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Curado Or Lews Reels

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I'm retiring my quantum energy pt and I've got several curados and a lews speed spool. I can't make up my mind if I want a lews or another curado. I know some people don't like the curado g but I have had 0 problems out of them. Probably going with a curado because a couple of local stores have them for 99.99 on clearance but does anyone know how well the lews stand up over time? I know Shimano's are built to last but it's a toss up on which one I enjoy fishing with more.

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I have both and have been fishing with the Lews for a couple of seasons now, with narry a problem. Don't think you can go wrong with either choice.

Hootie

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I've been debating on having all of my reels one way or the other and I've got more curados than lews. I bit the bullet and and got 6 Powell rods to replace my old rods I was using a mix of shimano compre's, quantum kvd, st croix mojo and a bass pro flipping stick and I really enjoy all my rods to feel more or less the same when I pick them up. It gives the illusion of knowing what I'm doing too haha

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Good choice on Powell. Can't go wrong with a Lews TP for around 150 but 100 for a Curado is a steal. Its all in what u want. If you want a lighter reel the Tp is a steal

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Like the Lews becasue it is lighter....... that shimano is tough to beat at that price.

 

Lews are holding up just fine, call and talk to some guys that service/clean them and they will tell you the same.

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Among the major manufacturers at the $150> Retail price point the competition is fierce and results in pretty much all good products. Let features, feel, and the deal decide for you.

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