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Penn Spinfisher VI - Let the stampede begin

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FYI, The new Spinfishers are now showing as in stock at many of the major online retailers.

 

 

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Live liners?

Amazon had a few, but no LL.

bass pro shows them in stock, but is usually full of it with stock status

 

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All of the models are up at walmart.

I just got one (4500LL) for 159.97 minus my wife's 10% discount. Probably the best deal you'll see on that reel for a while. Now I need something to go on it

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3 hours ago, Borsig said:

All of the models are up at walmart.

I just got one (4500LL) for 159.97 minus my wife's 10% discount. Probably the best deal you'll see on that reel for a while. Now I need something to go on it

I pre ordered mine for 140 I think

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Wondering how these LL models will hold up. I use the last model almost exclusively because I got a good deal on them, but the water intrusion through the LL lever really sucks. Have to tear it down all the  time and I’ve had to replace a bunch of corroded parts on it. Looking to upgrade for next year 

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16 mins ago, BillyBallGame said:

Wondering how these LL models will hold up. I use the last model almost exclusively because I got a good deal on them, but the water intrusion through the LL lever really sucks. Have to tear it down all the  time and I’ve had to replace a bunch of corroded parts on it. Looking to upgrade for next year 

I am almost certain that the model used in the much debated 'dunk test' video Penn released was a live liner. In and out of water for a day or two with no intrusion. People have beaten that claim to death from both sides already, but early opinions/reviews seem positive.

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I’m gonna stick with my trusty old 704z. Over 20 years of service and it still does exactly what I need it to do.  

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