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Sale Bass Pro Shops Reel Covers - Spinning

   

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Neoprene

  • Sale price: $3.97

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Safeguard every one of your spinning reels from rain, UV rays and corrosion with a Bass Pro Shops® Spinning Reel Cover. Designed to accommodate spinning reels with the handle on the left-side, this reliable neoprene reel cover provides the protection your reels need. Imported. Color: Black.

Bass Pro Shops Reel Covers - Spinning 4.1 5 70 70
good stuff If you want to keep your reels and string clean while also protecting them from UV damage this is the product for you.I clean and oil my reels only a few times a year and am a little slack on changing line more then twice a year the cover helps to keep the dust and grime from getting in to do damage. They look good,they are easier to use then whiskey bags, some what water proof and fit with out haveing to loosen the handle and move it.. April 7, 2011
Excellent Reel Protection I have one of these covers on every spinning reel I own. They install and remove in seconds and the overall quality is excellent. They protect your reels from boat rod locker damage or trunk damage if you transport your equipment in your trunk. I have even put my gear in the bed of my truck without worrying about it getting damaged. No reel should be without one. November 21, 2007
Good cover Keeps the reel from being scratched. Can be a little tricky getting on with the handle hole being so small. August 3, 2011
BPS spinning reel covers These reel covers are a good buy for the money. Cheap and easy protection from scratching damage when moving/traveling around, or storage. The only down side, and reason for the 3 stars, would be they are not 100% neoprene. Only the top part that protects the spool and sides that contact the arm of the reel. The rest of the cover is made of a nylon type fabric, like tent material but a little heavier. If they were made 100% neoprene they would be more protective to scratches (inside of cover), and a little more padding for resisting impact. Like I said easily a 5 star awsome product if it were 100% neoprene like the baitcaster version. July 31, 2011
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will this fit my new diawa emblem pro 6000 ?? thanks
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I use these to cover all my reels even my large Shimano Baitrunners. The front of the cover streches a good bit. It only works on reels with handles on the left, but to try to answer your question, I am not for sure how large your reel is but for the price it's worth the try, because they have saved me alot of money in reel repair. I would take the chance and buy one to see you can always return it.
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I doubt it. It doesn't fit any of my reels
3 years, 10 months ago
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I and several friends fish with the handles on the right side of the reel and I thought these would be a nice gift this x-mas but alas, not I nor any of my friends could use it.
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Works for Left or right reels.
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I have same problem you have. To save your money and gift here's what I do. Loosen the handle and put it in the folded position and then place the cover over the reel works great for me and this way I am protecting my handle also. It only takes a few seconds to fold the handle back into fishing position. It's worth a few seconds to save a reel. Hope this works for you. Good Luck
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I fish right hand too and yes it perfectly fits in right hand side reels.
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Loosen the handle nut, fold the handle up & in to the front, and the cover will fit. I use handle on left, but still prefer to keep handle inside cover.
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All you have to do is turn it inside out for a right handed handle.
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No I have not had to cut my line
altho you can use the velcro fastner
to adjust to where your bail stops
by eather tighting or loosneing it
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No line cutting required. But I hope you got an answer before now!
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At the very least you will need to have some slack coming out of the reel. I suggested adding a slot or slit to the cover to take the line into consideration. Would not trade having to re-rig in order to use reel cover unless it was for extended protection.
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No, you do not need to cut line, i used it, and i never cut my line.
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Since the top is made of neoprene I would say no. But, you have to willing to do 1 or 2 things to be comfortable with it. Here are the 2 best ways I've found.

1. just loosen the line slightly., if your rig can indure some slack without snagging or tangling you'll be fine.
2. Or you can try this (I did). Use a razor and slice a 1, 1-1/2 inch slit into the neoprene from the line inward. Then use a 1/16 size bit to put a hole at the end of the cut ( or try a very small "X" cut). The line threads easily through. The razor allows the neo to seal back together without a gap for the line to slide in and out of. Give it a try!
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No, but it is not recommended to leave the drag set tightly due to the crushing of the drag discs. On a personal note I do cut the line.
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no u just have to have ur line as close to the rod as u can
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nope just leave slack so it fits snug.
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If you rotate the bail to the topmost position, the cover should fit quite nicely. Also, sometimes the line can be looped over the hook keeper.
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no not at all it wont pinch on kink your line even a little just let a little slack out and you good to go
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I have used it on a Penn 4000.
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I doubt it. It doesn't fir any of my reels.
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im not sure about that but it fits my shimano symetre 2500rj
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yes, it will fit extreme spinning reels.
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Yes it will but not unless you cut the line. will not fit on reel with line through guides.
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