Question about Pinnacle Solene SLP10 Baitcast Reel
Sounds like your drag is too loose. Best way to get used to setting a baitcaster, in my opinion, is to put a 1/2 ounce weight on the end of the line and engage the spool. The line should drop to the ground freely, but not full speed - if too fast, the spool will continue to spin and you'll get that dreaded birdsnest. If it doesn't reach the ground, you need to loosen it more.
Once you have it set, keep that weight on and go practice, using the thumbing process Parorae noted in the previous answer.
They take some getting used to for sure!
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
Keep thumb on spool, Put in free spool cast smoothly and release thumb at about 45*. Look at aim point following line down. Thumb spool IMMEDIATELY line hits water.
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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