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ZeeBaas- double or single line roller

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View PostFor the Guys who have ZeeBass experience- Does the rotor move any when you cast?

Thanks ,

Marc

 

 

I won't say that it doesn't move but, when I'm fishing in the dark, it's not exactly what I'm thinking about, therefore it isn't causing any issues for me. I really don't think it moves very much though. I've seriously hung-up on one of the rollers maybe 2-3 times since I started using mine in May, which is about the same number of times I did it on any of my VS reels.

 

As for the double roller, yeah yeah yeah, it gets a tiny bit confusing in the dark sometimes, but the other roller is only a 1/2 turn away, no biggggggg deal biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

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Whey you are getting ready to cast, it is best if your spool is at the highest position so the rollers are clear of the top part of the spool and the line will not impede by it.

The ZB spool movement is in sync with a full turn of the crank handle. Keep an eye on the spool when you get ready to cast. When it's at the highest point, that is where your handle should always be at, .

Mine is at about 6 to 8 o'clock. If I remember correctly, this postion can be set by the user so it may vary for each reel (do a seach here in an earlier post by David(NH)

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On 8/24/2008 at 9:15 AM, rockfishsmartie said:

i have the 027 with the double roller i love the reel and have no issues with it i caught bass up to 40#s on it and had no problems

the only thing is when fishing at night and u put the line on the pick up with out looking ur not shore witch one picked it up

the only other thing is the rubber o rings on the knob keep comming off

hope this helped chris

Quick remedy to that is either get a power knob or take those off the wheel or oval knob wrap some braid around tie a knot and put some epoxy over.

Edited by t_man7

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