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Robert Riley

Overfilled Spool

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So I overfilled one of my reels with line by accident. Noticed there is a bit of extra resistance reeling in, and it doesn't cast as well. It doesn't look like the spooled line is touching anything, so why do these things happen?

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How's a pausi trac rear end work in a Plymouth...

It just does.

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if it's a casting reel, the line could be contacting the thumb bar or something. If it's a Plymouth, you're SOL.

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Take some line off your overfilled spool and problem solved unless there are other issues not related.

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This happened because your overfilled the spool. You said it not me.  Take your time next time re-filling your spool and avoid the element of operator error.

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if it's a casting reel, the line could be contacting the thumb bar or something. If it's a Plymouth, you're SOL.

If it's a Plymouth and alive and kicking, you can bet it's kicking.

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