Top 10 Best Spinning Reels - Jun 2019

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Rank Product Name Score
1 First Place Piscifun Fishing Line Winder Spooler Machine Spinning Reel Spool Spooling Station System Automatic Piscifun Fishing Line Winder Spooler Machine Spinning Reel Spool Spooling Station System Automatic
By Piscifun
9.7
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2 Best Value Piscifun Spinning Reel Lightweight Smooth Fishing Reel 2000 Series 5.1:1 10+1BB 17.6LB Carbon Piscifun Spinning Reel Lightweight Smooth Fishing Reel 2000 Series 5.1:1 10+1BB 17.6LB Carbon
By Piscifun
9.4
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3 Penn Fierce II 2500 Spinning Fishing Reel Penn Fierce II 2500 Spinning Fishing Reel
By Penn
9.1
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4 Shimano Sedona 1000 FI Spinning Fishing Reel Model 2017, SE1000FI Shimano Sedona 1000 FI Spinning Fishing Reel Model 2017, SE1000FI
By SHIMANO
8.9
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5 Penn Battle II 4000 Spinning Fishing Reel Penn Battle II 4000 Spinning Fishing Reel
By Penn
8.7
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6 Okuma ISX-30B Inspira Spinning Reel, Blue Okuma ISX-30B Inspira Spinning Reel, Blue
By OKUMA
8.4
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7 Daiwa Revros REV3000H Spinning Reel, Medium Daiwa Revros REV3000H Spinning Reel, Medium
By Daiwa
8.1
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8 Pflueger PRESSP40X President Spinning Fishing Reel Pflueger PRESSP40X President Spinning Fishing Reel
By Pflueger
7.7
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9 Daiwa BG BG5000 Spinning Reel Daiwa BG BG5000 Spinning Reel
By Daiwa
7.4
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10 Okuma Ceymar Lightweight Spinning Reel- C-30 Okuma Ceymar Lightweight Spinning Reel- C-30
By OKUMA
7.0
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Tips on Fishing with Spinning Reels

A lot of anglers use spinning tackle exclusively, yet there are some anglers who shy completelyaway from it.

Here are a few tips to help you get more out of your spinning tackle.

My rule of thumb for spinning tackle is always use 10 lb.

line or less.

Usually when I'm fishing with straight fluorocarbon it's going to be 6-8 lb.

line.

That just helps alleviate the problems you'll have with loops and knots in your lines.

One thing that's definitely changed spinning tackle in recent years is braid.

The braids have gotten a lot better.

Now you can put 20 lb.

braid on here but you still have the diameter of 6 lb.

line andthat's one of the reasons I use braid now.

I can put heavier line on here, it casts further, it's a small diameter but I can put a leader,you know I can take a leader of 8 lb.

fluorocarbon here with an Alberto knot and attach it anduse it all day without any problems.

With spinning tackle you really want to whip cast it more than you want to do like a baitcaster where you're making a long wide cast because the lure is pulling the line up.

With a spinning rod it's going to pull it off the spool and coil so you really needto whip the bait.

When I make a cast, I want to cast out and as I do, I feather it with my line and stopit with my hand.

Then I close the bail by hand, never with the reel and I pull the line tight.

And what that does is it gets any loose coils that are in here under your spool tightenedback out before you start working the lure back in.

Whether you're using straight fluorocarbon or braid with a fluorocarbon liter, use thelighter lines, make whip casts, feather your line with your finger, close the spool byhand and you'll have no problem using spinning gear for all of your needs.

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