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How do I get my reel to keep from letting the line out while I'm holding down the cast button?

When I press the cast button, it releases the line even when I'm still holding down the button, How do I get it to stop doing this?

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Hold the line with your index finger and against the rod itself. Then cast and release your hold

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The line will not release when I cast


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Chances are your line is either tangled or dirty on the inside. Also, the longer the line sits on the spool, the "curlier" it becomes, making it more difficult to get a good cast. I would suggest replacing your line.

If that doesn't help, then its possible that the release pin isn't releasing when the button is released. If this is the case, it is probably time for a new reel. Zebco 33's are inexpensive, and not really worth the trouble to try and repair- better to just invest in a new one.

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The drag is set by turning the knob which secures the spool to the reel.

To cast, hold the line against the rod with index finger on right hand. Then flip the bail open which frees the line to come off the spool. The bail, when it gets to a certain point will lock open. When casting, release your finger on the line when the rod gets to 11 o'clock.

Flip the bail back by turning the reel handle -- the bail will pop back over the reel -- then you're ready to reel it in.

The bail is the wire-like device on the top of the reel.

There is probably a button/switch for turning anti-reverse on & off -- when on, this keeps the reel from turning backwards when force is applied to the line.

I think those are the highlights.

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flip the bail(the round rod in front of the reel)hold the line tight with your finger first and cast(make sure you let your finger off the line when you throw the rod forward.

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if u pushed the release button it will automatically lock if u real it wen u are finished casting make sure u put d catch bak on for the line to retrieve to ur reel

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check out this little girl playing the game....you can see the motions she makes to cast: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozG-s2N2xmo

For more info on controls, gameplay and cheat codes, visit this webpage:
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On the left of the screen, you'll see box art image, further under that you's see the 'get it at best buy' and further under you will see where you can click for images, videos, and hints & cheats. Have fun! :)

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