Daiwa Tatula LT Spinning Reel

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These fine new reels reflect the sophisticated engineering and design that has vaulted spinning reels on to the center stage of the bass fishing world. The Zaion Body is composed of a "high density" carbon strain material that is lighter and stronger than conventional construct material.

This Tatula LT reel is one of the lightest spinning reels out in the market. The state of the art Air Rotor design is 15% lighter yet stronger by dispersing the pressure evenly over the part. The digitally Machined Aluminum Alloy Digigear is smooth and flawless delivering the power of the handle directly to the rotor with no play. The 7 ball bearing system allows the parts to move effortlessly. The Daiwa Tatula LT series of spinning reels utilizes state of the art materials and technology to create a versatile tool designed with the more sophisticated bass fisherman in mind.
  • ZAION LT Housing
  • Machined Aluminum Alloy DIGIGEAR
  • 7 Bearing System (1 CRBB+5BB+1BB)
  • Gear Ratio - 6.2:1
  • Corrosion Resistant ball bearings
  • Air rotor design weighs up to 15% less than ordinary rotor designs
  • LT concept utilizes a small, lightweight frame with a larger DigiGear
  • Bearings: 6 (1CRBB, 5BB, 1RB)
  • Gear ratio: 6.2:1
Model 2000:
  • Line per handle turn: 32 in
  • Weight:5.82 oz
  • Line capacity: 4/340, 6/220; J-Braid 10/210, 15/180
  • Max drag: 11
Model 2500:
  • Line per handle turn: 34.5 in
  • Weight: 6.2 oz
  • Line capacity: 8/240, 10/210; J-Braid 20/170, 30/120
  • Max drag: 22
Model 3000:
  • Line per handle turn: 36.8 in
  • Weight: 6.3 oz
  • Line capacity: 8/160, 10/130; J-Braid 20/160, 30/110
  • Max drag: 22

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Awesome reel! Soooo smooth!
June 4, 2020
3 weeks ago
My new go to.
I have 3 CI4s and after a day on the water with the tatula it is my new go to. In the 2500 size the Diawa is a bit lighter and in my opinion every bit as smooth. The Tatula also maintains the ability to backreel that the updated CI4 did away with a few years back. Do yourself a favor and check out the Tatula if you are considering a CI4.
May 9, 2020