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Suggestion for 7.1 Tatula Reel #14408383 06/30/22 02:23 AM
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Well, I couldn’t help myself and purchased a Tatula SV TW Limited 103H (7.1). Most of my reels are the Tatula SV’s. I have quite a few but now I am in a dilemma to determine what technique to use it for? I have plenty on for soft plastics. What say the board please?

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Re: Suggestion for 7.1 Tatula Reel [Re: Todd B.] #14408403 06/30/22 02:33 AM
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Trap/Square Bills/Shallow Cranks - Anything you typically burn through cover.


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Re: Suggestion for 7.1 Tatula Reel [Re: Todd B.] #14408511 06/30/22 10:58 AM
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I have 2 of the limited editions.

One is on a St Croix Mojo bass 7’ MHMF with straight braid I use for jackhammers. The other is on a Daiwa Elite Feider 6’9” ML I use for vision 110 jerkbaits.

Re: Suggestion for 7.1 Tatula Reel [Re: Todd B.] #14408580 06/30/22 12:52 PM
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Whatever you want. It sounds like the same reel as all your others, so you are already used to it.


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Re: Suggestion for 7.1 Tatula Reel [Re: Todd B.] #14409364 07/01/22 01:41 AM
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Appreciate the suggestions guys!

Re: Suggestion for 7.1 Tatula Reel [Re: Todd B.] #14409577 07/01/22 01:42 PM
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Mine are currently reserved for spinnerbaits, chatterbaits, swimbaits (paddletail), jerkbaits.

Re: Suggestion for 7.1 Tatula Reel [Re: Todd B.] #14409642 07/01/22 02:31 PM
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Truly ANYTHING you want to do w/the reel. Short of using it for BIG deep diving crankbaits or BIG swimbaits there is nothing you can’t do w/that reel. IF you really like the reel you will like it for EVERYTHING. My favorite reel is a Revo SX 7/1 and that’s what’s on ALL rods. C-rig, worm, jig, topwater, spinnerbait, crankbaits, flukes……EVERYTHING because that’s the reel I like. Respectfully: don’t overthink it!

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Re: Suggestion for 7.1 Tatula Reel [Re: Todd B.] #14410691 07/02/22 08:35 PM
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7 is right in the middle for me. I like 6-7 for moving baits, and 7+ for bottom contact baits. I'd say use it for swim jigs, bladed jigs, and the like. if you dont have a bait caster set up with a drop shot or light shaky head, then do that. them sv tw's are great for light baits

Re: Suggestion for 7.1 Tatula Reel [Re: Todd B.] #14410769 07/02/22 11:34 PM
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Tx. rig or drop shot. The Tatula CT, Tatula SV and Tatula Elite are awesome reels.

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