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Penn US Senator Conventional Reel

Item No.: 137571

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Retrieval Hand
Gear Ratio
Reel Weight
29.10 oz.
Line Retrieve
34 in.
Max Drag
27 lbs.
Mono Capacity (lbs./yds.)
30/380 40/320 50/235
Braid Capacity (lbs./yds.)
50/785 65/655 80/565
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Product Details

Penn US Senator Conventional Reels provide six shielded stainless steel ball bearings for optimum smoothness. These reels have a one piece, fully machined aluminum frame that's constructed to keep internal parts in perfect alignment for many years of use. With these additional features, HT-100 versa drag system, stainless steel main and pinion gear and an anodized aluminum spool, the Penn US Senator Conventional Reels will stand up to any fishing endeavor, even commercial use.

  • Made in USA of domestic and imported components
  • One piece machined aluminum frame
  • Forged, machined, and anodized aluminum spool
  • Stainless steel main and pinion gear
  • Live spindle with free floating spool
  • HT-100 carbon fiber drag washers
  • Six shielded stainless steel ball bearings
  • Line capacity rings


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Grouper Getter


I own two Penn US Senator 113N reels. I've owned the first one for longer than a year, and I received my second one from FishUSA just the other day. I can't say enough good things about these old school reels (and FishUSA). These US Senator reels look cool. They have plenty of drag; the drag easily handled a 29" gag grouper 2 weeks ago. The reels have a 1-piece metal frame and all the important parts are quality metal. They are easy to use and easy to maintain. I will spool my new reel with 50 lb. mono and mount it to a 6' stand up rod rated for 30-50 lb. line, just like my other one. The newfangled reels designed for braid are counterproductive when bottom fishing in water less than 100'. Knot-tying with braid is difficult, and egg sinkers want to slide up braid when dropping baits to the bottom, which causes tangles.