Reels, Reels, Windlasses

The fishing reel is a key piece for most fishing techniques.

The purpose of their use is to collect the fishing line with bait and/or fish.Its designation in European Portuguese Carreto encompasses both types with or without moving coil. In Portuguese of Brazil, the term carreto is not used being used the designation of Windlass for reel of movable coil and Reel for reel of fixed coil.

New Releases And Recovery

The launch and recovery of the line, bait and fish, conditions the use of one type over another model. The different types of reels have in common the rod of fixation to the rod (rod) of fishing. They are constituted by the body, pick-up, line coil, crank, selector/brake/brake and the rod of fixation to the rod. The size of the catch, the type of fish (it will not be with the same reel that one fishes a merlin and a carp), the cane used, meters of line that allow to store, speed of recovery define which type of reel can be used or not . There are some that adapt perfectly to fish with different reeds and with various techniques. Here at Alltimefishing you can get more skills of the fishing.

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Various Types Of Reels

There is not one equipment worse or better than another, each type adapts to a particular fishing mode, depending on the technique, the fish to be caught or the physical and meteorological conditions.
In terms of use the fixed coil reel (windlass) is easier to use, making it the obvious choice for the beginner. The reel of mobile reel (reel) is a bit more complex, it allows some more functions. It is essential that, whatever the reel, it adapts to the fishing pole (rod).

Reel Line Number (Windlass)

The placement of the line requires a little care and attention.
Twisted Line: Twisted line has a tendency to produce nodes and create line memory. If you find that the line is twisting, refill the spool (spool).

Too much line will result in windings.

A little line prevents good pitches (throws) because of the friction in the reel (reel).The acceptable upper limit is where the curvature of the phalange border begins.