Manual Spinning Reels
You get what's called a manual spinning reel. Penn and Mitchell made a lot of them in mid to late 60's. Penn actually just recently stopped making theirs, called a 706. They are/were really popular with fisherman in florida who fished with live baits, because you could quicky get into free-spool mode fast when a spooky fish took the bait. I fished with a 706 for everything from kings to snapper until two years ago, when the reel I had for 14 years was stolen out of a rod holder in Freeport.
Van Staal spinning reels are still made as manuals, but they are very expensive.
They take some getting used to, but if you fish for spooky critters that take live baits, say like a finicky ling, they are really handy.