- Jul 24, 2018
Probably a dumb question but I will ask it anyway . I have been looking at reels with a view to purchasing a new one for distance feeder fishing . I noticed the Preston Centris NT 520 . One of the selling points in the blurb is that the reel has two line clips which according to the aforementioned blurb "makes fishing two lines easier " Can anyone explain how it makes fishing two lines easier ? I presume when casting the shortest clipped distance would be hit first . If you then unclipped and cast to a longer clipped distance it would be determined by the second line clip but how would that differ from clipping twice on the same line clip ? You would still hit the short line first then unclip that to hit the long line and in both cases lose the short line distance as it has been unclipped or does a two clip spool not work like that ?