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The Penn Squall 40 will hold 540 yards of 20 LB Test, 360 of 30 LB Test, topping out at 300 YDS of 40 LB Test monofilament fishing line. Braided line capacities of 540 YDS of 80 LB Test, and 750 YDS of 50.
Mono capacity (yds/lb): 1550/30, 890/50, and 565/80. Braid capacity (yds/lb): 2485/65, 2145/80, and 1835/100.
PENN Squall 40LD Left Hand Overhead Reel Specifications:

Bearings: 6. Weight: 591. Drag: 10kg. Capacity: 30/360.

PENN warrants to the original purchaser that its rods are free from defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase. PENN is not responsible for normal wear and tear, nor failures caused by accidents, abuse, alteration, modification, misuse or improper care.
No. The heavier line will not work well with the action of the rod. The extra line capacity won`t matter when your rod breaks off instead of your line breaking.
Line Capacity Mono (yds/lb): 1565/60 1120/80 965/100. Line Capacity Braid (yds/lb): 3640/100 3025/130 2235/200. Max Drag (lbs): 65lb.
Mono Capacity (yds/lb): 1330/100, 1005/130, 870/150. Braid Capacity (yds/lb): 5025/100 4175/130 3085/200.
Penn Conflict II

The Conflict II is the lightest design Penn makes. It features the HT-100 drag and an RR30 Rigid Resin body and rotor. Internally, the Conflict II runs on CNC Gear Technology, including stainless steel ball bearings.

PENN Fishing Tackle Mfg. Co. warrants its Products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase. This warranty does not cover damage or malfunctions caused by accident, abuse, or normal expected wear.
Most rods break because they get tiny fractures in them over time. You don`t notice those small fractures but then when the rod breaks on a fish, most people falsely think that it was the fish that broke the rod.
The PENN® Squall® II Star Drag is lightweight, quick on the retrieve, and extremely castable due to its revolutionary Live Spindle design. Now featuring PENN`s proprietary Fast Gear Access Sideplate, the Squall II is more angler friendly than ever.
It`s rare that you`ll need more than 100 yards but 150 will definitely keep you covered! You can do a monofilament backing if 150 yards of braided line is not enough to fill up the spool.
The thicker the line, the less can fit on a reel. Likewise, thick line will have higher visibility in the water than a thin line, which can make a big difference in tricking fish to take a lure, bait, or fly.
If you plan on fishing close to mangroves or docks for big snook or redfish, this is an ideal setup. I would recommend using anywhere between 30 and 50-lb braided line on a 3500-size spinning reel.
Shimano Baitrunner 12000 D Spinning Reel Specifications:

Roller Bearings: 1. Gear Ratio: 4.6:1. Weight: 30 oz. Line Capacity – Mono: 550 yds./12 lb., 350 yds./16 lb., 265 yds./20 lb.

For most 2500 or 3000 size reels with similar diameters (1-3/4 inch), a 1/4 inch gap is what is best for the backing. This is the perfect amount of gap to be able to use all 150 yards of your new line.
Capacity 390 yds 40lb Braid.
Retrieve is 3.6:1 and line capacity is 350yds of 30lb nylon.
PENN Battle III 8000 Spinning Reel Specifications:

Mono capacity (yd/lb): 340/20, 310/25, 230/30. Mono capacity (m/mm): 310/0.46, 285/0.48, 210/0.56. Braid capacity (yd/lb): 475/50, 390/65, 345/80.

Max drag: 6kg. Line Capacity: 20/320. Weight: 552.8g.
FIERCE IV 4000 – [Gear Ratio 6.2:1, 15Lb Drag, Line Capacity 260YD/20lb, Recommended Line Sizes: 20 lbs to 30 lbs, Weight 12.5oz.] FIERCE IV 5000 – [Gear Ratio 5.6:1, 25Lb Drag, Line Capacity 300YD/30lb, Recommended Line Sizes: 30 lbs to 40 lbs, Weight 19.6oz.]
According to traditional theory, drags should be set to between one quarter and one third of the line`s rated breaking strength.
Its fully machined stainless steel gear train is one of the biggest in the business! Max drag: 100 lbs.

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