Tackle Warehouse Double Down: Cody Meyer shows two baits he fishes on the new Daiwa Tatula Elite 7-3 - Major League Fishing
Tackle Warehouse Double Down: Cody Meyer shows two baits he fishes on the new Daiwa Tatula Elite 7-3
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Tackle Warehouse Double Down: Cody Meyer shows two baits he fishes on the new Daiwa Tatula Elite 7-3

July 1, 2023 • Major League Lessons

Daiwa has a new rod on the market, and Cody Meyer has two baits that pair perfectly with it. Designed by Brent Ehrler, the Daiwa Tatula Elite 7-3 is a great match for the Evergreen LoudBuzz Buzzbait and the Evergreen Grass Ripper Swim Jig. The LoudBuzz allows you to fish slowly while still keeping the bait in the strike zone with straight tracking and a good hookup ratio. Meanwhile, the Grass Ripper has a lot of rocking action with the perfect weed guard and hook that fits multiple styles.