Bass Pro Shops® Line Spooling Station
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- Fast and easy
- Ensures constant tension and level filling
- Built-in line cutter
First, quickly strip off that old line with the included line stripper. Then, fill all of your reels with new line fast and easily. Bass Pro Shops' take-anywhere, portable Line Spooling Station ensures constant tension and level filling of all reel types. When filled, a built-in line cutter on the base finishes the job. The Line Spooling Station is hassle-free and stores easily. Accommodates up to 1-lb. bulk spools of your favorite Bass Pro fishing line. Recommended for use with baitcast and fly reels only.
Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 12
Rated 3 out of 5 by freshwaterguy1 berkley spooling station
Not enough tension for the line but it does work.
You really have to work on it.
June 30, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by P10HC Save your money
How hard is it to spool line onto a spinning reel ? This product won't help such a simple task for sure ! Will not feed the line properly with tension and use of rubber bands according to directions, nothing but a line mess ! Save your money !!
April 22, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by drluv terrible product
sorry to say this product is a waste of money. tried several times with no luck. Fit perfectly at bottom of my trash container.
March 13, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sheeps Disappointment
I was very excited when I saw these on sale around Christmas time. I picked it up for around $16 which I thought was going to be a very sound investment. When I got home, I found out that the hook sharpener also doubled as a line stripper and I thought that my purchase was even better than I had originally thought. Fast forward 3 months, and coming home after the excitement of buying an awesome rod and reel from BPS, I decided to spool some line on my reel. That's when things went sour. I followed the directions on the back exactly but the orientation it tells you to use for a spinning reel just doesn't work. I used a rubber band on the line, tried to use the spring to increase and decrease tension, but no luck. Even while holding the line between my fingers, there was simply not enough tension on the spool of Trilene to keep the line coming off smoothly. It would always come off too fast and twist around the the tension bolts or shaft. I had to start over 3 times and wasted a bit of line each time because it knotted up on itself. I gave up, attached my reel to my new rod, and got the job done in barely a minute with the spool on the floor. Sadly, this is the only Bass Pro purchase so far that I haven't been happy with.
March 1, 2014
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