Randy Howell's Daiwa Tatula Elite Spinning Rod Setup for Power Fishing - Major League Fishing
Randy Howell’s Daiwa Tatula Elite Spinning Rod Setup for Power Fishing
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Randy Howell’s Daiwa Tatula Elite Spinning Rod Setup for Power Fishing

January 19, 2021 • Major League Lessons

If you’ve ever had trouble with backlashing a baitcasting reel, Daiwa pro Randy Howell has a solution—the Daiwa Tatula Elite 7-foot-1 Power Spin rod. Watch Howell detail why this unique spinning rod is great for power techniques and heavy-cover baits.