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DAIWA tatula 100 casting fishing reels for $95

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Daiwa Tatula casting reels are $50 off and 10% off coupon for signing up for their emails.

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Ive made several orders with American legacy. Great deals to be had. Rods, reels and combos. Buy with confidence. Tatula is a nice reel many models available.
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How are you getting $95? With 10% it is $99 ($109.99 × .9). Also 10% only good for new email subscribers and only one per address.

Decent deal otherwise. I dont believe these are saltwater rated.
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How are you getting $95? With 10% it is $99 ($109.99 × .9). Also 10% only good for new email subscribers and only one per address.

Decent deal otherwise. I dont believe these are saltwater rated.
It was a 48 hour flash sale. I got an email about it a couple of days ago. Now the price is what you are figuring.
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How are these for someone learning to use a baitcaster compared to something like an abu garcia blackmax?
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How are these for someone learning to use a baitcaster compared to something like an abu garcia blackmax?
Probably similar. Most newer baitcasters usually have good cast control dials to help prevent backlashing. Really it's just a matter of getting out there and practicing though.
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Probably similar. Most newer baitcasters usually have good cast control dials to help prevent backlashing. Really it's just a matter of getting out there and practicing though.
I was watching a YT video of someone trying it out. They said something about not having to set a brake on these, like you would every time you changed lures. Supposedly it auto sets it somehow.
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I was watching a YT video of someone trying it out. They said something about not having to set a brake on these, like you would every time you changed lures. Supposedly it auto sets it somehow.
Some of these newer Daiwas are designed so that the spool tension doesn't need to be adjusted. You are adjusting the brake for every different lure though. It's really no big deal. I own both the Blackmax (No longer used) and the Tatulas. They are both darn good reels to start off with. The Daiwas are a lot smoother and of better quality. The T wing system really does work... resulting in easier, longer casts. A great reel to start with is a Bass Pro Quakifier 2. I own a dozen or so of those. Great reels! But, The Daiwas are so smooth and I like the T wing system so much that I am slowly switching to all Daiwa. Another thing I noticed about the Daiwas is that they lay the line on the spool so nicely. I've also owned higher end Abu and Shimanos... only issue with those is the high price. Daiwa makes a reel of the same quality, if not better... at a really fair price.
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Some of these newer Daiwas are designed so that the spool tension doesn't need to be adjusted. You are adjusting the brake for every different lure though. It's really no big deal. I own both the Blackmax (No longer used) and the Tatulas. They are both darn good reels to start off with. The Daiwas are a lot smoother and of better quality. The T wing system really does work... resulting in easier, longer casts. A great reel to start with is a Bass Pro Quakifier 2. I own a dozen or so of those. Great reels! But, The Daiwas are so smooth and I like the T wing system so much that I am slowly switching to all Daiwa. Another thing I noticed about the Daiwas is that they lay the line on the spool so nicely. I've also owned higher end Abu and Shimanos... only issue with those is the high price. Daiwa makes a reel of the same quality, if not better... at a really fair price.
Thanks for the info
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