Quick Tip To Spool Your Spinning Reel To Avoid Line Twists
Do you get a ton of wind knots or tangles in your braided line?
At some point, it happens to us all.
This could be due to line twists in your braid.
And you could be putting those twists on your spool when you’re spooling line onto your reel.
So in this video, you’ll learn the steps to spool your spinning reel to avoid line twists.
Check it out below!
Spool Your Spinning Reel To Avoid Line Twists [VIDEO]
First, you need to understand how the line is coming off of the line spool to the reel spool.
It’s being wrapped around the spool by your bail.
A big mistake is to face the top of your spool at the line spool.
Because it’s coming off of the spool straight but then it’s being twisted as it spools onto the reel.
Instead, put the spool face label side up.
Lay the spool on the ground (label up) and that allows the line to come off of the line spool in the same manner that it goes onto your reel.
Also, keep an eye on the line that’s in between the two spools.
If you do see it twist, flip the line spool label down and start reeling until you see the line straightens out.
Be constantly doing these steps and keeping an eye on the line to keep line twists out.
Do you have any tips for keeping line twists out?
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