Started by Rivverrat, March 28, 2019, 11:05:35 PM
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Quote from: Midway Tommy on December 05, 2021, 04:07:51 AMHave you checked to make sure the line guide is free and rolling? Also, what weight & quality of mono are you using? Cheap & heavy mono seems to twist worse than the good stuff like Trilene or Stren. Depending on the type of fishing you're doing a swivel will help, too.
Quote from: nelz on December 05, 2021, 04:37:02 AMYes, the line guide is rolling. It has Ande Back Country, I think it's 15# or 17#, maybe too heavy for this reel?
Quote from: nelz on December 05, 2021, 03:23:46 AMI just dug up my old 2062 and am wanting to use it for some light freshwater.
Quote from: oc1 on December 05, 2021, 06:49:56 AMThe number of twists per yard of line is determined by the spool diameter.
Quote from: oc1 on December 05, 2021, 06:49:56 AMThe number of twists per yard of line is determined by the spool diameter. Every loop coming off the spool when casting will create one 360 degree twist. On the retrieve, every revolution of the rotor will remove one 360 degree teist by twisting line in the opposite direction.
Quote from: nelz on December 05, 2021, 04:44:13 PMWhat I'm talking about is totally different. maybe, notI'll pull out maybe 50 feet of line, HOW? bail open OR through roller w/ drag eased off -- IT MATTERSremove all twist from it, and leave it laying on the ground straight. WHY? it's supposed to be twisted, if it's stored untwisted on the spoolI then reel it in and immediately it starts to twist up. because you removed the normal twist manually, instead of doing it via retreive, so now the retreive is twisting line in other/WRONG directionIt's the reel design. yes... ALL spinning reel -- same spool OD & gear ratio will give you same twist regardless of age/brand
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