How do you remove fishing reel spool?
How to Remove a Spinning Reel Spool
- Hold the spinning reel so the spool faces up.
- Grab the knob on top of the spool, which holds the spool to the reel. On some reels, this knob also controls the drag system.
- Pull the knob off the reel when you can.
- Grab the spool and pull it straight up and off the reel.
How do I change a spool bearing?
How to change bearings on spools
- Pin is holding the bearing on the spool shaft.
- Please apply dent head of the cross wrench to push the pin slowly.
- Change the cross wrench to thin rod side and push the pin again till it comes off.
- Set new bearing, and the pin.
- Apply the dent head to the pin and slowly push it.
Why does my baitcaster keep Backlashing?
Backlashes occur when your lure slows down during or after a cast, but the spool keeps spinning, which results in a tangled mess of line. Today’s baitcasters feature sophisticated braking systems and anti-backlash mechanisms that make it easier for anyone to cast without experiencing line overruns.
Is baitcasting better than spinning?
Baitcast reels can handle heavier line and actually allow for longer casts than spinning gear in the same size range. A small spinning reel has a smaller, more narrow spool, which has a hard time with large diameter lines. Small baitcast reels can handle these lines and provide greater casting distance.
What do bearings do in a baitcaster?
Fishing reel bearings are located throughout both spinning and baitcasting reels wherever there are components that must spin/rotate. The spool, pinion gear and under drag washers, They serve to facilitate the rotation of gears, knobs, spools and even level wind devices.