Penn Media Summit 2013
Recently Penn brought together a group of first class captains and outdoor writers to fish with the latest Penn products for 2014. A great time was had by all.
Penn Summit Trio
Patrick Sebile, Drew Lawler and myself (Scott Goodwin) with the fresh catch of the day fishing with Capt. Butch Constable.
New Penn Fishing reel Lineup
Penn’s line up of offshore reels gives new meaning to â€œloaded for bearâ€.
George Mitchell Tuna
Capt. George Mitchell cradles another tuna that fell for the Sebile Splasher topwater lure.
The Sebile Splasher is a very stable topwater plug that makes an incredible commotion drawing the attention of many predators like this blackfin tuna.
Using Penn’s new spinning outfits we were able to throw the Splasher great distances to busting tuna schools.
Setting up the kite
We used all different methods to catch a wide variety of fish at the Penn Media Summit in Palm Beach, Florida. Capt. George deploys the kite with helium balloon.
golden tile fish
Here, Gary Caputi shows off a golden tilefish that we caught in deep water using the Penn Torque and four pounds of weight.
Penn Squall Level wind
We also gave the new Penn Squall Levelwind a work out and it did just fine. Smooth and lightweight, we caught many species on it.
Penn caught cornet fish
Cameron Hughes from Penn proved that you can catch just about anything on a Sebile Fastcast jig. A cornet fish fell for the life-like flutter of this small metal jig.
Patrick Sebile lure tweaks
Patrick Sebile the creator of Sebile lures was with us and had great insights on how to tweak his lures for specific applications.
Fastcast jig Lane Snapper
Another sucker for the Fastcast jig, this lane snapper pounced it while jigging close to the bottom near a natural reef.
Patrick Sebile and Scott Goodwin
A quick double header from spanish mackerel as they swarmed around the boat.
Patrick Sebile Jack Crevalle
Patrick Sebile checking off another species on his lures
Capt George Mitchell Yellowfin
Capt. George Mitchell’s Yellowfin â€œSnake Dancerâ€ is rigged and ready for anything.
Scott Goodwin Snook
The variety continued at the inlet for snook and tarpon
Fishing with Capt. Steve Gordon, we caught a tasty assortment of snapper and tuna.
Penn Summit Fish feast
The chefs at Sailfish Marina made the most of our catch of the day. Awesome stuff.
Penn Squall Level Wind
PENN Level Wind Reels have been around for a long time for a reason, because charter boat captains and guides trust them to get the job done.