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Bass Pro Shops XPS Aluminum Line Winder for Baitcast Reels

   

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Our finest portable line winding system ever! Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Aluminum Line Winder is lightweight and ready to go anywhere. Spring-loaded tension ensures even spooling. Suction cup mounts firmly to any flat, smooth surface.

  • Lightweight and portable
  • Spring loaded tension
  • Suction cup mount

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Bass Pro Shops XPS Aluminum Line Winder for Baitcast Reels 2.5 5 29 29
Horrible... Just a horrible product. The suction cup does not stick, the arm is cheap pot metal and bends easily. Avoid this one... February 18, 2012
great when re fabricated I love this product. but only after making a few adjustments to it. I would suggest to someone that when you first get this item pull the suction cup off an throw it in the trash. I drilled a 1/4" hole in a 2 x 4 stud about 6" long mounted it in my garage and used that for a preeminent mount. The suction cup never holds for me. I had tried different surfaces such as glass , wood , & metal. March 25, 2014
easy line winder i bought both the spinning and baitcast line winders with the suction cup (but did not use the rubber cup) after reading the diffuculty others had, instead from an old spinning rod and a 3 ft piece of shelf plank i made my own line winding setup. i cut the rod mount from the rod then mounted it and drilled a 1/4 inch hole in a 4 inch cut piece of 2x4 mounted it (for the the line winder) on the plank and now i can fill my spinning or bait cast reels with ease, use your imagination and you can do it too! February 21, 2011
Save a few bucks I bought this to put line on my reel by myself. Opened the package, and all the parts went all over, nothing was tightened down. Finally, get it put back together, put a spool of line on it, and go to suction cup it to a table, but the suction cup won't stay on the table. I had to have my wife hold it while i put the line on the reel. I think the system worked fine, but the suction cup doesn't work well. Next time I use it, I'm putting the set up in my vice. May 27, 2009
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70 to 80 yards
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it depends on the reel, it should tell you, try to leave 1/4" of metal on the inside spinny part.
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they're usually on the real itself, if not its easy to find online go to the manufacture and ck the specs on that particular model
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Depends on line dia.
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Exact amount depends on the size of the reel spool. You want to fill it close to the rim of the spool, stopping just before the beveled edge near the rim. Having a full (but not overfull) spool will increase your casting distance.
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Don't waste you money on this poor quality item.
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yea, just have to put it at the right place
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yea, make sure you thread the line through the first pole ring
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it will but it can give you line twist i put up a review with a suggestion on how to make your own fixed rig but you should buy both winders and you can easily swap between them
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Not really, becasue you don't want tension on the line when spooling a spinning reel. The best way to spool a spinning reel is with the spool on floor, while ensuring that the line comes of the line spool the same direction that it is being wound onto the reel spool. (If coming of counter clockwise, it should go on the reel counter clockwise, too.)
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yea, its possible
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i just measured the girth of the winder and found it to be about 3" , if this will help it will hold up to 3" spools, i use the 1" spools of trilene and they work great
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I don't think so.
It will hold 2 - 300yd spools of braid.
I think that it will might hold my 1500yd spools but they will be tight.
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