How do you take apart an open reel?

How to Disassemble a Spinning Reel

  1. Turn the knob on top of the spinning reel counterclockwise.
  2. Grab the spool of the spinning reel and pull it straight up and off the reel.
  3. Grab the knob on the opposite side of the reel from the handle.
  4. Pull the handle off the reel.
  5. Locate the screws on the side of the reel.

How do you disassemble a Shakespeare spinning reel?

Items you will need Remove the reel mechanism from the back of the reel housing. Unscrew the handle by removing the screw through the center and set aside these parts. Remove the metal spool cover by extracting the screw through the center. Pull the spool with fishing line off the reel spindle and set aside.

How do you take off a spool?

How to Remove a Spinning Reel Spool

  1. Hold the spinning reel so the spool faces up.
  2. Grab the knob on top of the spool, which holds the spool to the reel. On some reels, this knob also controls the drag system.
  3. Pull the knob off the reel when you can.
  4. Grab the spool and pull it straight up and off the reel.

Is it OK to use wd40 on fishing reel?

Because WD-40 is a degreaser, it breaks down grease and oil. Never use it to lubricate a reel. The basic rule of thumb is to grease gears and oil everything else — sparingly. Too much grease and oil impede the spool and reduce casting distance.

What makes the Sedona FD 2500 reel so special?

The shielded bearings make it a reel that can be brought out for fresh or saltwater use. For just a few more dollars, the Sedona FD 2500 is a step up from reels such as the Diawa Legalis. There’s three benefits of this reel that stand out to me.

Can the Shimano Sedona FD be cast?

In fact, the Shimano Sedona FD was engineered specifically with casting in mind. The Sedona FD features a technology created and known by Shimano as the Propulsion Line Management System. Similar to the KastKing Sharky II’s power launch lip, the Sedona FD has what Shimano calls a propulsion spool lip design.

How much weight can a Sedona reel hold?

The Sedona line offers relatively light weight reels that can cover a fair amount of a fishermen’s needs. The SE500FD starts with a monofilament capacity as light as 2 pounds, and will hold 190 yards of it. At its heavier end the SE4000FD can hold 200 yards of 10 pound mono.