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Daiwa Tatula 200 Casting Reel

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6.3:1 / Right Hand

Daiwa Tatula 200 Casting Reel 6.3:1 / Right Hand
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TATULA 200 is the answer to many heavier tackle demands. Reinforced Brass Gearing can carry the load of more powerful quarry and is housed with a Rigid Aluminum Frame and Sideplate. To handle increased torque, a custom 100mm Swept Handle can turn the barrel with greater ease. The handle also utilizes comfortable Soft Touch Knobs. The baitcaster is available in Standard (6.3:1) and High Speed (7.3:1) gear ratios in left or right hand crank. A Matte Black Finish with Red Spider Graphics make this reel a looker. Well designed for deep cranking, punching, flipping, chatter baits, swimbaits, and working a frog.

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Model Number Hand Gear Ratio Max Drag Bearings Wt. (oz.) Line Capacity
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Inches Per Crank
TAT200H Right 6.3:1 13.2 7+1RB 8.1 16/185 28.2
TAT200HS Right 7.3:1 13.2 7+1RB 8.1 16/185 32.2
TAT200HL Left 6.3:1 13.2 7+1RB 8.1 16/185 28.2
TAT200HSL Left 7.3:1 13.2 7+1RB 8.1 16/185 32.2
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      The Alabama Rig (A-Rig) is a bait you don’t often see in a bass pros boat. The reason… most professional tours like B.A.S.S. and FLW have outlawed their use during competition days. That doesn’t mean touring pro Patrick Walters avoids them though. If bass are keying in on bait fish and he is out fun-fishing for the day, there is a good chance he has one tied on. 

      The technique is simple, “I fish it the same way I would a spinnerbait”, Walters explains. Power fishing it shallow is his go-to method for throwing this effective bait. The key is to match the swimbaits in size and color to what is present in the body of water you are fishing.

      Patrick also recommends having one of the swimbaits be different from the rest. Whether it’s a different size or color, the variation can help bass key in on a target better, increasing your hookup ratio. 

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      A mistake anglers commonly make is the determination of the appropriate gear ratio for each style of fishing. One of the biggest factors that plays into this mistake is knowing what gear ratio even means.  For example, take a reel that is labeled to be a 7.3:1 gear ratio. For each full rotation of the reel handle, the spool will turn 7.3 times. See the breakdown below for important information when considering which reel to use for different applications. 

      5:1 and 6:1

      These gear ratios are slower and are great for moving baits. The slower gear ratio will help you retrieve the bait at a proper speed and not overwork it. Also, the slow gear ratio reels have the most power per turn of the handle. Applications like deep crankbaits inherently put a lot of resistance on the reel. Slower gear ratios will help eliminate the resistance felt when reeling in the bait. 

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      This is considered the most universal gear ratio due to the fact that it is the happy medium between too fast and too slow. Jigs, spinnerbaits, chatterbaits, crankbaits, swimbaits and topwater can all be effectively fished on a 7-speed gear ratio.

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      These speed demons are made for applications when quickly picking up line is critical in order to set the hook. Applications include flipping, punching, or frogging. All of these styles typically use thicker gauge hooks and require there to be no slack in the line, otherwise your hookset will lack power to successfully land the fish. 

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