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Berkley Line Counter

   

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A simple way to increase your catch rate, this accurate Line Counter from Berkley® allows you to fish your bait at precise depths – exactly where fish are holding. Made to count to 999 feet, this Line Counter is an accurate fishing depth monitor featuring a one-touch quick line set-up lever. The Line Counter will automatically release your line when the fight begins and it also allows you to adjust the release pressure to fit various fishing conditions.
Manufacturer model #: BALC.

  • Accurate fishing depth monitor
  • One-touch quick line set-up lever
  • Automatic line release when fighting fish
  • Adjustable release pressure to fit various fishing conditions
  • Counts to 999 feet
Berkley Line Counter 3.7 5 15 15
Excellent This is simple to install and use. It seems to re reliable, although I've only used it three times now. It's easy to read, easy to reset, easy to use. Hard to beat a product like that. And, it's portable. July 2, 2013
Great Product Easy to use. Quick attach/detach. Accurate. Stays in place. I use these when I troll for muskies. I want my lure at a certain depth and this gives me the confidence to be there. I can easily repeat where my lure was when I caught that big one!! Anyone who trolls should have these. November 21, 2010
great purchase i have 2 of these counters and they work great. I did however take them apart and put a rubber O-Ring around the wheel not to big but enuff to make my line catch every time i dropped it in then flipped the bail this helps with the thin slick mono lines i sometimes use. i use these counters for trolling as well as spooling my reels and they have both worked without any problems. a friend recomended these to me and his look like they have been around a long time. April 1, 2013
Works fine I bought two of these line counters and have been pleased with them so far. They are not heavy duty items but certainly allow you to measure line you let out or line you spool onto your reel. When spooling new line onto your reel starting at 000 the instrument counts backwards from 999 down to 001. With simple addition or subtraction you know exactly how much line you've spooled onto your reel. In releasing line gradually for trolling the instrument counts upwards normally from 000 to 999 and instantly shows how much line out. With some care in mounting, handling, and line insertion this product does the job and is well worth the inexpensive price. Do go slow in letting line out for trolling to insure that the line stays in the counter slot and the instrument is counting consistently. Also, remember that you can not cast with this if the line is inserted in the instrument. It is not designed to be utilized with casting. July 27, 2011
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Not really,doesn't do well with small diameter line. Very inaccurate.
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Yes, it can be used on braided line.
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Yes, in fact I think it works better with braided line since it has more abrasiveness than mono. (Helps hold the line more securely in the counter slot).
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Yes, I have used this to spool/respool my reels. I have used it with mono, fleuro, and braid. I use Power Pro braid...
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No . I couldn't get braid to work at all . It's too slick .
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My concern would be that I might want to use it on different rods and for spooling other reels. I don't want it to mar or damage the finish on the rod. Any tools needed to install/remove it?
4 years ago
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They attach and remove with no tools needed. I was able to remove and install on another rod in a matter of seconds. No scratching or marring. I think you'll enjoy them.
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Quickly installs or uninstalls with one finger grip screw. Did not mar any of my rods.
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Just tighten one nut. Will not mar your rod.
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No tools are needed. It has a plastic clamp something like a clothes pin. Then there is a lockdown bolt and nut to secure it. It should fit on any rod and it did not damage my rods at all.
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It has a screw down clamp that has rubber on it to protect the rod . No tools necessary. You can switch it to another rod in less than 1 minute. The clamps work really good and you really don't have to clamp them down very tight. Hope that helps out.
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Yes, it can be used on spinning reels.
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Yes, that is what I used it on. The only thing was I had to turn the rod with the reel on top so I could see the counter. I had to turn the handle on the reel backwards since it was upside down. But it was no problem.
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Yes I use it on mine all the time . You just have to move it a little further away from the reel. Good Luck.
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Yes, it can be used for saltwater reels.
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Yes, this can be used in fresh or saltwater. It's all plastic as near as I can tell.
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Yes but it will not last long and you will want to rinse it very good after each use. I would seriously think about buying a reel with one built in it already. That is the way to go for sure. Good Luck.
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I haven't tried to cast with it, but I think it would interfere with the cast. I imagine it would work for straight drop only.
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You can only cast if you have it disingaged while you cast. It is meant for tightlining and trolling only . Good Luck.
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I only attach these when trolling. I take them off when casting, since it is SO easy to do so. I think the fishing line might wrap around the device when casting.
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