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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The only time I fish lighter braids is if there's a reason to use it on a spinning reel, as might be the case for steelhead at times.
Also, this is why spinning tackle is not preferred by top slow-pitch anglers, because this type of line control is not possible with a spinning reel.
I picked up some new braid for my wee spinning reel this week to get the spare spool loaded up and refilled the main spool.
Then, just a split-second before the bait hit the water, his thumb would act as a brake to the spinning reel. It took me many years and countless snarls to perfect that technique.
The Bohning[R] Aqua Reel, or B.A.R.[TM] ($134.15), is a first-of-its-kind spinning reel for bowfishing.
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.
Together, we traveled to the Cedar River in Hamilton County to fly fish; Meacham Lake in the town of Duane to fish with a spinning reel for bass; and Palmer Pond in the town of North Hudson to troll for brook trout.
The Power Fish'n Pro features a Shakespeare spinning reel fitted with an electric motor to facilitate the fishing experience.
According to the company, two winners, who preferred to stay anonymous, were overjoyed with USD106,878.59 on the Wheel of Fortune Reel MultiPLAY - Five Times Pay and USD851,864.76 on the Wheel of Fortune Spinning Reel - Triple Double Emeralds, respectively.
Even competent and experienced spinning reel users changing to baitcasters will experience problems.
The company says the rod features a traditional Shakespeare spinning reel fitted with a strong, quiet, electric motor.