Daiwa Tatula Bass Spinning Rods - 2018

Daiwa Tatula Bass Spinning Rods - 2018

New for 2018, the Daiwa Tatula line of bass rods is the most complete lineup of technique specific bass rods Daiwa has ever produced.

$149.99 - $169.99
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Model
TD Code
TechniquePowerActionLengthLine WeightLure WeightNo. GuidesPrice
TTU661MFS
DAI-3021
SpinningMediumFast6'6''
1 pc
6-14lb1/8-3/4oz8$149.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TTU681MFS
DAI-3022
SpinningMediumFast6'8''
1 pc
6-14lb1/8-3/4oz8$149.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TTU682MFS
DAI-3229
SpinningMediumFast6'8''
2 pc
6-14lb1/8-3/4oz8$149.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TTU6101MXS
DAI-3023
SpinningMediumX-Fast6'10''
1 pc
5-12lb (6-20lb Braid)1/16-3/8oz8$149.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TTU701MFS
DAI-3024
SpinningMediumFast7'
1 pc
6-14lb1/8-3/4oz8$149.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TTU702MXS
DAI-3230
SpinningMediumX-Fast7'
2 pc
6-14lb1/8-3/4oz8$149.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TTU711MLFS
DAI-3231
SpinningMedium LightFast7'1''
1 pc
4-10lb1/16-3/8oz9$159.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TTU721MHFS
DAI-3025
SpinningMedium-HeavyFast7'2''
1 pc
8-17lb1/4-3/4oz9$159.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TTU731MXS
DAI-3026
SpinningMediumX-Fast7'3''
1 pc
6-14lb (8-20lb Braid)3/16-1/2oz9$159.99 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
TTU761MLMFS
DAI-3027
SpinningMedium-LightFast7'6''
1 pc
5-12lb (8-20lb Braid)3/16-1/2oz9$169.99 USD

New for 2018, the Daiwa Tatula line of bass rods is the most complete lineup of technique specific bass rods Daiwa has ever produced. The series features 21 different models, all of which are meticulously designed to feature the perfect length, power, action, and component layout for a given style of bass fishing. There are 7 spinning designs, 6 casting models, 2 flipping rods, 2 shallow crank/jerkbait rods, 3 glass cranking and spinnerbait rods and a frogging rod. All rods in the series are built around Daiwa's X-45 blank with Braiding-X Fiber Technology. These extremely lightweight blanks help eliminate blank twist and ovalization when the rod bends, allowing for increased strength, casting distance, and casting accuracy. They feature tangle free Fuji FazLite guides for smooth casting and durability. If you are looking for a professional grade bass rod designed with a specific purpose in mind then take a look at the Tatula line of bass rods where Daiwa has built one just for the task.

Key Features:

  • Premium Natural Cork Handle
  • Lazer Etched Tatula Spider Graphic
  • X-45 Concept Blanks with Braiding-X Fiber Braiding Technology
  • Fuji FazLite guides.
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
5 Stars based on 2 reviews
By Taka
Dallas, TX
Great 2 piece spinning rod!
January 9, 2020
Super right and durable, very easy to cast and rolling. It’s been 3 month since I got this rod and caught over 20 large mouse basses. Great looking black rod.
By Gabriel
Slatina, Olt
Exceptional finish
April 26, 2019
The rod is wonderful but I have bought is for zander fishing. It's a bit soft but much more sensitive and lighter than the previous model. I guess it's perfect for bass. If you want the stiff one buy XF(extrafast) not Fast.
4 Questions & 4 Answers
Jojo X
from ACCOKEEK, MD asked:
February 7, 2020
Can I fish this in saltwater? Can ihandle 15-pound red fish or striper?
1 Answer
Yes this can handle a 15 pound fish. It is still on the lighter side but still can handle them.
Submitted by: Ryan Henry on February 8, 2020

PM
from Boston, MA asked:
January 3, 2020
What's the weight of the 7ft medium/fast rod?
1 Answer
The TTU701MFS is  0.11690 kg
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on January 7, 2020

Brian
from Oklahoma asked:
December 4, 2018
Which of the longer spinning rods would best fit a tatula lt2500 reel with 15# daiwa 8x jbraid and 8 # mono leader for light jigging and drop shot for bass in a deep reservoir setting? I am leaning toward the 7'6" mediumlight fast,but am scared the 7'3" medium xfast is more sensitive? Also in winter may drop to 6# leader. What's your thoughts? Thanks
1 Answer
The tip action would be the same as far as sensitivity but the 7'6" would allow you a little more control over the fish once hooked.
Submitted by: Bernie on December 5, 2018

Justin
from Guam asked:
April 3, 2020
Will the 7ft medium balance with a 2500 spinning reel? 
1 Answer
The 7'M Daiwa Tatula would be a great pair for a 2500 class spinning reel. 
Submitted by: Sydney on April 3, 2020

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