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centrepin

Line breaks: centre|pin
Pronunciation: /ˈsentəpɪn/

Definition of centrepin in English:

noun

A relatively simple type of fishing reel with the line winding directly on to a revolving spool.
Example sentences
  • On rivers some sort of trotting technique is ideal for the centrepin and the great thing with a centrepin is that the reel does all the work.
  • But for some reason the line on the centrepin kept digging in on the cast, and going back around the reel.
  • For a first centrepin, particularly if you feel you might not get on with one and may return to the fixed spool, the Leeds Classic represents excellent value for money.

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