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Re: Rocket Fishing Rod Dangerous?
I got one for the boys, and they are having a blast with it, there's no danger of the hook catching the fingers, becasue it has some kind of special mechanizem that releases the hook only when it hits the water.
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feed the line down through the eyelets on your pole ,now open the bail on your reel tie the line on the spool,and start reeling(keep tension on the line,prevents line from tangling) when i resting mine I only go about two thirds on my spool.
Give it to me ! ...just kidding. I assume you have a cartridge in it and the cartridge is jammed in the cahmber. This can be a dangerous situation and I recommend you take it to a good gunsmith. If you are SURE that it is empty you can put a 1/4 " wooden dowel rod down the barrel and tap it on the boltface while having someone try to move the lever at the same time. Hope this is of some help.
The same thing happened to my kids rods. A friend suggested a product called Bobber Stopper. It's basically a small bead and string. I found that the bead would not reel back in, but if you just tie a piece of sting on the line big enough so it does not fit through the bobber. It worked for me, so hopefully this will work for you.
I am sure there is one to download but did not found anything with google... If search engines are no help, just ask some deep web specialists, e.g. http://manualfox.com - this is a manual search agency and if they don´t find it, it does not exist in the Internet.