flounder(fluke), has good back bone and still fast action and light in weight.
ProsThis is a real nice rod for the money, I only modified it to experiment. I am over 70 years old and have always felt more comfortable with a longer butt. Can't wait to use it.
ConsThe only down side with the rod for me was very short fore grip and a very short butt handle. Also the original real seat was replaced with a slightly heavier seat. I use to build rods back in the 70's and 80's so doing this modification was fun.
By Michael K.
New Jersey
Great Rod for Light Fishing and Fluking
July 29, 2016
Very nice rod when fishing with smaller lures like bucktails and small poppers. Has been my primary rod for fluking this summer and fishing in the river where long casts are not necessary and focusing on placement is more important then distance. Pairs beautifully with a Battle II 4000.
ProsGreat for fluking especially when jigging for with small bucktails
ConsTough to work a pencil popper with
By Pat W.
Eastern NC
Dependable Rods
December 7, 2015
I love these rods. I use the 410 for inshore jigging and the MH for bait and theyr'e great. For the price, you can't beat em with a stick. I've caught nice trout, redfish, flounder and rays & the rods hold up great.
Prosprice, durability, action,
Cons?
By cristian
Lake worth, FL
decent rod
May 4, 2015
i went offshore with this rod (bad desciison ) i mean its a good rod and all but it took me an hour to get a 20 lb kingfish in but good quality rod for the price
By andre
Boynton beach, FL
ok rod for the price
January 27, 2015
you get what you pay for. This rod gets the job done but isn't super stiff
By Ben
Lake Worth, Florida
Amazing rod
January 23, 2015
I have this rod and i absoluetley love it. It has good backbone and can handle big fish. Definitely worth every penny!
By brandon
marietta, GA
Great Rod for the Price
August 26, 2014
You cannot beat these rods for the price. I have the 7' ML and 7' M. Great freshwater rods for bass and pan fish.
ProsCant beat the price. Very strong rod. Beautiful rod
ConsNone
By Shane
Birmingham, AL
Great Price
December 22, 2013
Great rod. The only thing to consider when buying is a light action saltwater rod feels like a very strong medium to medium heavy fresh water rod.
ProsGreat price
ConsA little stiff for a light action
4 Questions & 4 Answers
TJ McGraw
from West End, North Carolina asked:
April 20, 2019
I plan on buying this 7’ light action rod with a Pursuit III, what reel size should I pair the rod with?
1 Answer
Unfortunately we no longer carry this rod, but to answer this question any reel size 2000-3000 would pair well. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on May 2, 2019

Brendan
from Brooklyn NY asked:
January 8, 2017
Are the guides on the baitcasting rods single or double footed?
1 Answer
The Penn Squadron Inshore Rods are double footed.
Submitted by: Donald on January 10, 2017

sherry
from waldport or asked:
April 21, 2015
i bought a penn battle btl 5000 reel for salmon fishing on the beach what typ of rod should i buy to match it i would like somthing that isent to heavy
1 Answer
Sherry, SQDIN1220S70 PEN-1265 is a 7ft medium- heavy, it would be good for casting off the beach for Salmon.
Submitted by: Frank on April 22, 2015

Rusty
from Houston asked:
June 16, 2014
I just recently purchased a Penn 3500 for inshore fishing. It is currently on a Shimano jig and worm rod, but I am looking for a better match for the reel. I do a lot of wade fishing with 20 pound braid. What would you suggest as a good rod for that reel and that type of fishing? Thanks
1 Answer
Take a look at the Shimano Convergence CVSFL72MHB. Great light weight and very sensitive rod. I use mine for back bay Flounder and Stripers. Great price as well.
Submitted by: Customer Service on June 17, 2014

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