As you can see the entire setup is mounted to a wooden supporting frame.
In this next picture you are able to see the servo (bottom left) which is connected to the fishing reel gears (top right) which is in turn mounted to the breadboard.
The servo is held in place by the metal and plastic handle in the picture. The handle is secured to the wooden frame using glue and a screw while the servo is secured to it via the use of glue.
The servo is then attached to the shaft where the crank for the fishing reel is normally connected. This attachment is made by using a bottle cap and gluing one side of it to the servo drive shaft and then gluing the other side to the + shaped plastic piece on the fishing reel.
I then attached the breadboard to the 'spool' of the fishing reel by cutting several circular disks of cardboard and punching holes in the center. These were glued to the reel to allow the bolt to protrude from the center of the reel without interfering with the breadboard. The breadboard was then glued to these circular disks.