Caring for a Fishing Reel
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Caring for a Fishing Reel

Caring for a Fishing Reel




      

Caring for a Fishing Reel


Caring for a Fishing Reel

The reel also needs attention. Oil it once in a while, and if it is used for bait-casting oil it every day while in use, using a medium cylinder oil. For other reels some light fine oil will be all right.

After fishing, always remove your line from the reel and dry it thoroughly. Your line will last much longer if you do this. An enameled line is supposed to be perfectly waterproof, but it needs drying just the same, and it is not good for the reel either to put it away with a wet line on it. Too much oil in the reel may also injure the line.

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

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