After posting my last thread I bought some 20lb Sakura braid and loaded it up as I normaly do by puting a scewdriver through the middle of the spool, then putting the screwdriver between each kneeand winding the braid straight on to the spool (fixed spool reel). I went fishing on a South Devon Beach last Thurs eve after work. There was a bigger swell than I expected and the water was coloured. I didnt feel very confident but gave it a go.... I had 2 waves hit the steep pebble bank in front of me and gave me a good drenching, I persisted on. Then the braid twisted on the cast after about 1 1/2 hrs fishing got caught in the but ring and craked off a £20 quid lure sailing out to sea. Feeling a bit hissed off after 2 drenchings and a lost lure I thought F it Im going home. I came on to the this forum to look up some tips on loading braid and line twist and then went on to "you tube" and found you wind the line on your reel with the line spool faceing the reel spool and the bail-arm should rotate the same way the line comes off the spool. So I got some £20 Powerpro moss green braid now and the instructions on the spool tell me to load it the same way as I originally loaded the spool. "Now I am feeling a bit confused". Which way do I load the line??. Ive had plenty of line twist before useing fixed spool reels but not after 1 1/2 hours fishing.