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The saltwater standard since 1932 with a rich Past, Present and Future. PENN has been designing and manufacturing fishing gear for over 75 years.

The resulting skill, knowledge and passion enable PENN to produce reels that have set records in nearly every IGFA classification.

No matter where you fish, or what you fish for, look to PENN to perform flawlessly now and in the future. PENN pride themselves on the fact that millions of experienced anglers around the world put their faith in PENN products every day.

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Can I buy Penn from Anaconda?

Yes, you can. Penn is the go-to brand for quality saltwater fishing gear and supplies, and Penn reels have set records in nearly every IGFA classification. Manufacturing top quality fishing gear for over 75 years, Otto Henze founded the Penn fishing company in 1932 in the United States. Whether you are new to the fishing world or a seasoned angling expert, then you can rely on Penn.

What is included in this collection?

This range includes a selection of Penn fishing gear and equipment, including some of the best rods, reels and combos around. Choose Penn fishing shirts for comfortable fishing clothing that has been designed to keep you comfortable and flexible. Penn line is strong and durable, helping you to keep that fish on the hook for longer. Penn has not quite developed the technology to guarantee a fish at the end of the line, but they have come pretty close. Whether you are looking for a specific product or just stocking up for your next fishing trip, shop Penn online or at your local Anaconda store today.

Do you have any tips for choosing a new fishing rod?

Well, it is a matter of personal preference really, and the rod that you choose will depend on where you do most of your fishing. The length of a rod is measured from the tip to the end of the butt, with shorter rods being used to cast shorter distances with lighter rigs and lures. They allow for increased control over where you wish to fish.

In contrast, a longer rod is essential if you are hoping to cast further distances it is also important to consider the wright of the rod, and how much weight it is able to carry. If you are fishing for big game fish, then you are going to need a stronger rod. The material of your dishing rod is related to the kind of fishing that you are likely to be doing, with a combination of materials being ideal. For those who prefer to be able to fish in multiple locations for a variety of different species. You should also consider the material of your handle, with most anglers choosing this by personal preference and what they find to be the most comfortable.

How should I care for and maintain my rod and reel?

To clean your reel, first, you need to tighten the drag to prevent water contamination. You should never immerse your reel in water or wash it with high pressure as this can result in water getting into the gearing and drag systems and cause irreparable damage. Slightly sponge your feel with warm soapy water, rinsing it with fresh water and drying it with a soft, clean cloth.

It is also recommended that you wipe your line as well, and always make sure that you remove any salt or residue from under the spool and the top of the reel. To maintain your reels performance for longer, it is also advised that you use a small amount of lubrication, but be careful that this does not touch the line itself. It is essential to clean your rod after each trip to maintain optimum performance for longer. Wash it down with fresh water. Check for any damage carefully, and remove stubborn dirt with a small amount of soapy water. Always ensure that your gear if properly rinsed and dried before storage and avoid the use of any harsh chemicals such as chlorine or bleach.

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