Basics About Gear Ratio

Briefly, the gear ratio recorded on a reel is the ratio of the rotational motion of the reel (one complete spin) to the rotation of the spool or spool of the reel.

For example if the reel states a gear ratio of 4.8: 1 then it means one complete cycling cycle, the reel reel rotation is 4.8 times. If the gear ratio is 6.3: 1 then the spindle will rotate 6.3 times for one complete cycle.

-> 1 oar rotation = 4.8 spindle rotation

-> 1 oar rotation = 6.3 spindle rotation

In other words, the larger the ratio the faster the ability of the reel to rewind the rope back into the spool.

 

This gear ratio system tells us about the power available on the reel whether it is a vertical or horizontal reel. At the same time it serves to determine the suitability of the reel with the fishing technique we want to practice.

This gear ratio if you want to make a comparison, it is the same as a transmission or motorcycle gear. A low gear ratio is like 1-2 gears which are more powerful to move the motor. While high ratio gears are like 4-5 gears that are more specific for speed.

Or in other words, a reel with a low ratio is more suitable for fishing pulling more loads such as using deep dive lures, while a high ratio gear for high -speed fishing such as styling surface lures.

Source: https://matakail.com.my/perkara-asas-tentang-nisbah-gear/

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