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Best is totally subjective. Among the three you listed, neither is the best as Daiwa's best would be a Steez that costs 3x as much as a Tatula, and Shimano's would be the Antares which is in the same price range.

 

However, the best in the price range I would say is the Tatula SV if you ever cast baits 3/8oz and under, or the Pflueger Supreme XT. My oldest son has a Curado K, it's a good reel but I like the Supreme XT better. It holds the same amount of line, is lighter, is smoother, brakes better and I'm pretty sure it casts further as well but the Tatula SV wins for lighter lures.

 

I will add that of the three you listed, I really doubt you'll be disappointed whichever you choose.

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17 minutes ago, Brendan Roll said:

I see a lot of you praising the Fuego. I am thinking about buying the Fuego and one other reel (One other one mentioned in this forum that I have not decide on yet).

What Gear ratio do you guys have on yours and what do you use it for?

I have 3 of them. 1 6 speed for spinnerbaits and chatterbaits, 1 7 speed for texas rigs and 1 8 speed for punching/heavy flipping. 

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1 hour ago, Brendan Roll said:

I see a lot of you praising the Fuego. I am thinking about buying the Fuego and one other reel (One other one mentioned in this forum that I have not decide on yet).

What Gear ratio do you guys have on yours and what do you use it for?

I think this is a great choice!

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If you are open to used, the Cronarch MGL is something I would reach for and I bet you cold post in the classifieds 

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Shimano Curado 70 😉

 

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1 hour ago, Catt said:

Shimano Curado 70 😉

 

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while you are at that, Upgrade that handle with Shimano Metanium XG 96mm 

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