Shimano Curado 200E7 Specs

The revamped version of the Curado boasts some pretty impressive specifications! Listed below are the reel’s specs, in addition to a little of my own feedback. The Curado was the winner of Best of Show for the 2008 iCast and there’s a good reason for that.

Here are the Curado’s specs:

Line Retrieve Per Crank (in): 30

Power Pro Line Capacity (# Test/Yards)\r\ny: 30/190,50/120,65/80

Mono Line Capacity: 8/180, 10/155, 14/110

Max Drag (lb): 11

S A-RB Ball Bearings: 1

Shielded Stainless Steel Ball Bearings: 5

A-RB Roller Clutch Bearings: 1

Gear Ratio: 7.0:1

Weight: 7.6 oz.

Despite Shimano not mentioning mono line sizes above
14 lb. test, the Curado 200 series reels will handle slightly heavier line. I run 17 lb. Big Game line on a couple of my Curados with no problems at all. I wouldn’t, however, recommend going any heavier than 17 lb. test. Doing so will result in greatly-reduced line capacity.

Check out the Curado 200E7 here

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4 Responses to Shimano Curado 200E7 Specs

  1. David Babb says:

    I just bought a Shimano Curado 200e7 RH, and it was missing the pawl cap, spacer, and screw. Do you know where I can get these parts?? I really want to start using my reel!!

  2. Shimano Curado 200E7 says:

    I would recommend contacting the vendor where the reel was purchased.

  3. David Babb says:

    Yea that’s a problem lol. I bought it on eBay but it was brand new. I contacted Shimano, and they are sending me the parts free of charge. That’s why I love Shimano for fishing! Great customer service. Thanks for trying to help though.

  4. Shimano Curado 200E7 says:

    Glad it worked out for you. Contacting Shimano was going to be my next suggestion 🙂

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