The Fishing Line Spooler is an important part of the se […]
The Fishing Line Spooler is an important part of the sea rod. Many anglers have this experience: the rod is not as good as the wheel, the rod is poor, and the rod's advantage cannot be exerted; the good round can make up for the deficiency of the rod. So what kind of round is good?
A high-quality Fishing Line Spooler should have a smooth, smooth appearance, a thick spool, and a wide groove to ensure smooth outlet. Shake the handle, light and smooth like flowing water, without feeling of blockage, even if the fishing line is loaded while fishing, the handle is effortless. The fishing line is neatly arranged when taking up the line. The drag switch and stop knob work normally. Each Fishing Line Spooler is marked with a transmission ratio (some individual wheels are not marked), that is, swinging the handle once can drive the Fishing Line Spooler to turn a few times, generally ranging from 1:3 to 1:5. Of course, the large proportion of the line is fast, and it is most suitable for use in the long-distance line and the place where the bottom is easy to hang. This ratio only shows the performance of this wheel, not its quality. The size of the spinning force of the spinning Fishing Line Spooler generally depends on the size of the wheel, and the large pulling force of the wheel is also large. Of course, it is also closely related to the material it uses. In order to reduce friction, some high-quality wheels are equipped with bearings on their drive shafts, as long as they are installed on their main parts. It is not necessarily that the more bearings, the better, because each component of the Fishing Line Spooler has a certain working time limit, and the use time limit of all components requires a general balance. So if there is only one or two good parts for a bobbin, it can't be a good wheel.
Now, in order to explain the quality of the Fishing Line Spooler they produce, many manufacturers have marked some parameters and process standards of the production center. In fact, these standards and instructions are difficult for fishing enthusiasts to understand, and even the familiar cannot test them. In view of this, I feel that the purchaser of rounds can choose according to the criteria that I mentioned earlier that are tangible and tangible. The two mechanisms of the spin knob and the drag switch on the spinning Fishing Line Spooler are not used by some fishermen, so that some effective functions of the Fishing Line Spooler cannot be exerted.
There is no restrictive relationship between the drag switch and the stop knob, but they have a common function, that is, they can be put out, but the working methods and functions of the two are completely different. The stop knob controls the rocker. When it is closed, the rocker can only rotate forward and drive the thread Fishing Line Spooler to take up the wire; when it is turned on, the rocker can be reversed, and at the same time, it can drive the cable Fishing Line Spooler to rewind. This device is used temporarily for the purpose of assembling or arranging fishing tackle. It should not be moved when the fishing line is retracted. Some people don’t use the drag device. When catching a big fish and wanting to take a walk, they open the stop knob and manually control the forward and reverse of the handle to retract the line. This can also be used to walk the fish, but An irregular operation method. The drag device controls the tightness of the spool. Tighten it and the spool cannot be reversed. However, after loosening, the spool can be reversed under the action of the pulling force of the fishing line. It is from loose to tight, each with different tightness, has a variety of different pulling force, so adjusting it can control the pulling force of the fishing line, if it exceeds the preset fishing force, the spool will automatically reverse the line. Because the stop knob and the drag switch each have their own special functions, it is particularly convenient to use them for walking fish. For example, if the drag switch is set to a certain degree of tightness, the fishing line will have the corresponding fishing force. At this time, if the big fish catches violently and the force exceeds the preset fishing force, the spool will automatically reverse the line. At this time, even if the angler pushes the rocker to take the line, the line cannot be retracted because the spool is spinning. When the impact force of the fish is reduced and is lower than the force controlled by the drag device, the spool stops rotating, pushing the rocker handle to retract the thread, they are so cleverly coordinated, which solves one of the biggest problems in walking fish: walking the fish When you are taking the line, and the fish suddenly rushes to the main line, if you use your hand to control the take-up and take-off line, it is very likely that it is too late to switch, and the fishing line will be pulled off by the big fish in an instant.
So what is the basis for determining the tightness of the drag switch? That is to adjust according to the pulling force of the sea pole. The specific operation method is to install the wheel on the rod before fishing, draw the fishing line from the tip of the rod, or ask someone to grab the line head, or tie the fishing line to a fixed object, then tighten the drag switch, the angler Lift the pole hard, and when this sea pole reaches the maximum bend, then slowly turn the drag switch so that the spool can be reversed out of the line. This is the best match between the rod and the wheel. When you encounter a big fish while fishing, when the sea rod bends to this level, the spool will be reversed to release the line. Since the length and softness of each pair of sea poles are different, their tension is naturally different, so every time the pole is changed, the strength of the drag device must be readjusted. Of course, some old anglers can adjust the tightness of the drag switch at any time according to their needs when fishing.
It is often seen that when someone uses a sea rod for fishing to throw, they turn the rod over so that the Fishing Line Spooler is facing backwards, and then use their thumbs to push the fishing line against the rod body. After casting out, they turn the sea rod over again. This adds some unnecessary movements of turning the rod. Loosen the thumb to release the thread, which may cause unstable grip. Furthermore, when throwing, a larger force is used, and when the Fishing Line Spooler is facing backward, the pressure is entirely borne by the overcoil, which is easy to damage the overcoil. The correct method of tossing should still be forward, and it is most convenient to hook the line with the tip of your index finger.