Exclusive 7' Prevail® II/Fierce® III 6000 Spinning Combo, Medium Heavy Power
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PENN7' Prevail® II/Fierce® III 6000 Spinning Combo, Medium Heavy Power


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Model # 19991850 | Mfg # 1532756UPC # 31324175495


7' Prevail® II/Fierce® III 6000 Spinning Combo, Medium Heavy Power

Name Value
Ball Bearings 5
Best Use Saltwater Inshore
Saltwater Flats
Drag 25 Pounds
Drag Style Front Drag
Gear Ratios 5.6:1
Guides PENN® Dura-Guides
Length 7 Feet
Line Speed 41" | 104cm
Number of Sections 1 Section
Rod Action Fast
Rod Construction Graphite Composite
Rod Power Medium Heavy
Maximum Test - Braided 490/30 390/40 335/50
Maximum Test - Mono 335/15 230/20 210/25
Type Spinning
Warranty Details One Year
Weight 34.4 Ounces

Product Overview

PENN 7' Prevail® II/Fierce® III 6000 Spinning Combo

Saltwater anglers choose the West Marine exclusive PENN® Fierce® III-Prevail II spinning combos for power and performance in any inshore, boat, or surf fishing situation.

The PENN® Prevail® II inshore rods are now improved, offering 100% graphite rods to provide strength, versatility, and performance. One-piece stainless steel Dura-Guides provide ultimate durability, while ergonomic Winn® grips provide comfort and grip for any fishing situation.

The Fierce® III reel features a full metal body and sideplate, along with PENN's HT-100™ carbon fiber drag washers, the Fierce III/Prevail II combo can handle any inshore or nearshore situation. 


  • Fierce® III 6000 Reel
  • 7' Prevail® II Rod
  • Full metal body and sideplate keep precise gear alignment under heavy loads
  • Techno-Balanced™ rotor gives smooth retrieves
  • 4 stainless steel ball bearings
  • Instant anti-reverse bearing
  • HT-100™ carbon fiber drag washers


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