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A family that fishes together can create an awesome lifetime of memories.  As a parent, you will never forget the first time that your child catches their first fish on a spincast reel and brings it to the bank.  This spincast reel memory that will last a lifetime.   So if you happen to be the retired grandpa who loves to fish or the workaholic parents that are looking for an activity that can be relaxing and bring the family closer together, then maybe it’s time to invest in a quality baitcasting reel, spinning reel, conventional reel, or fly reel and introduce the sport of fishing to your family.

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Fishing is an enjoyable and relaxing sport that anyone can learn at any age.  To get started, check out your local fishing report and fishing license requirements for your state.  Besides getting the license, you’ll need to purchase the basic equipment to make your fishing trip enjoyable.  These item should include the following:  baitcasting reel, spinning reel, spincast reel, conventional reel and fly reel and rod, bait or lures, hooks, line, needle nose pliers, swivels, floaters or bobbers, sinkers, pocket knife, small first aid kit and a tackle box to store and organize all of the equipment.

Out of all the fishing equipment needed, the fishing reel is the most important purchase.  There are several factors that need to be considered when making this purchase.  Fishing reels can be expensive or very cheaply made.  Quality fishing reels usually cost on average $60.00 to $100.00.  Here at ProFishingEquipment.com we offer reels for every skill level and budget.   If you are a beginning angler, then you might want to start out with a closed face spincast reel.  These are the easiest reels to learn to use.  They are usually trouble free (less prone to tangle) and easy to use.  To cast out, just press the button and release. 

However, the more experienced angler might prefer to own all of the following reels:  the baitcasting reel, the spinning reel, the spincast reel, the conventional reel, and the fly reel.  Having a variety of reels offers several advantages to the experienced angler.  An example of a great spinning reel is the Pflueger President Spinning Reel.  This reel has great casting ability, a titanium line guide, and a one-way clutch.  If a baitcasting reel is the anglers pride and joy, then the Pflueger Centina Baitcasting Reel should be in the budget.  This reel retrieves super smooth and fast.  Keep in mind that both the spinning reel and baitcasting reel are more difficult to use and require additional practice with casting techniques.  Using either of these reels, the angler can enjoy more big hauls and less knotted lines in the future.  Here at ProFishingEquipment.com, we seek out the best deals on Abu Garcia, Daiwa, Okuma, Pflueger, Shimano, Lew's, and Zebco reels.

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