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Tatula 100 Loose Coils issue with Daiwa J-Fluro 12 Lbs


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Hi all, I got a Tatula 100 a couple months ago and had some FC Sniper on it that I loved and enjoyed. It casted like a dream even if it was a handful to manage sometimes. I recently respooled with some 12 pound Daiwa J Fluro Samurai and had some loose coils no matter how I casted. When I cast it looks fine, and no noticeable backlashy symptoms. I have my brakes on 10, but even when I went up to 12/14 it would still happen. Throwing a 5" Senko along with a 1/8 oz tungsten bullet weight on it. I thought it may have been the spool tension, since I had messed with it a little when I first got the reel unknowingly, but I've since reset it back to roughly where Daiwa recommends it for the whole zero tension thingamajig and I still get some loose coils. I was wondering why this is and looking for a solution if anyone has anything to recommend, maybe I'm not thumbing the reel enough, but previously with sniper at around brake setting 6 and above, I never had this issue and would only need to thumb it at the very end to stop it.  Appreciate any help y'all can give and hope y'all have a great Father's Day!

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