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Hi all Im looking at getting a new pitching/flipping reel that will have 20lb fluoro on it.  Im looking at getting the Curado 70 XG do you guys have any opinions on this reel or should I look at a different reel for this style of presentation. 

 

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For flipping and pitching, the Curado 70 XG is hard to beat. I recommend that you try a few different reels to see which reels balance better with the rod you plan on using before buying. However, I can attest to the great performance of the Curado 70s.

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24 minutes ago, Stephen B said:

For flipping and pitching, the Curado 70 XG is hard to beat. I recommend that you try a few different reels to see which reels balance better with the rod you plan on using before buying. However, I can attest to the great performance of the Curado 70s.

This ^. I have 2 Curado 70's that I use for pitching. I have tried a few diawa's that I used for pitching, but they are are used on my bottom contact rods now!

 

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Too many options to list. 

IMHO

Any high speed reel (7.1+) with a quality drag that will balance your rod of choice will work just fine. 

 

 

Mike

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The lews super duty are bullet proof

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