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Daiwa Tatula Elite Casting Reel

Daiwa

6.3:1 / Right

Daiwa Tatula Elite Casting Reel 6.3:1 / Right
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The Daiwa Tatula Elite was designed and engineered with distance casting as a focus, with features to complement that objective. A variety of engineering technologies combine to make this the one of the longest casting reels on the market. A re-designed A7075 aluminum spool is extremely lightweight, allowing for increased casting distance with minimal effort. The highly-tuned magnetic based Magforce braking system has been tweaked from our industry leading Magforce system to maximize casting distance. The combination of the newly designed spool and the fine tuned braking system allows for an effortless cast, as the startup inertia of the spool is much lower. The Tatula Elite allows for maximum distance with minimum effort. The reel is also equipped with our well known T-Wing System, Zero Adjustor, a 100 sized aluminum frame and sideplate, and a 90mm Swept Handle.  The combination of the newly designed spool, the fine tuned braking system, the T-Wing System and our redesigned lightweight spool truly make the Tatula Elite the race car of casting reels, a valuable long casting tool in the arsenal of any skilled angler.

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Model Number Hand Gear Ratio Max Drag Bearings Wt. (oz.) Line Capacity
(Mono)
Inches Per Crank
TAEL100H Right 6.3:1 11 7+1RB 6.7 12/150 26.3"
TAEL100HL Left 6.3:1 11 7+1RB 6.7 12/150 26.3"
TAEL100HS Right 7.1:1 11 7+1RB 6.7 12/150 29.8"
TAEL100HSL Left 7.1:1 11 7+1RB 6.7 12/150 29.8"
TAEL100XS Right 8.1:1 11 7+1RB 6.7 12/150 33.9"
TAEL100XSL Left 8.1:1 11 7+1RB 6.7 12/150 33.9"
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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

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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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