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miamimonio

Want to get a penn reels...

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miamimonio

I am considering to change my spinning reels, have done some resear on google, and found that most of the great spinning reels are made by penn, so I decided to get one from penn... but, there are so many types of reels from penn...I found a top reels review article on google which include several penn's reels in their top 10 list, after reading the reviews, I am now locked at PENN Spinfisher V andPenn Battle II... so if anyone want to sell one of these reels, please let me know... I would love to take it!

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miamimonio

no one?

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rumeye

Looks like that store in St Cloud that starts with an S has Penn reels.

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delcecchi
22 hours ago, miamimonio said:

no one?

Sorry, probably have to buy new.  

 

And I must say your post looks suspiciously like spam for a newbie.  

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Wanderer
6 hours ago, delcecchi said:

Sorry, probably have to buy new.  

 

And I must say your post looks suspiciously like spam for a newbie.  

 

I think so too.  Nice try though

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Sea Hage

LOL  +3

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