Caiman GJ is Tica's best round baitcaster, and they make it in the 200 size.
Tica lists max drag as 6.6 lbs.
I have a 150, and can recommend against the Striper - the handle is solid stainless steel and weighs a reel - I bought the thing for my Caiman.
But then I got smart, bought an inexpensive Gomexus carbon handle, weightless hande and really stiff - Shimano-A/Daiwa-S 4-mm knob spindle, which is also good, because I can replace the porkish Gomexus pot-metal knob.
(There was also an intermediate Basszone very lightweight power handle I didn't like the carbon flex, and gave to my buddy for his round Abu)
replaced the 40-g Gomexus pot-metal knob with 14-g Livre EP37 titanium.
No torsion whatsoever from the lightweight handle when you're working the lightweight rig.
Have it matched with a Jigging World spiral-wrap trigger jigging rod, 15-40-lb test, 1-4-oz
Also had to modify the cost-effective rod with a gimbal butt addition
I have 300 yds 20-lb braid + 100-yds 20-lb working Blue Label.
Even with 50-lb braid, you don't need more than 12-lbs drag, and my 5-lbs drag set is bucketloads.
My Seigler SGN lever-drag on conventional E-glass rod has 400+ yds 30-lb braid plus 25 yds 30-lb Blue Label, and 7-lbs drag set is astronomical.
Even Lew's doesn't list max drag on their top round baitcaster - I doubt if you can get more drag in a conventional round baitcaster.
Might want to look at the little Seigler, 35-lbs max drag, Avet, or cost-effective Tsunami, Okuma or Gomexus narrow spool lever drag.
(Tica levers, w 20-lbs drag spec, doesn't offer a small narrow spool).
It's not tough to cast a lever drag - you set casting brake with the lever.
NLW, but the Seigler spool design always lays wind in one direction, so you only have to thumb-guide in the reverse lay