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New Line Spooler #13302278 10/05/19 01:42 PM
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I was offered a line spooler to review so I did. smile Any way, I'm old school, I used a bucket, and heavy book to spool my reels, but this thing works well and the neat thing is you can use it to remove line from your reel. Check it out :

Re: New Line Spooler [Re: parttime] #13302283 10/05/19 01:57 PM
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Wouldn’t you need to turn the line sideways for a spinning reel to avoid line twist? It seems like it would work great for baitcasters though.


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Originally Posted by Tin Star Cajun
Wouldn’t you need to turn the line sideways for a spinning reel to avoid line twist? It seems like it would work great for baitcasters though.

yes, there is a right way and a wrong way for spinning reels.

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That is similar to what I use but way more complicated. I take the line off the top of the spool with my reels right side up. I have been doing it that way for at least 20 years with my Shimano spinning reels and have never had line twist. Other brands may not work that way so I can’t speak for them.

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