Take the Daiwa Tatula 7'2" H Freshwater Bass Rod out on your next fishing trip. This bass rod features Daiwa's Super Volume Fiber (SVF) Graphite technology with Bias Graphite fiber construction for flexibility, strength and virtually no blank twist. Custom reel seat and a machined aluminum reel clamp nut. 9 Fuji Alconite ring guides. Split-grip design with EVA foam. Blank-through-handle construction.
Features and Benefits
Bias Graphite fiber construction for strength and flexibility
Split-grip design with EVA foam provides a comfortable hold
9 Fuji Alconite ring guides offer smooth line movement
Custom reel seat and a machined aluminum reel clamp nut
Daiwa's SVF Graphite technology
What's in the Box
Daiwa Tatula 7'2" H Freshwater Bass Rod
Manufacturer warranty - general:
5 years limited
Overall length (ft.):
Line weight (lb.):
12 - 25
Lure weight (oz.):
3/8 - 1-1/2
Number of guides:
Fishing - Species:
Fishing - Water:
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