Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Aluminum Line Winder for Spinning Reels
Our finest portable line winding system ever! Lightweight and ready to go anywhere. Spring-loaded tension ensures even spooling. Suction cup mounts firmly to any flat, smooth surface.
Line not included.
Rated 1.8 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by 1mac Not very good Don't like it at all . it does not stay in place no matter what you put it on. May 15, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by fisherman53 line winder worked very nicley on spinning rods easy to work with did'nt move when adding line to reel April 18, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by pappie439 does not unwind off spool The line keeps wrapping around arm, and will not keep line on spool, and suction comes loose April 16, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Tcinacalak Defective purchase The suction cup that was supposed to hold the line winder to a table or other clean flat surface was defective. I was an Engineer in the plastic injection molding business and the suction cup was a short or incomplete shot. It could not create suction do to its nonconforming surface. I had to remove the suction cup and purchase a replacement cup. April 12, 2011
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A:for baitcasters, the line should come off the spool the same direction it is going on to the reel. In other words, pull the line off the top of the spool toward you and directly onto your reel spool. For spinning reels, the spool usually lays label up with the line coming off the right side of the spool as the spool turns clockwise. First, close the bail by HAND, (do not use the reel handle.)Reel a few turns onto your spool then relax the tension, and see if the line twists up or lays relatively relaxed. If it twists, turn the spool over and try again. Always keep tension on the line for either kind of reel as you spool up. There are good videos on youtube also if you need a visual.
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