REBATE Abu Garcia® Revo® Toro™ Baitcast Reels
- Round reel line capacity in a low-profile reel
- 7 HPCR® bearings with Instant Anti-Reverse
- X-Cräftic™ alloy frame and side plate
- Carbon Matrix™ Drag System
- Duragear™ brass gears
- Infini II™ Spool design
- Synchronized level wind for even line lay
- Six-pin centrifugal brake
- Power handle and paddle grip is included
Abu Garcia's Revo Toro Baitcast Reel will change the way you fish for large freshwater and saltwater fish! The Revo Toro takes the sleek and comfortable design of the low-profile Revo reel and adds the high-capacity spool size found on a round reel, so anglers can fight and turn a hard-driving and long-running fish from the hookset. The Revo Toro's low-profile frame and side plate are made from highly corrosion-resistant X-Cräftic aluminum alloy which is lighter and more durable than regular aluminum. Seven High Performance Corrosion-Resistant (HPCR) bearings with Instant Anti-Reverse and Duragear brass gears combine to increase the Revo Toro's durability and long life. The Revo Toro's Carbon Matrix Drag System delivers a maximum of 24 lbs. of pressure to help you turn a snook or keep a muskie from entering a brush pile. The Swedish engineered Revo Toro also features an Infini II spool design for extended castability, six-pin centrifugal brake, synchronized level wind, line alarm and includes an extended throw and paddle handle.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hudnall great baitcast reel This reel exceeded all of my expectations and the line out alarm works great for that big catfish or bass that thinks it's going to just walk away with your bait. The line out alarm is very distinctive, you can't miss it. No matter how little line your favorite big fish takes, you'll know it. Do yourself a favor and get one, its made to last a lifetime just like fishing your favorite lake or pond. August 10, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by cyberfish Too many issues I've used a Revo Toro 60 for 2 years for Musky. I had heard so many good things about it when it came out, from guides to gurus. However, by late the first year and during the second year, I've had to replace a few parts and the increase in backlash problems and thumbar issues has me very concerned. I use it maybe a 75-90 hours a year, so just average use. I sometimes have to tap on the reel to get the thumb bar to engage after casting, braking and line tension settings seem inconsistent and don't cater to certain musky lures. I have only a fraction of issues with my HSN7000 compared to this reel. I really like the form factor and simply wish I could get the performance I expect for a reel in this class. July 9, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Patrick Revo Toro 51 This is my one year review of my Revo Toro 51. I use this reel in salt water for Red Drum, Sea Trout, and hopefully a Tarpon one day. This reel casts awesome, has plenty of line capacity and the drag is the strongest I have ever used. I love the bait clicker for when I want to put it in the rod holder and eat a sandwich. (guaranteed way to get a bite) O-yeah I also love the included power handle. Now for the not so good. I'm now getting some corrosion on the frame around the long screw that holds the side of the reel on and on the framed opening around the line guide. Also my thumb bar sometimes doesn’t seem to return all the way to where it should be. I rinse this reel in fresh water and wipe it down every time I use it, and do a full clean, oil, and grease about once a month just like I do my 5501c3's. One of my c3's I got on my 15th birthday 23yrs ago works as good as new. I'm thinking maybe I should just stick to the round reels. Also for some reason even though I have the schematic in my box still, it's nowhere to be found on this site. Almost like this reel never existed. July 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pabmusky Ultimate musky reel Upgraded to this from a 6500c3 and it is amazing. Much easier to palm than the c3 and way smoother casting and retrieving. Also the larger paddle handles make twin 10's much easier plus you get a bonus power handle with it. Definitely worth the money. April 14, 2012
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Details:Does the line out alarm on this reel work well? Thinking of getting one of these for channel cats this summer. Thanks
A:Do not waste your money. Buy A shamino baitcaster. Aubu Garcia reels are over rate especially their drag rating for their reels. These reels are much to expensive.
Details:Does the wide spool model have a non disengaging levelwind? If you son't know what that is, a levelwind is the hole you thread the line through on the reel that goes back and forth to wind the line on. So a nondisengaging levelwind is where the levelwind goes back and forth on the cast too, so it follows the line back and forth as it comes off the spool.
Details:Would this reel and the St. Croix Premier musky rod (8'6" heavy) be a good muskie combo? I wasn't sure because the I looked at both the reel and the rod at the store and this reel looked a little small for that model rod. Also what range of baits could the reel throw? Could it handle a pounder bull dawg or a light lure light a 1 ounce bucktail? Thanks.
A:this reel handle those lures no problem , i throw big swimbaits with it (up to 17 oz. ) and handles them no problem !!!!
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A:I bought the Revo Toro for Musky fishing and could not be more confident of recommending it. I would recommend the winch model and using the power handle for twin 10's. I have successfully thrown everything from a 1lb Mag Bulldawg to a light 1oz crankbait with this reel with just the dial adjustment. BTW - You'd have to buy a deep sea rod for a better drag system.
I am still using a 7'6" rod from a couple years back which is great for jerk bait applications but for every other musky fishing application I'd prefer a 8'6" to 9' rod. The additional length is quite helpful for casting lures the size and weight of a chicken but crucial for performing a quality figure 8.
Details:Would this reel cast huge baits like a pounder bulldawg (13 ounce bait)? On the flip side, would it cast a lighter bait, like a 1 ounce bucktail or small twitchbait? Also what rod, either a st. croix mojo musky rod (yes, they make a musky version now) or a st. croix premier musky rod? Thanks.
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A:This reel will cast anything you want- baits under an ounce or baits over a pound. Both rods are good the premier is made in USA and no split grip and the mojo is made in mexico and has a split grip but both use the same graphite and both are good rods.
Details:Would this be a very good musky reel?I am thinking of buying my first musky rod and reel and iv hurd of people using this
A:After using this reel I wouldn't have any questions that it can handle almost every fish
Details:I LOVE Abu Garcia REELS
I LIKE TO FISH FOR BIG CAT FISH BUT I WANT A REEL WITH A THUM BAR
THAT HOLDS A LOT OF LINE
WHAT IS THE VERY BEST REEL
A:REVO TORO MOD# 35182000
A:Get a Revo Toro 60, BUT make sure the line brake syatem can handle whatever weight of lure/ bait you intend to throw.
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A:IF YOU PLAN ON USING IT FOR BIG CATFISH, I WOULD RECOMEND LOOKING AT THE NITRO REEL FROM BPS. MINE CAST A MILE AND IT HAS PLENTY OF ENOUGH POWER TO BRING A BIG CAT TO JUSTICE. IT ALSO CAN HOLD HUGE AMOUNTS OF POWER PRO BRAID.
Details:dual braking system? not sure what six-pin centrifigul brake system means, sorry, relatively new to fishing.
A:6 Stainless Steel HPCR® Ball Bearings
Corrosion Resistant Instant Anti-Reverse Bearing
X-Cräftic™ Alloy Frame and Side Plate for Corrosion Resistance
Carbon Matrix™ Drag System for Ultra Smooth Drag
Aircraft Grade Aluminum Spool
A:There is a wheel in the housing opposite the crank with 6 pins. The wheel spins while casting the pins move out from the centrifugal force and rub on a drum slowing the spool down. This helps stop backlash. If your new to fish it will help you.
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