Spinning reel fishing significantly differs from the other types of fishing – the amount of take in it depends not only on the skills of the fisherman, but also on the selected elements of gear. Only with the right choice of gear you will get the greatest enjoyment from leisure on the pond. One of the most important elements in your gear is a reel, all due to the fact that it has to perform the main work – from cast of the squid to fighting with a representative of aqua-flora. That is why the reel should not have defects, jerking, snacking, and this is especially important for beginner fishermen.
Types of spinning reels
This type of mono reel goes under the name “sea reels”, because they are mainly used for large fish catching. Using this type of reel you can very quickly reel on fish line and make a distant cast.
They gained their popularity among experienced spinners. Unfortunately this type of reel is hardly suitable for fishermen without spinning experience. But it is not necessary to have an expensive reel of such a plan for the development of spinning technique.
Currently this kind of reel is sometimes used during jigging, but it is generally considered as obsolete one. During the retrieve masters of spinning clamp the fish line with fingers for the immediate feeling of the bite. The centre-pin reels have only one, but a very serious minus – unwinding by inertia, even when the bait has not yet appeared in the water. Therefore, the main complexity for the spinner is to stop the rotation in time, otherwise the fishing line can easily become entangled and bring a lot of inconvenience and bad mood to its user. We recommend this type of reel for “Jedi” spinners.
They are highly popular among connoisseurs of the fish craft; they are installed on a large assortment of various fishing tools. The use of this device doesn’t require any special practice or experience: after a couple of spinning swings it is quite possible to learn this technique and the usage of different wiring types. These reels are made for a variety of conditions and have all possible sizes and materials. Before cast you should fold back the clamp and press the fish line to the rod with your finger. The next step is to cast your bait. When the rod tilts at 45 degrees angle it is necessary to release the fish line, and as a result it will begin to unwind. The heaviness of the bait will define how far it can be thrown. After the bait is in the water it is necessary to return the line guide clamp to its initial position, and then the retrieve can be made. When the fisherman winds up a fish line on a spool, the line guide helps to rewind it neatly.