How to put line on a spinning reel – 7 simple steps!

The entire experience of fishing depends on the fact that you know how to put a line on a spinning reel. It is a significant part that anglers need to learn or they can never enjoy a proper fishing day. And if you know how to properly line the reel then it is good for you. However, if you aren't that good then not get disappointed as today I will show you how you can spool the reel like a pro.

Learn how to put line on a spinning reel:

As you can see, this is specifically a tutorial for those who use the spinning reels. If you use another type of reel, then this ain't gonna help you. So, be sure what kind of reel are you using before trying to implement the method.

Now, all the things aside, let's see how to put line on a spinning reel in just seven simple steps.

Step 1:

The first step is to open the bail before getting the line on. It's something many ignore but do it, so it doesn't obstruct the process of lining the spool. After that, you also should have the reel in a position to retrieve the line as if you were catching real fish.It makes sense as you want to put the line in the direction of recovering from being fair.

Step 2:

Once you are done setting up the reel in the correct position, you need to get the filler spool. Now from that spool get the line to put on the spinning reel. However, doing so you should always keep the cartridge spool on the side where the label is facing up. It's to make sure the line comes out clockwise to make the process smooth.

Step 3:

Now you are done with the preparation stages, and you are actually ready to put a line on a spinning reel. Just take the line from the filler spool first and cover around on the spool before tying it up nicely to the spool. You can tie the knot anyway you like, but the best way to do it is using a double knot. It's preferred by expert anglers to keep the line tight so that it can't get loose. After tying the knot, always cut the extra bit of line from the tie to make it properly fit and also to avoid any sort of tangling issues.

Step 4:

If you have correctly followed the earlier steps, then you are ready to reel the line. Just start winding the spinning reel. You need to be careful doing it as you don't want to move too fast. Also, while using the retriever of the spool, provide tension to the line using your fingers by slightly holding it up. This way it can make the winding process much smoother.

Step 5:

After finishing it, if you feel like the line is loosening then there might be an unexpected twist somewhere. However, if you follow the steps properly, then the chances of a twist occurring is quite small. But if you feel like it then you need to take off the line and start from the beginning once again.

Step 6:

However, if you don't face any twist or another sort of problem while putting the line, then you are good to go. Just make sure you don't overfill the reel with line. When the reel is full just cut the line from the filler spool and you are done.

Step 7:

The last step is more like a trick than actually a process to spool the spinning reel. When you fill up a new line from the filler spool, it often tends to jump off from the reel. It happens because the line isn't well fit the spindle yet. To make certain, it doesn't happen; you can just use a rubber band to cover the reel. Also, you can take the spool off and keep that in warm water for 5-10 minutes. It also helps the line to fit properly to the spool.

Important Tips to Follow while putting the line:

Avoid line twist:

The experience of fishing can be a disaster if you have a line twist. For that reason only, always check the reel for twists after you put the line on. Always, put the lines in the same direction to the retrieving maneuver of the spinning reel. This way you can avoid such circumstances for certain.

Choose proper lines:

You need to know which type of lines go with the spinning reel. The ideal choice according to experts is the monofilament or the fluorocarbon. This kind of lines is more compatible with spinning reels as they provide better castings and returns.

Braided Line:

As you already know monofilament are the best type of line that one can use on the spinning reel. However, if you are willing to use braided line, then you are in for a journey to hell. Because this type of lines are quite silky and spins along the spool when you try to put it on. In case to avoid that, first, use the monofilament or another type of line to cover the reel. After that, you can quickly put the braided line on the reel as you now can get some sort of grip.

Conclusion

I hope you have learnt how to put line on a spinning reel by now. If you follow the steps as they are mentioned, then there is nothing to worry about. However, if you run into some sort of trouble while putting the line, just take some time and start again. It doesn't take that much time to put the line if you actually know what you are doing.

Joe Carrow
 

Being passionate about fishing, I have spent a plenty of time in the fishery. That is why lately I have determined to share my experience and feeling with my friends and followers through my site. It is my high expectation that my lovely site will help the freshers splendidly!

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