48" Reel Retrieve   vs   32" Reel Retrieve 48" Reel Retrieve   vs   32" Reel Retrieve 48" Reel Retrieve   vs   32" Reel Retrieve 48" Reel Retrieve   vs   32" Reel Retrieve
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    Default 48" Reel Retrieve vs 32" Reel Retrieve

    200' Line Out

    50 Turns Vs 75 Turns

    Math 200' of Line x 12" = 2400"

    2400" Divided by 48" = 50
    2400" Divided by 32" = 75

    Do you Chose 75 turns or 50 Turns to Bring In 200' of Line

    It is Foolish to Make 75 Turns vs 50 Turns

    I did Not Consider this when I Bought 1st Reels to fish on Lake Erie
    Now I will only Buy reels with a Retrieve of 48" or More

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    Default Re: 48" Reel Retrieve vs 32" Reel Retrieve

    Never really thought about it. I am 70 and I just reel them in no matter how far out they are. I never counted the cranks.
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    Default Re: 48" Reel Retrieve vs 32" Reel Retrieve

    I have started buying the Shimano Tekota 400 model because of it's faster retrieve rate, but it's only rated for 35" per turn. What models are you seeing that have 48" per turn?

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    Default Re: 48" Reel Retrieve vs 32" Reel Retrieve

    Daiwa Eliminator 8000 53"
    6500 48"
    5000 47"

    Penn Wrath 8000 44"

    Look on E-Bay Usually best prices

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    Default Re: 48" Reel Retrieve vs 32" Reel Retrieve

    Ok, that makes sense now that I know you are talking about spinning reels. I only use reels with a built in line counter, but maybe it would be worthwhile considering adding a line counter to a spinning reel. I would be lost without a line counter since I troll and use the precision trolling app.

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    Default Re: 48" Reel Retrieve vs 32" Reel Retrieve

    Quote Originally Posted by Lynn M View Post
    Ok, that makes sense now that I know you are talking about spinning reels. I only use reels with a built-in line counter, but maybe it would be worthwhile considering adding a line counter to a spinning reel. I would be lost without a line counter since I troll and use the precision trolling app.
    100 Feet of one color Line then 100 Feet of a 2nd color Line then a Third color Line
    That is the only way I would count out 200 Feet of Line
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    Good Luck with Line Counters


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