Cody Meyer's Go-To Casting Reel - Major League Fishing
Cody Meyer’s Go-To Casting Reel
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Cody Meyer’s Go-To Casting Reel

October 23, 2020 • Major League Lessons

Daiwa pro Cody Meyer needs a quality reel when competing on the Bass Pro Tour. That’s why he turns to the new Daiwa Tatula Elite reel. In this Major League Lesson, Meyer breaks down what makes the Tatula Elite his go-to casting reel.