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Daiwa Tatula Baitcasting Reel · 6.3:1

Daiwa Tatula Baitcasting Reel · 6.3:1

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With an emphasis on quality, Daiwa's Tatula Baitcasting Reels are a great option for anglers who target bass using a wide variety of techniques. Its low profile accommodates anglers who prefer to palm their reels or who have smaller hands. With gear ratios of 6:3:1, 7:1:1, and 8:1:1, the reel is capable of performing well while using any number of different fishing techniques.

Key Features:

  • T-Wing System - Daiwa's T-Wing line guide reduces friction on the cast, optimizing casting distance and accuracy.
  • Aluminum Frame - The aluminum frame featured on the reel is strong and lightweight.
  • Magforce Z Braking System - The Magforce braking system is easy to dial in for long casts while reducing overrun.
Reel type
Line capacity
12/250, 16/185, 20/150
Braid capacity
40/170, 55/130
Ball bearings
Line per handle turn (in)
Reel weight (oz)
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Line per handle turn (in)
Water type
Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
How much line does a Daiwa Tatula hold?
The amount of line a Daiwa Tatula holds depends on the model of reel and size as well as the line size. It can vary anywhere from 240 yards of 8lbs test monofilament to 160 yards of 12 lbs test monofiliment.
Joseph Smith
by Joseph Smith on July 15, 2022
How much drag does a Daiwa Tatula have?
The Daiwa Tatula reel is a lightweight and comfortable reel that has been designed to minimize angler fatigue. It has a maximum drag of 13.2 lbs.
Joseph Smith
by Joseph Smith on July 15, 2022
Is the Daiwa Tatula a good reel?
The Daiwa Tatula reel is a very good reel. Built to be strong and comfortable. It is lightweight and designed to minimize angler fatigue for a more enjoyable fishing experience.
Fly Fishing Expert Joseph SmithConventional Fishing Expert Danny Palmquist
by Joseph Smith on July 15, 2022 · view 1 other answer
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Daiwa Tatula Baitcasting Reel · 6.3:1
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James Ising
James Ising
Verified conventional fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This has quickly become one of the more popular reels! Smooth, attractive, and light, this reel is perfect for any and all inshore fishing saltwater or freshwater! Choose a high gear ratio (7:3:1) for crank baits like buzz baits, spoons, etc. with a high gear ratio each crank will gather more line so slower cranking will result in a high lure speed. The lower gear ratio (6:3:1) will be suitable for Grubs, jigs, twitch baits, worms, etc. where non stop cranking and lure speed is not an issue.

Jonathan Creed
Jonathan Creed
Verified conventional fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

The Tatula is great for casting far and covering a lot of water due to its T-wing technology. The front bar drops down to open up a larger channel for line to leave the reel and increase casting distance.