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Old 12-09-12, 10:47 AM   #1
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Default A new line winding system

THIS IS COOL.
http://youtu.be/x5S94TBEfd0
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Old 12-09-12, 11:18 AM   #2
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That's a very interesting concept, I'd love to get some first hand experience with it to see how well it actually does what it claims with spinning reels.

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Old 12-09-12, 11:49 AM   #3
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anthony buy me one and i will give you feedback on it. thats a real good idea
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Old 12-09-12, 01:20 PM   #4
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Mankind must be stupid. Of all the fishermen that there are on earth, why did it take so long for some guy to invent that?
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Old 12-09-12, 03:02 PM   #5
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I've seen several pictures of this but this is the first time I've seen how it works. Very ingenious idea.
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Anyone find a price for this thing. Looks interesting.
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Old 12-09-12, 03:29 PM   #7
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http://www.dansshoppingcart.com/mm5/...Yes&Quantity=1

$35 bucks, that seems like a good deal. The only thing better than that for spinning reels would be to take the spool off and fill it from the side on a professional line spooling station that spins the spool.
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Old 12-09-12, 04:10 PM   #8
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I gots to get me one of those!!! Thanks for posting!
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Old 12-09-12, 04:18 PM   #9
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http://www.dansshoppingcart.com/mm5/...Yes&Quantity=1

$35 bucks, that seems like a good deal. The only thing better than that for spinning reels would be to take the spool off and fill it from the side on a professional line spooling station that spins the spool.

Thanks, price seems good, but this guy wants 15.50 for standard shipping, and he does not have a paypal link.

I am going to keep looking
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Old 12-31-12, 01:59 AM   #10
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I would love to give this a try but if shipping costs you boys $15.50 I could probably rent a pro fisherman to spool my reels for me for cheaper than shipping it to Canada!
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ultimate-Lin...item58999463d4

I think this is the manufacters home 'on line' sale site.
Got there from American Premier's home page.
No shipping charge I believe?

I've used Berkley's line spooler for a lot of years without a challenge but....this thing caught my attention back during Icast.

Think it matters which way you put the line spool on? Printing on line spool down or up.

Looks fool proof but if you wind fast I can see the thing getting a head of itself.
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If there is anyone out there who might be interested in picking one up for me and then shipping it to me here in Canada, PM me and we can work out the details.
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Old 12-31-12, 02:52 PM   #13
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If you really, REALLY want to experience line twist like you've never experienced it before, buy and use this device. That spinning of the line spool actually CREATES twist, not reduces it.
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Old 12-31-12, 03:50 PM   #14
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If you really, REALLY want to experience line twist like you've never experienced it before, buy and use this device. That spinning of the line spool actually CREATES twist, not reduces it.
Based on......personal experience? third party? careful and thoughtful evaluation of the physics involved? General curmudgeoness(sp)?
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careful and thoughtful evaluation of the physics involved?
This.

There are only two methods to put line on a spinning reel with no twist, and in both cases the axis of the spools must be parallel.

One is with the spool off, and on a side-by-side winder, as was mentioned.

The other is with the face of the filler spool facing the reel, and the line coming off in the same direction as it is being wound on the reel.

That's it.
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There are only two methods to put line on a spinning reel with no twist, and in both cases the axis of the spools must be parallel.

One is with the spool off, and on a side-by-side winder, as was mentioned.

The other is with the face of the filler spool facing the reel, and the line coming off in the same direction as it is being wound on the reel.

That's it.
I've been doin it like that forever with no issues...........I guess the criteria for ICAST Best in show is just based on being nifty looking. Still I'd like to borrow one from somebody for the day just to see for myself.
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No matter how careful I am spooling spinning reels I have to admit I suck at it.....haha. I have tried all the accepted methods of doing it and nothing seems to help.

What I would really love to find is a way to take the spool off like you say and wind it on that way. I have not seen any line winders that do that though. Any ideas?
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What I would really love to find is a way to take the spool off like you say and wind it on that way. I have not seen any line winders that do that though. Any ideas?
Not to do the guy's engineering for him, but all he'd have to do is replace the front of his thing there with a big "nail" so that the filler spool is restrained front to back, but can still spin.

But I guess that doesn't look as cool as what he's made.
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No matter how careful I am spooling spinning reels I have to admit I suck at it.....haha. I have tried all the accepted methods of doing it and nothing seems to help.

What I would really love to find is a way to take the spool off like you say and wind it on that way. I have not seen any line winders that do that though. Any ideas?
Put a 4" cutoff wheel bit in a cordless drill/driver. Glue a round piece of neoprene to the wheel. Place empty spool in center of neoprene wheel. Spray KVD line conditioner generously in the palm of your left hand before placing it on top of the spool. Have a helper hold the line spool under pressure. Engage drill and just pretend you're spooling a baitcaster. I'll try to post a vid Tues. Not as big of a deal as it sounds, but just laying the spool on the floor face up works good. If you're not getting good results you've got the wrong end of the spool up or the line roller on your bail needs oiling or something.
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FWIW I do have a left leg and there's a couple other vids in this set....couldn't figure out how to isolate just this one.
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Great idea, Ken! I've used a drill to unspool a reel, but not spooling one up. Makes sense to me
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you can do what i did, and build your own with a few parts from a pro machine

http://www.trianglesport.com/products_parts_md100.html

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Here's how I got my Berkley system setup

http://www.worldfishingnetwork.com/u...ed-100433.aspx

I found reeling at a steady even pace as opposed to burning it works best.
I spool spinning gear more often than baitcast, probably 10+ a season.
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Here's how I got my Berkley system setup

http://www.worldfishingnetwork.com/u...ed-100433.aspx

I found reeling at a steady even pace as opposed to burning it works best.
I spool spinning gear more often than baitcast, probably 10+ a season.
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