spinning reel


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spin′ning reel`


n.
a fishing reel having a stationary spool mounted parallel to the rod and a revolving metal arm that winds the line onto the spool and disengages during casting.
[1945–50]
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I longed for a spinning reel to make casting easier and, one Christmas, I got one.
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Some five decades ago, when the spinning reel was first invented, I recall angling clubs becoming embroiled in some very fiery arguments, as the spinning reel was seen as the 'invention of the devil' which would eventually be responsible for killing off our fish stocks.
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But Mathews had his own spinning reel attached to a nine-foot, five-weight fly rod.
Despite experiencing interference in running, he overcame over came those problems to cruise home by a deceptive three-quarters of a length from Spinning Reel.
Despite experiencing interference in running, he overcame those problems to cruise home by a deceptive three-quarters of a length from Spinning Reel.
A closed-face spinning reel that automatically stores line by turning a crank.