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What is the best reel to pair with the new nrx bass rod by g.loomis that cost less than the rod?

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  • vtbasser
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    I forgot how expensive the NRX rods are. If you want to just get below the price line then slap a Shimano Core on it!
    http://fish.shimano.com/publish/content/global_fish/en/us/index/products/reels/low_profile_baitcasting/core.html

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  • vtbasser
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    Shimano Curado 200 E7 would be my choice. Or maybe wait until fall and get the Curado E50 which is a bit smaller and lighter.

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  • Ethan3
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    I agree with Cgull.

    Also, you must spend a ton of money on fishing. I thought I spend a lot, but I always see that all your questions are what reel should I pair with my top of the line rod? and stuff like that. I wish I could buy that good of stuff haha

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  • santa
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    Good call Cgull. Actually the 800 series US reel is quite good and not near as expensive as the US Reel 1000 Pro series which I use in my casting classes. They cast better than the Revo or the Shimano. The 700 series US Reel is what I have actually settled on for my personal fishing reels simply because they are the cheapest in the line. I am able to buy more of them and rig for my type of fishing. My Revos sit in my wall rack as part of my collection, just under the Shimano Calcutta. I love all my reels, and I like to show off my collection. But I like to fish best with the US Reel baitcasters because of their casting qualities.

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  • Cgull
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    A US reel, Abu Garcia Revo or a Shimano Curado would be my choices.

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    What is the best reel to pair with the new nrx bass rod by g.loomis that cost less than the rod?

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