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Hi Karen:
If this is a fishing reel, pull off the old line into a plastic bag or wind it on to an old spool so it can be safely discarded. Tie the new line on to the reel, and wind the new line on.
There used to be a closed face spinning reel that you would unscrew the face cover to access the spool.

If this is a weed eater, grass whip, some of the older units had a threaded centre with a left hand thread. Once unscrewed, the spool lifted off and you could wind on the new cutting cord.

Happy fishing, or gardening.

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By using backing and a smaller amount of fresh line on top of it, you can keep a reel filled to capacity with fresh line, which maximizes casting distance, especially with spinning reels.
By using backing and a smaller amount of fresh line on top of it, you can keep a reel filled to capacity with fresh line, which maximizes casting distance, especially with spinning reels.
Line size can be a drag

The short of it a heavier, thicker line will not cast as well as a thinner, lighter line will. So 10-pound line will throw a lure much farther than 20-pound line will. There is less drag on the line in both the guides and in the air.

The thicker the line, the less can fit on a reel. Likewise, thick line will have higher visibility in the water than a thin line, which can make a big difference in tricking fish to take a lure, bait, or fly.
The lighter your chosen line class, the more chance you will get bites and ultimately, more fish! Lighter line will be thinner in diameter compared to a heavier line.
In freshwater, a 4-12 lb test is standard. For small trout and sunfish, a 4 lb test is okay. For bass or general freshwater fishing, 6-8 lb test is the norm. In saltwater, 12-15 il test is standard when using light tackle for smaller species, while 17-20 lb test allows you to target bigger fish.
A common question we get is “can I wash my hair while wearing box braids or knotless braids” and the answer is YES!
Braided line is generally more durable and has better casting distance. Mono fishing line is more affordable and user-friendly. If you`re a beginner, you`ll likely want to stick with a mono fishing line. With more experience, you may want to consider using a braided fishing line.
A major, and obvious one, is that the wrong amount of line will severely limit your casting distance. It also commonly creates more tangles. At best tangled line wastes your precious fishing time.

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ANSWER : If it is a multiplier reel most of the lever tension springs are the same. they can be bought from QUENTIN MILLMAN in portsmouth. they have a mail order branch and can be located on line.i have tried making my own springs but the dog leg has to be at the right angle.best buy the right one for a few pounds. regards barry.

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ANSWER : Hi Karen:
If this is a fishing reel, pull off the old line into a plastic bag or wind it on to an old spool so it can be safely discarded. Tie the new line on to the reel, and wind the new line on.
There used to be a closed face spinning reel that you would unscrew the face cover to access the spool.

If this is a weed eater, grass whip, some of the older units had a threaded centre with a left hand thread. Once unscrewed, the spool lifted off and you could wind on the new cutting cord.

Happy fishing, or gardening.

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Need a Popeil Pocket fisherman manual
ANSWER : For the original pocket fisherman. I believe the design has not changed. Once you do it the first time it is actually quite easy.Two things to note. Read this whole thing first.1) the location of the bail spring (Keeps the metal bail cover up so line does not get stuck when casting.Note: This is important cause the metal bail cover must rise enough so that the line casts smoothly. (A complaint about this product. But when calibrated correctly it is quite good for what it is)2) The little **** that the crank gear plastic housing will fit into (Must be on top when you put the whole bail back in. The crank shaft lip fits into that ****.You’ll get it when you see it.Remove the panel screws (2) as you did. Pop out the crank shaft (copper). **** is in top when replacing. (remember that). Remove the bail. On the top of the bail there is a screw. ( becareful and remember how the little metal bail spring in situated here. Turn upside down with metal bail cover in your palm as it conects to the bail spring). Pull off metal bail cover. The plastic line holder actually comes apart and holds a lot more line than you think. Replace line. Feed the line back up the rod. Assemble the opposite.

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How to I fix a spin casting reel?
ANSWER : You should be able to remove the spool by removing the knob on the front of the reel which also is the drag adjustment. With the knob off the spool should pull right off. Hope this helps you

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I have the penn Senator 15L and lately the reel when over 200 yards of Line goes out then I start to reel it in the reel starts to Slip and no line can be reeled in? Do you have a solution? Thanks
ANSWER : The weight of that much line is caausing the drag to slip. you need to tighten the drag up some more. hope this helps

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The line got tangled up inside the reel. I had to take it apart. How do i rethread the line through the reel
ANSWER : You need to let us know what the model and make is or we cannot help you.

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My line won’t rewind on my Shakespeare Encore reel. After casting, the bail snaps in place, but when I reel in, the line won’t reel in. The spool turns with the bail, but doesn’t retriev
ANSWER : Your line is on the wrong side of the bail. Rethread the line so its over the bail so that after the cast you flip it up it catches the line and retracts it.

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