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How to choose reels for spearguns?

The reels for spearguns are the devices that are attached to the base for the barrel of the speargun around the handle and are the most productive part. It holds a Dyneema line spooled on it that can calculate from 25m to 45m in measurement and this line is attached to the spear. The brands that offer the reels for spearguns are Cressi, SEAC, Mares, Salvimar and Beuchat. When choosing a reel for a speargun, there are several factors to consider. Here are some important aspects to keep in mind:

Line Capacity: Consider the line capacity of the reel, which refers to the amount of line it can hold. The line capacity should be sufficient for the type of spearfishing you plan to engage in and the depth you intend to dive. Choose a reel that can accommodate enough line for your desired range and target species.
Line Material: Select a reel that is compatible with the type of line you prefer to use. Common line materials for spearfishing include monofilament and braided lines. Ensure that the reel is designed to handle the specific line material you intend to use.
Retrieval Mechanism: Reels for spearguns typically employ either a manual hand winding mechanism or an automatic retrieval system. Manual reels require you to manually wind the line back onto the reel after each use, while automatic reels feature a mechanism that automatically retrieves the line with the pull of a trigger or lever. Consider your personal preference and the convenience offered by each type of retrieval mechanism.
Line Release System: The line release system is an important feature that allows the line to be released smoothly when the speargun is fired. Look for a reel with a reliable and efficient line release system to ensure that the line is deployed without tangling or snagging during your spearfishing activities.
Durability and Construction: Choose a reel that is built to withstand the rigors of spearfishing. Look for reels made from durable materials such as high grade plastics, aluminum, or stainless steel. Ensure that the reel is designed to withstand exposure to saltwater and has corrosion resistant properties.
Mounting Compatibility: Consider the compatibility of the reel with your speargun. Some reels are designed to be attached to specific speargun models or have universal mounting systems that allow them to be mounted on various speargun types. Verify that the reel is compatible with the mounting system of your speargun.



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