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Re: Attaching Backing to Reel

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From Patterson twp, Pa (Beaver Falls)
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I like to put a little bit of tension on my line and backing when first winding it on my reel. If you have too much slack then the line won't really sit right on your reel, especially after having a fish pull some line in on you. So I will typically gently stand on the line (make sure you have socks on) while winding both backing and line on to give a bit of pressure and let the line lay nice on the reel.

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