How to Cast a Spinning Reel?

Answer

Hold the rod out in front of you. Reel up the line until the bobber is about four inches from the tip of the rod. Press down firmly on the release button and hold it there. Now let the release button go. The bobber should fall to the ground. To prevent loops that can become tangles from forming in the line, carefully add tension to the line with your thumb and forefinger while reeling in the line. Wind line back onto the spool of the reel. Make sure to reel in enough line after you have activated the reel. Press and hold down the reel's release button. Swiftly and smoothly, bend your arm at the elbow, raising your hand with the rod until it almost reaches eye level. When the rod is almost straight up and down, it will be bent back by the weight of the practice plug. As the rod bends, move your forearm forward with a slight wrist movement. Gently sweep the rod forward, causing the rod to bend with the motion. Release your thumb from the button.
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