Berkley Line Winder With Stripping Tool

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Berkley Line Winder With Stripping Tool -
Ensure even filling with constant line tension on both casting and spinning reels. Included is a built-in line stripper and cutter.
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Berkley Line Winder With Stripping Tool Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Works well when modified

I use this for stringing spinning reels and it works well with the following modification. Search for 'Berkeley Line Spooling Station Issues Resolved' to find a nicely done article on how to modify for fast, one-handed stringing of spinning reels. It is a cheap, easy fix. Leaving the rubber band on while stringing keeps the string from unraveling and provides the tension for smooth reeling.
brrmax at Cabelas on 02/12/2014

Excellent Product

Makes spooling any reel simple and fast. Keeps line taunt and consistent throught the spooling process. A great tool for the price.
CFOPhoto at Cabelas on 01/12/2012

Good Tool

Works well. Wish it was a little easier to hold down, but still easy to use.
jafo6252 at Cabelas on 08/04/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Great for bait casters, OK for spinning reels

The line strippers works fine, much faster than the soup can and bolt setup in a cordless drill. This is outstanding for freshwater bait casters, it keeps adequate tension. However on spinning reels there is no way to keep tension on the line unless you simply pinch the incoming line with your fingers. I don't know why some line manufacturers insist on putting odd indents on the lip of the spools either, makes spooling spinning reels a pain. The threads on one of the collars that holds the tension stripped out the second time I used it. A material other than the soft brass would be a good choice. Overall, not bad, but could be better.
nerdneck at Cabelas on 08/01/2013