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which Revo should I get I will be using it for flipping and swimbaits

Also what is the difference in the s, sx, and the stx revos

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if you have the money get the stx... higher end reel with more bearings and better construction.. but while your at it look at the premiere and the toro... those are the real high echelon revos.. i have one of both and you can really tell why they cost dam near 300 dollars! ;)

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if you have the money get the stx... higher end reel with more bearings and better construction.. but while your at it look at the premiere and the toro... those are the real high echelon revos.. i have one of both and you can really tell why they cost dam near 300 dollars! ;)

Well I going to try but it might be out of my price range if I can get that much money i will probably get the stx what about the winch what is the difference between it and the stx?

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If you want an Abbadabbado, there's a grrat deal

on a Premier in the Flea Market.

 

8-)

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Flipping only requires a strong frame and drag.  There's no reel involved until you hook a fish.  Swimbaiting, if you mean big baits require heavy line, so you'llneed capacity.  If you're limiting the possibilities to just Revos, you want a Toro for swimbaits.  As far as I am concerned, the S and the Premier are the only two Revos worth owning.  Look for the older Premier at a discount.  Nice, little reel.  For flipping, the S will fine.

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Flipping only requires a strong frame and drag. There's no reel involved until you hook a fish. Swimbaiting, if you mean big baits require heavy line, so you'llneed capacity. If you're limiting the possibilities to just Revos, you want a Toro for swimbaits. As far as I am concerned, the S and the Premier are the only two Revos worth owning. Look for the older Premier at a discount. Nice, little reel. For flipping, the S will fine.

What reel do you suggest for those two techniques in the 100-200 dollar range?

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Is there one reel i could use for both any brand at all in the 100-200 price I really don't have the money for two setups

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Flipping only requires a strong frame and drag. There's no reel involved until you hook a fish. Swimbaiting, if you mean big baits require heavy line, so you'llneed capacity. If you're limiting the possibilities to just Revos, you want a Toro for swimbaits. As far as I am concerned, the S and the Premier are the only two Revos worth owning. Look for the older Premier at a discount. Nice, little reel. For flipping, the S will fine.

What reel do you suggest for those two techniques in the 100-200 dollar range?

Cardiff or Luna or Ambassedeur.  Might have to go used.

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Flipping only requires a strong frame and drag. There's no reel involved until you hook a fish. Swimbaiting, if you mean big baits require heavy line, so you'llneed capacity. If you're limiting the possibilities to just Revos, you want a Toro for swimbaits. As far as I am concerned, the S and the Premier are the only two Revos worth owning. Look for the older Premier at a discount. Nice, little reel. For flipping, the S will fine.

What reel do you suggest for those two techniques in the 100-200 dollar range?

Cardiff or Luna or Ambassedeur. Might have to go used.

I have one like this but with both handles http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=310135645904&rvr_id=&crlp=1_263602_263622&UA=WXF%3F&GUID=541c52cf1240a02652c21c72ff70eb09&itemid=310135645904&ff4=263602_263622 will it do?

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Yep.  If its older, might want to update the drag and add some spool bearings, but it'll work.

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I think i got 1 to 1 1/2 years ago how would i go about updating the drag and add spool bearings

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Reel is probably fine as is then.

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thanks ok I will use that one you just saved me 150 bucks

haha that means I can get a more expensive rod 

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i personally use nothing but ABU GARCIA REVO baitcasters . if your looking for a reel you can flip with AND throw swimbaits , get a REVO INSHORE . it holds 175 yards of 12# test line , i have about 90-100 yards of 20# Izorline XXX line on it . it has 24 lbs. of drag and is built solid , has a 6.4:1 gear ratio that can do both jobs efficently .i also have a REVO TORO and i would not suggest you use this reel to flip with , i use it just for big swimbaits . here is the link for the INSHORE - http://www.***.com/Abu_Garcia_REVO_Inshore_Casting_Reel/descpage-AGRI.html and a picture of it ...  ;)

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