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Take apart a fishing reel

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SOURCE: penn fishing reels

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For a Penn GTO 220, pls check this page an exploded view of the GTO220 that details parts and their placement. It is a PDF file and would need Abobe Acrobat Reader to view and print.

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Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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SOURCE: How to reel in a fish

To reel out push on Z on the nunchuk and continue to rotate nunchuk or push on B and Z

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Cannot open Shakespeare Synergy Steele 2001s fishing reel

alright man......i had the same problem. it just takes a little bit of elbow grease, bot it does twist open, it's just harder than hell to get it to twist off. I took a towel and laid it over the reel, and lightly tapped on it with a hammer to loosen it up a bit.

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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SOURCE: I'm trying to take apart this reel in order to clean and oil it. However I'm not able to remove the handles or the spool. Ideas?

Unless you know exacly what you are doing don't bother. It is a very complicated reel and expremely easy to put back together incorrecly. Send it off to Daiwa Sports service department. It'll either cost you £5 or nothing to have it serviced.
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Posted on Feb 10, 2010

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SOURCE: How to buy a fishing reel

Depends on what type of fishing your doing. Out of the two the bait caster is the more challenging to do because you control the line going out. That is good for fishing banks, logged areas, spinner bait. If you just want to cast with bobber go with open or closed reel. Hope that helps.

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  • Suggested Braid: 4-8lb
  • Common Applications (Guide only): Small fishing reel mostly suited for light fishing in lakes, rivers, bays, harbours etc.
  • Popular for fish type (most common species): Bream, Trout, Whiting.
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How do I take apart a open face fishing reel


My question is why do you want to . what make is it also

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Reel wont engage to wind in line


Depending on the reel it could come apart differently. On a closed face reel you normally turn the top half about 1/4in. and then the top pulls off. On a open faced reel if you look atop the cylinder that the line wraps around there should be a screw on there. Or sometimes the whole top of the cylinder unscrews.

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