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How to Calibrate Line Counter Reels

February 25, 2015

Whether you are an expert or a beginner, this tip will help you dial in your trolling bite.


Have you ever wondered why one rod outperforms another, even though you run the same lure at the same distance back?


Most people assume all line counter reels are accurate when they come out of the box. All line counter reels leave the factory calibrated differently, however most are commonly figured at a .42mm, 15-pound monofilament, with the spool full. Every time you lose line from the full spool, your line counter reading becomes more inaccurate. It is important to re-calibrate it a few times a year.

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