Roux Maillet Fishing Reels April 04, 2018 21:18:52
The first known history of a fishing reel are from about 1195 c.e. in Chinese records and paintings. In England fishing reels first appeared around the mid-1650s. By the 1760s tackle shops in London were offering a multiplying or gear-retrieved reels. George Snyder a Kentucky native is credited with inventing the first fishing reel in America around 1820. A bait casting design that quickly became popular with anglers.
Bait casting reels are used by experienced veteran fisherman who catch big fish such as salmon bass and pike. Even though these reels are great for catching large fish it does take significant time to perfect the casting technique. But bait casting reels do have the advantage of farther casting better leverage and more precise lure placement. Basically bait casting reels are made for catching bigger fish because they are made for heavier lures and heavier lines.