Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Daiwa Tatula Bass Rods Review by: Jason Sealock

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A man’s fishing rod probably doesn’t define him, but it does give him a sense of joy and confidence I feel. Something about a new rod, that looks sleek, is light and sensitive and fishes well instills a sense of added confidence when as anglers we’re seeking to eliminate variables and confidence is key.

I’ve had a few months to fish with the Daiwa Tatula bass fishing rods, and the results have been great. I’ve fished with a 7-foot, 2-inch medium-heavy power rod and a 7-foot medium-light power rod to get a feel for the powers and actions available on this newer line of bass technique rods.

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