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How does the Daiwa Tatula 100 compare to the Curado 70?

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I was dead set on getting a new Curado 71HG to pair with my IMX pro 853c for a light Texas rig setup until I ran across a pretty good deal on a new Tatula 100.

 

How does it compare? It's a little heavier but don't think that will be noticeable. Is it worth saving ~$50 by going with the Tatula?

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The Tatula will feel chunkier on many rods.

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The 71 weighs 6.5 ounce and the Tatula is 6.9. I doubt you will notice the difference.  

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The both good in my opinion, how light are you going for? If 1/8 weight I think it better to go with Daiwa. Curado 71 need time (a lot of time) to dial in especially with light lure, but once you dial in there is nothing beat curado 70 in same price range.

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The Tatula CT Ray's DIY spools also fit the Tatula 100.  The long cast spool is 11 -12 grams but is $50 on Ebay and $35 on Aliexpress.  It eats up thr price difference between the two.

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I can throw a 1/10 oz Ned on my Curado 70 effortlessly.  No experience with the Tatula. Good luck.

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  Above 3/8 oz, I see no difference, or so little as to be unimportant. Below 3/8 oz, the Curado wins hands down.  jj

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