New & second hand freerunner reels for feeder fishing

New & second hand freerunner reels for feeder fishing

Freerunner reels are very popular with carp fishing and are used most of the times. A freerunner real has a double drag on the top and bottom. These are both easy to adjust and that will be a great advantage. In the last couple of years the freerunner reel has made his entrance in the feeder fishing world and proved that he is up for the job.

A freerunner reel has a double drag on the top and bottom. The reel has a switch on the backside where you can switch from front drag to rear drag. Because of the 2 different drag settings you can easily switch between a strong drag and a light drag.

The advantage of this is that you can take your eye of the rod. Whether you have to rig another rod or grab something from the car. When you get a hard run the rod will not shoot of his support. You can pick the rod up and switch to a heavier drag so you can play the fish.

So what kind of freerunner reel should I choose?

There are a lot of different freerunner reels on the market. But the most important thing when you are buying one is to check which rod your are going to fish with. When you are fishing a short feeder on a small lake, a good size for you would be a 3000 freerunner reel. When you are fishing a large river with a 3.90M heavy feeder than a 6000 up freerunner reel will do the job.

When you are still doubting which reel you should buy please feel free to contact us.

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New & second hand freerunner reels for feeder fishing

Freerunner reels are very popular with carp fishing and are used most of the times. A freerunner real has a double drag on the top and bottom. These are both easy to adjust and that will be a great advantage. In the last couple of years the freerunner reel has made his entrance in the feeder fishing world and proved that he is up for the job.

A freerunner reel has a double drag on the top and bottom. The reel has a switch on the backside where you can switch from front drag to rear drag. Because of the 2 different drag settings you can easily switch between a strong drag and a light drag.

The advantage of this is that you can take your eye of the rod. Whether you have to rig another rod or grab something from the car. When you get a hard run the rod will not shoot of his support. You can pick the rod up and switch to a heavier drag so you can play the fish.

So what kind of freerunner reel should I choose?

There are a lot of different freerunner reels on the market. But the most important thing when you are buying one is to check which rod your are going to fish with. When you are fishing a short feeder on a small lake, a good size for you would be a 3000 freerunner reel. When you are fishing a large river with a 3.90M heavy feeder than a 6000 up freerunner reel will do the job.

When you are still doubting which reel you should buy please feel free to contact us.

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