Everyone who uses traditional baitcasting reel is conscious of backlashes. This occurs when you cast out your line and you do not accurately “thumb the spool”. The backlash will occur and a lot of line will get tangled up. This happens due to the fact that the traditional wind spool pauses when the line is cast out and then speeds up to catch up. This speeding up can give rise to a backlash. So, to minimize backlash you must adequately thumb the spool to be able to control or inhibit the backlash or you develop a baitcaster that has no eyelet that contributes to the problem of backlash. That is exactly what the company in U.S did; they developed a reel that has no eyelet, this will enable the line to leave the reel free from friction irrespective of the position of the line.
baitcasting reels in 2017 comes with a level wind angled bar which is the center of the system; it brings to a level the line on the spool by means of a rotating angle bar that causes an effect similar to a see-saw motion as a guide for the line rather than an eyelet. The rotating motion of the bar keeps the line level but does not limit the line during the casting phase like a typical level wind eyelet.
The lines of baitcasting reels are stored in a spool which revolves and are retrieved by a crank mechanism usually placed on the right side. The reels offer better control for the anglers than lure placement, thus allowing them to be situated adjacent to the shoreline, logs or heavy cover.
Regardless of what reel you choose, the efficiency of the cast for bass fishing can best be learned by means of practice. You need to regularly work with your reel at home, both outside and in the living room, to have a better understanding of your particular reel and rod. This will make it easier for you to cast anywhere you choose without the danger of tangling and pick any fish that takes a small bite when you are in the field. Make sure that you are working with equipment of high quality. Make comparisons with any reel you are interested in for price, durability, and quality of workmanship. A high-quality reel will last much longer than a cheap one and there will be a high probability that you will most likely suffer more line problem.