Penn Fierce III Review (Top Pros & Cons, And Who It’s For)
It’s reel review time!
If you’re looking for a durable, affordable live bait reel that’ll give you a lot of bang for your buck, then you’re going to love this reel review!
Justin, our head of tackle, and I are tag-teaming this Penn Fierce III review as he’s breaking down the specs of it and I’m showing some fun on-the-water footage of it in action.
Check it out below!
Penn Fierce III Review [VIDEO]
There’s a lot to like about the Penn Fierce III, but it’s not perfect, and it’s not for everyone, so check out the pros, cons, and specs below.
- Full metal body that doesn’t bend or flex
- HT-100 carbon fiber drag system
- I’ve used my Penn Fierce IIIs for 5+ years
- Low price
- Overall great value for the price
- Heavier than most other inshore reels (so it’s not great for people who use artificial lures)
- Does not have corrosion-resistant ball bearings
Penn Fierce III 3000 Specs:
- Weight: 11.8 oz
- Line capacity: 250/15
- Gear Ratio: 6.2:1
- Max Drag: 15 lbs.
If you use live or cut bait and want an affordable, durable reel, this reel is for you.
But if you use artificial lures and make dozens of casts throughout the day, this reel’s heaviness compared to other inshore reels might not make it the best option.
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