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Bass Pro Shops Fishing Line Counter

   

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The lightweight Bass Pro Shops® Fishing Line Counter takes you to the precise depth you want to be. This affordably-priced line counter incorporates a lighted back display that reads up to 999 feet, easily attaches to most rods and is equipped an automatic line release for simple, user-friendly operation.

  • Lightweight
  • Lighted back display
  • Reads up to 999 feet
  • Automatic line release
Bass Pro Shops® Fishing Line Counter 2.6 5 18 18
Son loves it Purchased this for my part of my son's fishing gifts. He loves measuring and was so amazed that he could see how deep his line was from this device. April 23, 2012
Save some Money With the high cost of braided line, I use the line counter to fill my reels half way with mono & then use the balance with braided line. The line counter also comes in handy when jigging for tuna! March 14, 2011
Works 1/2 the time Not much to say about these counters other than they really don't work worth a darn.Try the Shakespear counters. While their not flawless performers they do work most of the time . January 21, 2011
DO NOT BUT IT! it really doesn´t work.. I just opened the package and at the first try stopped work September 20, 2010
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will this work with wire?

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Can not say for sure, becaus I have never used it tor that. I do not think it was designed for that type of use but each to their own.
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will work with 1/2oz but will need at least 12# test or bigger line to work really consistantly . good luck and tight lines.
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will this line counter work on 80lbs tes line for tuna fishing?If not will it work on braid line and what tes?
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You can use it on 80# braided line.
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I don't know what the limits are on the strike indicaters, but I would say that if you are using a superline that it would be ok.
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It will work with 80 lb. test mono or braid.
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would work on a surf pole 9 or 10 foot pole and how would you mount this on the pole
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You could mount it on a surf pole, but I don't think that this is an ideal use. I think the counter will greatly decrease your casting distance since the line has to pass through a very tight area on the counter. I use this line counter for trolling only, and it works very well for that purpose.
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save money & go 50% mono backing & the 50% braided line.
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Yeah if you get one thats accurate
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I've not tried this, but it should work. The counter will be upside down on the rod, so you will have to stop spooling to check the counter. As long as the line is coming off the line spool the same direction that it is going onto the reel spool, line twist shouldn't be an issue.
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i bought a line counter and found its diffucult to use for anything but filling my reels with the line winders i bought, now i always know how much line i'm putting on my reals
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no aftermarket line counter is made to work with spinning reels. They will, if you're ok with the line counter mounted on the bottm of the rod near the tip so the line can run through it correctly. But the it is not only facing the ground, but is all the way near the tip, better have good eyes. They work wonderful for conventional reels, when set up properly. It won't work right outta the box, you need to tune it for YOUR rod, reel, and line diameter
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