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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 fishing rod. PLEASE RATE MY INSTRUCTABLE..

Step 1: What You Will Need

You will need:
-A Rod
-A Reel
-Fishing Line
-A Lure
-A Scissors
What is the rod's casting weight,also,are telescopic rods any good??<br>
Hi there! <br>A rod's casting weight is a recommend weight range that a rod is capable of casting to achieve maximum performance without damaging the rod. Casting a weight higher than this recommended casting weight could snap the rod. Casting below the weight range wont allow you to achieve maximum casting distance.<br><br>Telescopic rods are great for travel uses where you need to pack a rod into a suitcase. Telescopic rods are not your only option however. There are also multi piece rods that come in sections. You can get very good telescopic and multi-piece travel rods. Shimano makes some good value telescopic rods, namely the Shimano Catana spinning rod. As long as you stick to major fishing equipment brands you should get a good quality rod!<br><br>Hope this answers your questions!
Well,i wanted to buy Spro TFX6 dyno force,it's a telescopic spinning rod with 5-20 grams casting weight for 20$ BUT,im not sure should i buy a two piece<br><br>spinning rod with 10-30 grams casting weight,also 20$<br><br>My only problem is,is the first one srong enough,im a begginner...<br><br>I wanna fish for Chub,pike...European classics,i live in serbia,they can grow to 4-7 kg rarely so i think first rod is better for me,but i want a pro's thoughts... :)
<p>I would personally go with the telescopic rod purely because it's easier to transport. Then again you can also float fish for pike and chub. There are rods specifically designed for pike fishing. The rod you mentioned would be a good all rounder beginners rod that could be used for many applications. The best bet would be to get in touch with your local fishing tackle shop and ask them for recommendations. They will be the most knowledgeable about what gear you should be using in your area. They will also be able to recommend you tackle and hooks etc. that should be used.</p>
Nah,i'll just buy telescopic one,but i will check the store anyway(but this is Serbia,they don't know anything!)
<p>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.</p>
Thank you for this! It helped greatly!
Thank you for this guide, i live in Middlesbrough, North East England, I will try this guide out for myself when i go sea fishing next and let you know the outcome of my fishing trip using this guide.
there is a repella lure that work real well, its blue on top and silver and orange in the bottom, works danm good, i bought my second one today(lost first one) and on the first cast when i realed my rod in a 1 1/2 foot fishpike or trout) swims right over it and grabs it, but i was so used to bass fishing that i riped the hook right out of em'. made me sick to my stomach
cool (just one thing its called rapalla not a repella)
Check out my other Instructable on every thing you need to know about sea fishing. <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Sea-Fishing/">http://www.instructables.com/id/Sea-Fishing/</a><br/>

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