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Fabrication Jean Morin

Wind turbine line

Wind turbine line

Regular price $45.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $45.00 CAD
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Low stock: 12 left

Frais d'expédition

All orders are eligible


  • Canada Post
  • Purolator

Carrier delay: 1 to 7 business days depending on destination and carrier
Time before shipping: up to 2 working days. Express orders are prioritized.

Variable price
Order from 0 to $200: From $14.50. The exact price is calculated according to the rates offered by the different carriers
$200 to $300: Fixed rate of $10.00
$300 and more: Free delivery

This policy is subject to change without notice

The wind turbine line, a Windlass-type brimbale, is one of the creations of Fabrication Jean Morin . This model has been designed and improved over the years to fish mainly trout, walleye and pike on ice.

It is a kind of sentinel line that animates, thanks to the force of the wind, the dead baits and the lures used. Sometimes all it takes is a small movement to get the fish to attack the offering.

  • Equipped with a flag to avoid missing subtle attacks on your offerings
  • Animates lures and dead bait to entice fish to attack
  • Allows you to use lures to jig with the wind
  • Shock resistant reel with large line capacity for deep water fishing
  • Made of hardwood to be strong and durable.
  • Quick to set up and retrieve
  • One-year manufacturer's warranty on any manufacturing defects

Assembly service (wire included with the service)

Don't want to rack your brains or waste time setting up your wind turbine lines? We can do it for you.

Included with the assembly service:
- The length of fishing line of your choice
- 1 Duo-Lock swivel

Price list

The table below indicates the amount that will be added to the total price per rimbale depending on the type of yarn chosen. The price includes the fishing line.


braided line


75 feet (22.86m)



100 feet (30.48m)



150 feet (45.72m)



200 feet (60.96m)



*Thread is measured using a line meter. The total length could exceed that chosen, but it will not be less.

Brimbal adjustment

What we are looking for with this brimbale is small jerks of about 1” through the wind. There are multiple points of adjustment to accommodate different wind conditions and the weight of your rigs. Here are the points to remember to adjust the rimbale:

  1. Always have the back wind
  2. Start with the pendulum in the middle hole
  3. Use the rear eyelet in strong winds and the forward eyelet in light winds.

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