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...When rolling the line in, do NOT wind like a reel; it's done with a big arm motion, like making 2- to 3-foot figure-8s in the air.
* You can't just stand there, like you're using a fishing pole; hold the yo yo away from your body and YOU are the pole and the spring. You can't wind sloppy, dropping loops. It's got to be smooth.
Are there any good YouTube videos of this?

Also, where do you get the spool? I looked a while back but didn't find one.

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Are there any good YouTube videos of this?

Also, where do you get the spool? I looked a while back but didn't find one.

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a. Not really.

b. The links in the blog all work. Bass Pro Shops and most FL tackle shops, but it's not a New England thing. I discovered them while in FL on business. The 8-inch ones are much better.
http://sail-delmarva.blogspot.com/20...o-fishing.html
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Are there any good YouTube videos of this?

Also, where do you get the spool? I looked a while back but didn't find one.

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Here's a link on amazon with free shipping:
Amazon.com: GATOR 9^ HANDHELD FISHING REEL: Sports & Outdoors Amazon.com: GATOR 9^ HANDHELD FISHING REEL: Sports & Outdoors



I just ordered three, to keep loaded with a lure on the boat.
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For anyone interested in handline fishing I found this pdf:

Handlining and squid jigging
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For anyone interested in handline fishing I found this pdf:

Handlining and squid jigging
An interesting link, even if you don't plan on trying any of it. Instructions on inexpensive fishing methods from the UN.
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