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Equipment Review: Daiwa’s Tatula 150

Western Outdoor NewsPublished: May 25, 2018

T-Wing Baitcaster has a stack of
features and is silky smooth


Daiwa is excited to announce the arrival of a new series of baitcasting reels that will take the bass fishing market by storm. The new Tatula 150 T-Wing Baitcasting Series is designed for specific bass fishing tasks like deep cranking, punching or flipping, pulling chatter baits or swimbaits, and frogging.

With an aluminum side plate and frame and reinforced brass gearing and a sturdy pinion gear, these reels are designed for the more rigorous demands of power bass fishing. The T-Wing level wind system allows line to pay out freely on casts and flips increasing distance and accuracy. The reel is Cadillac smooth, utilizing an astounding 7 ball bearings and 1 roller bearing.

Designed for a variety of presentations, the Tatula 150 comes in three gear ratios: 5.4:1 (right hand only), 6.3:1 and 7.3:1. Each reel sports a left or right side retrieve. A 100mm swept handle delivers hours of comfort.

As if performance was not enough, the matte black finish and spider graphic make for one of the most attractive reels on the market. If you covet the tools of the successful power bass fisherman, then step up to the plate and make the Tatula 150 T-Wing baitcasting reels an important part of your largemouth bass arsenal.


• Aluminum frame and sideplate

• Reinforced brass gearing and sturdy pinion gear

• T-WING Level Wind System

• 5.4 to 1 (right hand only), 6.3 to 1 and 7.3 to 1 gear ratio in left and right hand retrieve

• 100mm Swept Handle

• Matte Black Finish with Tatula Spider graphic

• Designed for deep cranking, punching / flipping, chatter bait / swimbait, and frogging

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