Threading a Fishing rod
Fishing rods are available in many sizes and strengths, and they can cost from various dollars to 1000s of dollars. But a fishing rod without fishing range is similar to a car or truck without gas—it may look great, but it is not especially helpful. Fishing rods and reels needs to be laden up with fishing range before fishermen can use them to capture seafood.
Supply the fly fishing rod with a reel, if it is not currently prepared. While both pole and reel play a role, the fishing reel really holds the range.
String the end of the fishing range through the tip for the fishing rod, after that through all the pole guides—in your order they occur—until you reach the fishing reel.
Put the range through line guide, that is in front of baitcasting reel. If you should be loading line onto a spinning rod and reel, flip open the bale of this reel.
Put the range around the spool of this reel, after that after its covered round the spool, tie the line so it is tight against the spool. Connect an additional knot.
Trim any line that extends above the knot, but make sure to keep about 1/8 of an inch of line, which is enough to prevent the knot from coming apart should it slip a little bit.
Change the reel handle as if you had been reeling in a seafood. The line will start coming onto your reel. Keep reeling line on before the line is 1/8 of an inch below the the top of reel spool.