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Pelbagai peralatan pancing BARU (NEW) dan TERPAKAI (USED) yang diimport. Pelbagai jenama dan model bagi alatan seperti :

Fishing Reel dari pelbagai jenis seperti fly, surf, spin, cast, conventional hingga ke "big game" dan electric untuk air tawar (freshwater) dan air masin (saltwater).

Fishing Rods (Joran pelbagai jenis spinning, casting, jigging dan conventional Rod dari pelbagai jenama terkenal termasuk blank dan rod custom made.

Fishing Line/Leader/Lure/Hooks jenama terkenal tetapi sukar didapati di pasaran tempatan bagi jenis mono, braid maupun dacron. Bagi leader (perambut) pula flurocarbon yang terbaik dan penghasilan yang berbaloi. Hooks juga tersedia dengan pelbagai saiz yang mempunyai tahap ketahanan tinggi. Begitu juga dengan gewang (lure) dan umpan tiruan (bait) dari jenama yang terkenal.

Fishing Gear/Tools Untuk mencapai kesempurnaan pemancing pelbagai alatan tambahan diperlukan dan sepatutnya ada bersama seperti pakaian, kasut, topi dan keperluan lain.

Kebanyakan peralatan dari tokey fishing tackle adalah dari jenis yang tidak ada atau kurang dan payah dicari di pasaran tempatan. Selain itu ada juga yang sudah tidak ada pengeluaran (discontinued) boleh didapati termasuk alatan lama dan vintage

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Penn Reels News for Penn International 2007 above owner

Penn Dura Drag Parts


Penn Fishing Tackle has developed a revolutionary drag, the Penn Dura-Drag™. The Penn Dura-Drag™ will dramatically improve the performance of Penn International® reels, as well as extend the life span of an International® drag. Penn is providing fisherman with the finest performing drags on the market.


Penn Dura-Drag™ was developed in a joint effort between Penn engineers and a leading US Auto Manufacturer supplier, and is based on the same material used in the transmissions of high-performance racing cars. This material has been awarded QS-9000 compliancy, among the highest of quality standards in the automotive industry. Dura-Drag™ is tough and durable; it endures frequent and heavy use; and withstands the high levels of heat generated during big game battles. Dura-Drag™ contains a special Phenolic bonding agent that prevents premature breakdown of the material while also providing a water-barrier. Dura-Drag™ is then pre-treated with a special formula developed by Penn Engineers through extensive testing and research. This special formula improves the drag performance, provides a barrier to prevent water damage, and gives the drag a silky, smooth feel from initial start-up through the entire drag run. The combination of new drag material and special formula gives anglers the toughest, smoothest, longest-lasting drag ever developed – a drag so revolutionary it has been trademarked Dura-Drag™. Scientific tests prove that new Penn Dura-Drag™ performance is unsurpassed. After 30 hours of drag pressure in controlled testing, Penn Dura-Drag™ looked and performed as if it were brand new, right out of its packaging, while competitive drags showed obvious signs of wear. In terms of performance and smoothness, both light-tackle and big-game anglers will greatly appreciate the lack of an initial surge in drag-pressure, common in other drag materials. Smoother start-ups and more consistent drag pressures translate into fewer pulled hooks, and broken lines will quickly become a thing of the past. According to our field testers, this is by far the finest and smoothest drag they have ever fished.


New Penn Dura-Drags are shipped in a sealed pouch. When storing new Dura-Drag washers, always keep them in the sealed pouch until you are ready to replace the old drags.


DO NOT APPLY GREASE to Penn Dura-Drag™. Penn’s special formula has already been applied. Dura-Drag™ washers are ready to be put into International®reels WITHOUT grease being applied. Note – DO NOT APPLY GREASE, applying grease to new Penn Dura-Drag™ washers will drastically reduce performance.



Calstar's History

Many have asked questions about Calstar vs. Sabre and other west coast action rods or blanks. I received an e-mail from one of our customers who found this history lesson on the west coast rod and blanks. The following was written by Jerry Rillbug.

"I will try to keep this short as possible, but there is a lot of history to cover. Calstar rods are manufactured in Gardena by owner Leon Todd. Leon started off in the fishing pole industry with a small company called Roddy Rods. Because of his expertise, he was asked to go to work for Sabre (California Tackle) when they started up and was one of the small stockholders in the company. Leon worked for Sabre for about 19 years and was the main inventor of most of the present day west coast rods. He always had a willing ear and would try almost anything that sounded reasonable.

When some of us asked for shorter rods, he designed the very first short Stroker rod, the 655. Because this was a little soft, he changed the patterns slightly and made the rod stiffer. This was labeled, the 655-H. After trying these rods out, we wanted something even stiffer and the 655-XH was born. Then ultimately the 655-XXH, 6455 series, (Leon didn't want to continue adding X's to the number) and many others.

Leon left the company after about 19 years and went into retirement. A friend and I found a rod manufacture up north that was going under and we tried to get Leon to go into business with us and we would start another rod company. Leon declined and decided to go into the hypalon grinding business, just to do something. One day, an acquaintance contacted him and asked him if he would like some rolling machines,cello-wrappers etc., which is the same equipment used to make fiberglass poles. At that time the beds were short, because they were being used to make aircraft antennas, but with a little money and a few modifications, and his own mandrels made up out of high quality steel, Leon was able to make short rods, and started to roll out, a few 655 series blanks. (I have the very first one he made) He didn't have any way to wrap them so he sold them to a few of the local tackle stores to wrap their own.

In the meantime, Sabre had been bought out by a holding company, and the new manager, started cutting corners, and the quality of Sabre rods went downhill rapidly, and they eventually went under. A couple years later, another Calif. rod company, Pro Rod, was having financial difficulties, and at the same time Penn reels was looking for a place to make fishing poles here in the States, and they bought out Pro Rod. About three or four years after the first closing of Sabre and then the second and final closing, Penn negotiated with Sabre to buy the Sabre name and the Stroker name only. These are not the quality of the original Sabre rods, but are of a decent quality. (By the way, Leon is the person who came up with the name Stroker for Sabre)

Back at Calstar, Leon started making more rods but still did not wrap them. I saw a possible company, and started up Commercial Rod Wrapping, and we wrapped rods for Calstar, Sabre, Kencore, and a few smaller people. After two years, Leon bought me out, lock stock and barrel, and now completely makes the rods from start to finish. Leon has been in the industry for over 30 years, and is probably the most knowledgeable person about glass and glass/graphite fishing poles I have ever met. He refuses to skimp on quality, and anything that goes into or onto a Calstar fishing pole is tops. He personally inspects the majority of all rod blanks produced and will not release any rejects, even to me.

Sabre rods were the avant-garde of the industry, and any of you who have some of the older rods, know their quality. They were tough, butt kicking rods that were the rod to have if you were a long range fisherman, where quality made the difference between success and failure. When Leon left the company, so did his expertise, but we are fortunate to have his knowledge working for us today. He turns out a number one quality rod, for a very reasonable price that has a lifetime warranty. The reason that more Tuna over 200 pounds have been caught on a Calstar than any other rod, is the fastidious long rangers want a product that is reliable, and performs to their individual needs.

We hope that Calstar will have a web page one of these days. They have a lot to offer, and could really answer a lot of our questions online. Sorry for the long message, but this is in response to some of the comments made to my note on the 25th, and I hope I have cleared a little of the mud and mystic about Calstar and Sabre...two great rods."

Ono Custom Rods thanks Jerry for this history lesson. We feel the same about Calstar rods and blanks as he does.