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Daiwa 19 TATULA 601HB 6' Baitcast Rod

$289.00

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The iconic Tatula series of rods gets the upgrade you’ve all been waiting for. With brand new components, new actions and enhanced performance get ready for the best Tatula rods ever. Our innovative spiral palming grip is supremely comfortable and secure even under heavy drag pressures. Fuji’s new anti-tangle LKW alconite guides reduce weight and enhance sensitivity. 3DX carbon on the bottom section of the SVF graphite blank increases lifting power, giving you the strength to turn heads. Gear up to target any of Australia’s iconic predators with 11 models including 3 swimbait specific actions. Blanks SVF blanks featuring 3DX carbon is where it all begins. SVF graphite is all about pure strength to weight ratio. By using SVF graphite, we've been able to keep weight down. By adding 3DX to the butt section, we've enhanced lifting power without adding unnecessary weight. Guides Fuji's brand-new LKW frame guides is a huge leap forward for lightweight stainless steel double foot guides. The new LKW frame is much lighter than its predecessor. It's also shorter, meaning bindings can be kept smaller and the overall effect of guides & bindings is kept to the minimum. Grips We've gone all-out on the new Tatula rods to deliver a range of bait cast rods suited to our heavy-handed Australian fishing style. Fuji PLS 'Palming Support' reel seats is just the beginning. This reel seat is supremely comfortable with a wide profile base, making it ideal for both small and large reels alike. Our new spiral palming grip is supremely comfortable and incredibly secure. Tatula rods get used in the harshest conditions. Freezing mornings chasing Murray Cod are no longer a problem with the Spiral Palming Grip, gloves or no gloves, that rod isn't going anywhere.