Daiwa Tatula elite Brent Ehler

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Re: Daiwa Tatula elite Brent Ehler

Postby mokujon » Wed May 16, 2018 5:58 pm

I imagine this rod is awesome I have the 7'3" MH Brent Ehler rod and I use it for everything. I'm your average weekend fisherman fishing on a budget. I have my rod paired with a Tatula SV TWS 7.3:1 and I love everything about it. I have 20lb braid with 12lb flouro as a leader.

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Re: Daiwa Tatula elite Brent Ehler

Postby daiwafan » Wed May 16, 2018 6:56 pm

goldrod wrote:
daiwafan wrote:I don't know how I missed this thread before but I have to say that I really love these rods. I have had the first one since before they were officially introduced and liked it so much that I got another. I have the first rod paired with a Steez SV TW with a megabass IS spool. The second I have paired with a Tatula SV. I use these primarily for bottom contact applications for what I call Hillbilly BFS, meaning jigs, tubes, etc, with heads 1/8 to 3/16 ounce.


Do you have this specific model?


Yes I have two 7MMH Ags, a 7-3 MH and a 7 MLin baitcaster and a 7-3 M Howell and a 7-1 Ehrler ags spinning

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Re: Daiwa Tatula elite Brent Ehler

Postby goldrod » Sat May 19, 2018 2:04 pm

I’ve been using the rod with shakey heads and it’s good at that
I’m going to drop shot with it. More on the heavy side
Catch fish not feelings!!

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Re: Daiwa Tatula elite Brent Ehler

Postby goldrod » Fri May 25, 2018 11:21 am

Last notes on this setup.
Took the boat out today for a couple hours. I was fishing in 14-20 feet of water.
1/4 jig and I broke a zoom zdrop bait in half for a trailer. The rod had good sensitivity
And on that small tungsten jig I had many bites. I hooked into a large one. It was a minimum
And after a tug of war he broke me off. I read about that on the particular jig I was using.
I probably should have loosen up the drag. But anyways I went to a 1/16 and 1/8 Texas rig
And slayed fish. I Am very happy and excited to try more things with this rod.
Catch fish not feelings!!


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