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I do not know how to thread line through reel . No instruction on how to set up reel for fishing.

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  • yankee09 Apr 12, 2009

    How do you get the line to feed into the reel it is threaded through the eyes, where do I attach it to the reel?

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Put spool of string on a pencil and have someone hold it, now snake the string through the eyes of the pole and attach it to the reel, on the small shaft in the middle, then just reel your pole in untill you reach YOUR limit of string..

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