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Which One Of These Casts The Farthest

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Geez,

There are other factors to consider as well. Any of those reels you listed before are capable casters, next has to be Rod, line, bait selection, etc.. Is it a jack of all trades reel? Flipping reel? Long bombing crankbaits? Explain your intentions for the reel a bit, at least, more info gets better feedback.

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I'm afraid I have no idea.  But, I'm curious as to why?

 

Of all the possible qualities that I would compare when shopping for a reel, that isn't a question that I would ever think to ask.

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All of those will cast as far as you need them to. And then some.

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Which reel casts the farthest the shimano chronarch 200e , the shimano curado I or the lews tournament pro

 

I happen to have all 3 reels. Before I answer, I would have to agree, so many factors play into this. Assuming all 3 reels have had their bearings flushed and properly oiled and assuming its the same type of rod, line, and same bait I would have to say that all 3 reels cast relatively the same distance.

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I think you should have just asked this question in your other thread of E vs I.

Very few people if any have done a legit test on casting distance. You need the same rod, line, and lure. You also should get at least 3 experienced people and have them cast about 10 times each minimum. All this must be done with the same amount of wind. All 3 reels must be the same usage out of the box. See, not very likely anyone will really know.

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Hurry spring

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I think you should have just asked this question in your other thread of E vs I.

Very few people if any have done a legit test on casting distance. You need the same rod, line, and lure. You also should get at least 3 experienced people and have them cast about 10 times each minimum. All this must be done with the same amount of wind. All 3 reels must be the same usage out of the box. See, not very likely anyone will really know.

Yup. Not only are there all these variables, there's the biggest one: the user. 

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I think you should have just asked this question in your other thread of E vs I.

Very few people if any have done a legit test on casting distance. You need the same rod, line, and lure. You also should get at least 3 experienced people and have them cast about 10 times each minimum. All this must be done with the same amount of wind. All 3 reels must be the same usage out of the box. See, not very likely anyone will really know.

I would also add that even if the above testing was done, the results may not be conclusive even if distance is the only variable measured. Size, balance, and other factors are all subjective differences that impact distance. You don't like our answer, but they all cast very well!

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They will all cast, alllll the way over there.

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Distance casting has more to do with the user than it does with the reel itself, IMHO.

 

Remember, there is such a thing as casting so far that you don't get a good hook set.  

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Distance casting has more to do with the user than it does with the reel itself, IMHO.

 

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probably the chronarch...

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of course the lew's will cast farther. at least for me since thats the only brand i use.

seriously though, all those are good reels. my suggestion is use the one that just feels good in your hands.

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You will never get an acceptable answer for this question.  Even if you asked what one is better everyone will have an opinion.  They all cast fine, its not like one of them is garbage.  They are all quality reels and will all perform well.  As others have said, pick the one that feels comfortable in your hands.

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Any good quality reel with the right set up will cast as far as you need it to and more. I think you'd be happy with either reel

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 All three of those are great reel's. I do not think that any one of those will cast less than you would ever need for it to cast. If I were you, I would go to the store and hold them all and see which one I liked the best and just go with it because I really believe you would be very happy with any of the three you listed.

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Whichever one is set right with the right combination of line/rod/lure is going to cast the furthest. 

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Distance casting has more to do with the user than it does with the reel itself, IMHO.

 

Remember, there is such a thing as casting so far that you don't get a good hook set.  

 

Especially true when using stretchy lines like mono or fluorocarbon.

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I still don't understand why my reels cast different when I am lawn fishing, outside of my fishing shed, than they do when I am on the water, throwing at real targets.   My best explanation so far is that when I am practicing on the lawn, the reels like to show off a little bit, and then when I get on the water they get a little case of performance anxiety.   I understand that this assumes that my reels have feelings & emotions similar to what people have.

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I still don't understand why my reels cast different when I am lawn fishing, outside of my fishing shed, than they do when I am on the water, throwing at real targets.   My best explanation so far is that when I am practicing on the lawn, the reels like to show off a little bit, and then when I get on the water they get a little case of performance anxiety.   I understand that this assumes that me reels have feelings & emotions similar to what people have.

This can be a number of things. Wind and other conditions on the water vs in your lawn, if your fishing with a partner and do not have the same amount of casting space, if your lawn fishing with a different lure, and if you are more focused on accuracy on the water and you are more focused on your distance in the lawn. Their is a perfect scientific answer to your question, just give it some thought and testing.

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