Click here to continue 1 / 26 Daiwa’s team of Elite Pros put the prototypes for the all new Tatula 100 to the test leading up to its launch. 2 / 26 Cody Meyer prepping for the day, spooling fresh line onto the all new Tatula 100. 3 / 26 Brent Ehrler was already putting the reel through it’s paces before ever pulling away from the dock. 4 / 26 Seth Feider came prepared for a wide range of applications, matching his Tatula 100 reels to Tatula Elite rods. 5 / 26 Takahiro Omori used his Tatula Elite rod and Tatula 100 as a complement to his finesse Exist/Tatula Elite combo. 6 / 26 Mark Zona joins the pros on the water for a quick strategy session on how to best test the new reels. 7 / 26 Seth Feider prepping his reels in anticipation of the upcoming docks. 8 / 26 Brent Ehrler finding some dry real estate to fish in less than ideal weather conditions. 9 / 26 Ish Monroe showing off the sleek, low profile look of the Tatula 100. 10 / 26 With just a 32mm frame height, the Tatula 100 is comfortable and palmable for all hand sizes. 11 / 26 Set straight out of the box, the Zero Adjustor requires no adjustments. 12 / 26 Ish Monroe bombs a cast for the cameras. 13 / 26 Brent Ehrler took advantage of the 8.1:1 Hyper Speed model to flip and pitch. 14 / 26 Takahiro Omori was out on testing day with some fresh hardware on the front deck. 15 / 26 With the line capacity to accommodate many different styles of fishing, this reel is a perfect match for a versatile angler like Takahiro Omori. 16 / 26 Takahiro working topwater baits early morning. 17 / 26 Flipping light weedless baits into cover is a breeze for Brent Ehrler with the versatility the Zero Adjustor provides. 18 / 26 Ish Monroe testing the effectiveness of the Zero Adjustor, staying backlash-free with ease. 19 / 26 Brent Ehrler taking a closer look at the matte finish. 20 / 26 Aluminum Frame for strength rigidity and smooth performance, but compact enough for finesse applications. 21 / 26 Brent Ehrler enjoying the comfort of the redesigned soft touch handles. 22 / 26 Seth found a perfect match for his Light Topwater/Jerkbait Tatula Elite model rod. 23 / 26 R&D working with Ish, taking notes for final tweaks and improvements before the ICAST launch. 24 / 26 After much deliberation from the Daiwa pros, the final production Tatula 100 is ready. 25 / 26 A clean matte black finish, red accents and tattooed with the Tatula logo. 26 / 26 A featherweight at just 6.9 oz and an extremely compact frame combine to make the Tatula 100 the smallest Tatula ever made. Click here for more.