For those who do not want the red and black there is the Tsurinoya Hurricane. It is the same reel but is black and bronze colored and does not have the metal knobs.
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- Sun Dec 16, 2018 4:10 pm
- Forum: Reels
- Topic: Tsurinoya XF-50 Budget BFS Reel Teardown & Evaluation
- Replies: 6
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I'm leaning towards the new Steez being the reel with the bottom mounted mag dial as was mentioned earlier. It looks like there will be a push button to release the side plate in the location of the current mag dial. Hard to say for certain but that is what appears to be the case in the video.
https://i.postimg.cc/gcy5x2xT/Screenshot-20181213-011648-2.png Another look at the new Steez. It sort of looks like there is a deeply recessed mag dial in the palming plate but that could be a push button to remove the plate like the T3 reels had. It would be a big push button though. Much bigger t...
Unfortunately it is a fixed inductor spool. It has Magforce rather than Magforce Z. This is usually a bad thing but you never know for sure until someone gets their hands on one as early adopter and provides feedback. There is currently no feedback on how the reel performs. It is also derived from t...
What's this blurry thing. It looks unlike any Daiwa on the market. They cleverly switch to a Tatula 100 in the next frames with the same background but that does not appear to be a Tatula 100. https://i.postimg.cc/FHjmJrXT/Screenshot-20181211-214051-2.png fallout frank horrigan https://i.postimg.cc/...
https://i.postimg.cc/MHYXVYSs/Screenshot-20181211-183421.png That small lump looks like the plastic lip around the mag dial to me but it is hard to tell. Normally the Steez TW reels do not have this. The presence of this lip would indicate changes to the palming plate of the reel.
https://i.postimg.cc/y63xxg70/Screenshot-20181211-142107-3.png Looks like slight modified Steez in this pic. You can see the mag dial protrude from the palming plate in the usual position but looks like it has a plastic lip around it. The plastic beneath the dial appears to be reduced or removed. L...
https://i.postimg.cc/05Xb4DLY/Screenshot-20181210-221746.png what does a forensic anthropologist do on a daily basis This thing. I thought it was an old Tatula at 1st because the top of the frame is so flat but has the Steez logo on the face plate. Looks to be some new Steez reel.
https://i.postimg.cc/fRmbrXvb/Screenshot-20181210-205402-3.png Looks like the Tatula 100 to me. Exposed mag dial. White blob on the front is likely the white Daiwa logo found on the Tatula 100. The mag dial is not visible when casting due to the angle of the reel but when he is speaking to the reps...
- Fri Dec 07, 2018 10:25 pm
- Forum: Maintenance & SuperTuning Q&A
- Topic: Daiwa Tatula Handle Nut Cover?
- Replies: 8
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I use a nut, retaining ring and screw from a Ray's DIY handle on my old Tatula Type R. You can get them on Aliexpress pretty cheap and in whatever color you want.
Monoblocks are considerably smaller than the 1016 sized Ryogas. The reel takes TD-Z 103/Steez sized spools but requires a longer pinion from a Pixy or Alphas to make the 103 spool conversion possible. The stock spool is not that impressive. A conversion to 103 is common wirh these reels. I have a re...
- Tue Dec 04, 2018 1:04 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Casting vs. throwing your back out
- Replies: 17
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It is very lake dependant. I think fish that hang around docks in crystal clear bodies of water with a lot of pleasure boat traffic acclimate to that environment and don't mind biting around boats and people. I can toss baits at docks 6 feet away and pull bass of all sizes out of it. I've even seen ...
- Mon Dec 03, 2018 12:26 pm
- Forum: Rods
- Topic: Need a Pitching and Frog Rod...Help...
- Replies: 16
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I have the gen 1 XX PP and it is perfect for frogging and pitching. I hear the gen 2 rods are softer and more moderate than the gen 1 but the gen 2 stick should still be adequate.