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This is an Instructable to help all the beginners of the great sport of fishing! It will show you how to spool(put line on) a reel and attach it to a ...
You will need:-A Rod-A Reel-Fishing Line-A Lure-A Scissors
Image 1: The reel.Image 2: Open The Bail Arm.Image 3: Tie on line. This is the knot you tie: http://www.animatedknots.com/arbor/index.phpImage 4: Clos...
Image 1: Cut the line when the reel is full but not over full.Image 2: On most reels there is a line clip on the side. Clip the line in here for now.i...
Image 1:Un-clip the line and open the bail arm.Image 2:Put the line through the line guides.Image 3:Close the bail arm when there is about a meter of ...
You are almost done!!!!!!!!Image 1: Tie on the lure. This is the knot I use with my rapala (pictured): http://www.animatedknots.com/rapala/index.phpI...
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That's not the proper way to line a spinning reel. You should leave the spool on it's side facing up, then reel it in. (The way you show is for spincast reels) They are designed to reel in fresh line that way. And if it does get knotted or kinked just pull the knot out and flip the spool over. Later on it will be less hassle and less of a chance of your line getting all tangled up while trolling or reeling in.
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