Shimano Curado MGL K 151


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Shimano Curado MGL K 151 - Left Hand Wind

The Curado MGL is the smallest Curado model available, it is developed to handle a wide array of lures while excelling at comfortably casting smaller lures.

The Curado MGL is the smallest Curado model available, and it is developed to handle a wide array of lures while excelling at comfortably casting smaller lures. The lightweight MGL spool features reduced spool inertia for improved casting distance and accuracy. Palming the Curado MGL is comfortable due to its compact and lightweight design. To ensure that the angler has enough leverage, even over the biggest fish, the reel features a strong and rigid HAGANE Body.

Specifications: 

    • Type of Reel: Surf Casting
    • MicroModule: Yes
    • Power Roller: No
    • HAGANE Body: Yes
    • Environment Usage: SW/FW
    • X Ship: Yes
    • DynaBalance: Yes
    • HAGANE Gear: No
    • E-I Treatment: No
    • Spool Size: 150
    • Silent Drive: No
    • Main Handle Knob Shape: Paddle
    • Drag Type: Front normal
    • Spool Type: Main spool
    • Drag Position: B-Side

    So what do all these letters and numbers mean? I hear you say...

    Let's try explain things here:

    • BFS = Bait (Baitcaster) Finesse System
    • DC = Digitally Controlled (fool proof!) casting system
    • C = Compact body, slightly smaller than the standard
    • HG = High Gear, faster retrieve than the standard
    • XG = Extra Gear... even faster than the HF version, these letters don't determine size
    • S = Shallow spool, ideal for braid
    • DH = Double Handle
    • Ci4 = A lightweight material!
    • MGL -Magnumlite, a reel with components, often spool made from a lighter metal than others, 30% lighter than Ci4!
    • F or R = If the model name has F or R at the beginning, this is Front or Rear drag. The letter following the F determines the release age, so FK is newer than FJ. A little like the old car number plate system. 
    • 1, 2, 3000 etc = Determines the size which goes up with the number although the 2500 and 3000 are the same size, just the 3000 has a larger spool and sometimes different shaped handle... YES I know it is a bit confusing, but hopefully this helps a little in choosing the perfect reel for you.

     

     

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