Picked up a new spinning rod an Abu Garcia revo s and a duckett rod to go with it. So that I can throw smaller jigs and etc since I am not that good with a bait caster. Which is my next question right now I have two Abu Garcia black max reels and would like to get better with them. Question is if I spend more money on a new bait aster is a nicer reel going to be easier to use and make learning easier than the cheap one I have now.
Another thing you'll learn with practice is that each reel is different and requires a different amount of adjustments to get them to that sweet spot with each lure. I can grab my Shimano Calisto and adjust it real quick and be lobbing lures in seconds. While I can grab my Lew's LFS and still be adjusting it after I've cast a few times. Also magnet brakes and centrifugal brakes act a little different. So if you picked up that Revo S and started casting like a champ but you are still getting birds nests with the Black Max reels that might be why. Ones magnet and ones centrifugal.
Thanks guys, will watch the videos when I am at work as the internet isnt' that great at home. Will work on the reels a little and see if I can get them tuned in and do a bunch more practice with them.