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Steps Of Changing A Fishing Line On A Spincast Reel

The spin cast reel is mainly closed face spinning reel because o it’s cone-shaped cover that fixed on the front of the reel. The main parts are placed inside under the nose cone. For releasing the spool, it has a large push button at the reel back. There is a handle on the side for retrieving line. Inside the nose cone, you will find the important parts. In the cover, there is a tiny hole from where the line comes out. One of the advantages of this types of reels is various types of outfit design for children sporting. Spincast Reel is comparatively easy to use than the other types of reels. Such as, for forwarding casting you have to press the button on the back of the reel. A great reel for both new and experienced anglers, spin cast reels are easy to use and durable. Part of the routine maintenance associated with any reel is changing the line. Changing the fishing line is the routine maintenance of a spin cast reel. Now, we will talk about the process of fishline changing the line on the spin cast reel.

1. At first, you have to press the spool release button on the upper side of the reel and hold the line with your hand. Then try to pull out the old line from the spin cast reel.

2. Then you should turn the spool cover and pull it off to remove. Carefully cut the fishing line from the spool by using scissors.

3. You have to pull the free end of the new line from the filler spool. Then start to feed the line through the rod tip and put down the length of the reel rod.

4. Try to pass the new line through the front cover of the spool and after that, around the spool of the reel. To form an Arbor knot, Pull 6 to 8 inches of line past the spool of the spincast reel.

5. You have to make a loop on the free end of the line around the main line three times. Just pull the free end of the lineup and down it through the three loops. Try to moisten the knot and tighten around the main line. You must continue pulling the knot until that secures against the spool of the reel. You must do it very sincerely. Then cut the excess line at the free end line with knife or scissors.

Loop the free end of the line around the main line three times. Pull the free end of the lineup and then down through the three loops. Moisten the knot and pull it down tight around the main line. Continue pulling the knot until it is secure against the spool of the reel. Cut the excess line on the free end from the knot with scissors.\

6. Place the cover on the reel back, apply enough tension to the line in front of the spool by using your hand. Then fill the spool ( see user manual or manufacturer guide) until the spool within the ¼ inch of the spool edge.