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Anybody interested in this antique lot?

4 rods, 4 penn reels. Rods have solid wood handles. There short so I’m not sure what they were intended for. Located in Ontario ny. Pm me

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Those are pretty stiff Penn boat rods. They all have Senator reels. Those are great reels that will last for a lot of years. They can easily be used for meat rods

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2 are 5.5’ and 2 are 6’.
Would like to sell as a set.


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Mops is correct, they are boat rods. Used for bottom fishing for flounder, sea bass, scup, cod etc.



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The two rods and reels on the left are often used for Seth Green rigs (also called themocline rigs) The reel on the extreme left is a Penn 49M and the next ( red one) looks like a Penn 309.the older 309 that is pictured with the metal spool is actually better than the new ones which have a plastic spool.I think I have 7 or so and have never had a single problem with them. A very useful addition to those reels for anyone buying them is to find some power handles for them (probably on Ebay etc.).They are good sturdy reels for both the above use and salt water as well

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