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Automatic Fishing Reel

Automatic Fishing Reel




      
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Automatic Fishing Reel


Automatic Fishing Reel

The expert fishermen are quite often opposed to the automatic reel for the same reason; it does not give the fish a chance and makes fishing easy. But properly used the automatic reel is one of the finest things ever designed for the fly fisherman; it is no good for bait-casting, but may be used for still-fishing. To my mind it is as sportsmanlike as the hammerless or repeating gun and I can see no reason why anybody should draw the line at improvements in fishing reels. In fly fishing the angler need not use the reel to play the fish if he does not care to do so, but handle the line by hand and pick up the slack with the reel.

A pressure of the little finger on the lever causes the reel to rapidly wind in line. It is really intended to co-operate with the spring of the rod to automatically and instantly take up all slack of the line and keep a constant strain on the fish. It is not intended to reel the fish in. The reel may be used for fly fishing either above or below the hand, but works best below the hand, as it balances the rod. and makes it handle better. The reel should be of the smallest and lightest for light fly rods. It is said that the automatic reel is an excellent one for salmon fishing, but, of course, the largest sizes must be used for this.

All automatic reels are made on the same principle and turn the spool by means of a long coiled or wound spring. The tension of the spring may be regulated to suit the rod and the kind of fish that are sought. It should not be made too strong if the rod is a light one.

Brooks, Lake. The Science of Fishing. Columbus, OH: A.R. Harding, 1912. Print.

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