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Plano Line Spooling Box

   

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6-3/4" x 5-1/2" x 4-3/4"

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See-thru plastic Plano® Line Spooling Box is shaped specifically to fit spools of up to 1'' wide x 4-1/4'' diameter and keeps up to six spools untangled and organized. Dimensions: 6-3/4'' x 5-1/2'' x 4-3/4''. Imported.

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Must-Have This is a must-have item for anyone who has several spools of line sitting around. Whether you plan to simply store them, or organize them, or take them traveling with you - this container will come in handy. Plus, on top of being useful for storage and travel - you can use it to quickly re-spool, WITHOUT having to hold a spool on a pencil between your toes. Seriously - haven't we all done this? July 29, 2013
Leader Box I use this box for leaders. I have 2lb, 4lb, 6lb, 8lb line in it. I wrote the # on the outside so I know what is what. I string the line through then put a rubberband around the outside holding the line in. When you need a leader just take out the box, go to the size you want, and pull the amount out. Only problem is without a rubberband the line falls inside the box and tangles. If you tie leaders then buy this! December 7, 2007
very usefull I think this is very usefull, because I always have a plece for my line. January 17, 2009
Keep things organized... I brought this box to keep my spools together in one place, and to have the added advantage of "hands-free" do it yourself spooling. Having cabin fever and waiting for Spring to get here, I used this product today. The box did everything I was hoping for. The only minor drawback, is that sometimes the line spools seem to catch/snag while spinning. I'm not really sure of the reason, however a quick shifting of the box did the trick. Overall, the line spooled up in a very uniform manner on my reel....I'm pleased! **TIP - Get out your Sharpie and write on the box (over each spool) what pound test it is. Mine goes from 2lb - 12 lb. Also be sure to use a piece of tape to hold the tag ends of each spool down on the outside of the box...just helps keep things even more tidy and you won't need to go fishing (pardon the pun) for a stray line that got back inside the spooling box. ANOTHER GOOD BPS BUY!! February 7, 2009
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Well done - I have had no issues.
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I have had zero issues with line abrasion, and I have used this item with fluorocarbon, braid and mono - including 4lb mono.
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The holes are soft rubber lined. No abrasion at all.
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No abrasion at all with this. I could see it being an issue over time, if the line digs in to the plastic, but out of the box it has no catching. You would have to be using this a lot to wear it down enough to cause abrasion.
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No - they make a larger size box for that.
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The item number for Large Line Box by Plano is 21-426-768-00

http://www.basspro.com/Plano-Line-Spooling-Box/product/104171/-1549720
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Not this particular box. But they do make one to fit bigger spools for about the same price.
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there is a wider version of this box. It will hold about six big spools. It is also made by Plano.
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I was told that when a baitcast is respooled it the line should be vertical. I heard that a spinning is supposed to be put on horizontal.
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The short answer is "yes", but in order to get the long answer, I recommend a google search for "proper re-spooling techniques". There are about a thousand theories out there.

Is it really going to make or break a reel and line? Probably not. Could help you avoid some headaches though.
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I don't think it really matters. I've spooled many spin reels sometimes sloppy with no problem. The main thing to remember is to keep a little tension on the line and don't use cheap line with a lot of memory or stretch. Stren is the best that I know of.
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Yes that is very true. When spooling a spinning reel to minimize line twist is to hold it with either the label or the back of the spool facing the reel, and coming off the spool the same way it is going on the reel itself. using this box helps eliminate some of the line twist as it comes off the spool just the way it went on. I haven't used the line spooling station yet but I would give this a try item# 38-473-365-00. Other than that I would also recommend this little spooling box if your budget doesn't allow the purchase of the spooling station.
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