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7'6"

Ultra Light

Line Weight:
4-8 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 1/2 oz.

Pieces:
2

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Model:
MLS76ULS-2
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5'

Ultra Light

Line Weight:
2-6 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 3/8 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
MLS50ULS
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5'6"

Ultra Light

Line Weight:
2-6 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 3/8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
MLS56ULS-2
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6'

Ultra Light

Line Weight:
2-6 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 3/8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
MLS60ULS-2
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6'6"

Ultra Light

Line Weight:
2-6 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/16 - 3/8 oz.

Pieces:
2

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
MLS66ULS-2
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Advanced technology in a lightweight rod built for chasing panfish and trout. Bonded high-density tubular glass construction has just the right amount of flex for tossing light baits, and enough muscle to tame a bull gill heading for the brush. Outfitted with smooth ceramic guides, a comfortable cushioned cork handle, aluminum reel seats, plus a handy hook keeper on every model.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 102 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Micro-Lite Glass Spinning Rod I now own three of these rods. I feel the old school glass rod is by far the best spoon-spinner rod ever built. We fish numerous high lakes in the Elkhorn Mts. of Eastern Oregon. I couple these rods with 2 to 4 lb. test mono. We fish many different small lures. The glass rod with it's full length rod flex allows for lighter line and higher percentage of actual catches. I rely on Bass Pro for their excellent and very honest service. I have been a satisfied customer for about 30 years. June 12, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Weak I bought this because of the low price. Way to "floppy" and "bendy" though. Going back to graphite. June 11, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Ultra-lite Rod I've been looking for an ultralite to use with micro cranks and other small lures. For twenty bucks, I thought I'd give this one a try and I'm very glad I did. It cast very small crank baits quite a distance with an ultra-lite reel and 4# test. Wonder what it will do with 2# test? Very good product at a very reasonable price. May 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by VERY Pleasant Surprise I bought the 6' model because I wanted to try a glass rod. I really didn't know what to expect for $20. I have fished it a few times now, and it is the rod I pick up first when I head out. YES, it's "whippy". It's supposed to be. It's also sensitive and once you figure out the proper adjustment to your casting motion, you can really launch small to tiny lures. I paired it with a Pflueger GX-7. The reel foot just slides in under the rings, and I can see how this could be an issue for some folks. But the Pflueger works out ok. I've caught bluegills, longear sunfish, redear sunfish, (shellcrackers) and rainbow trout with it and it is a hoot. All fish put a big bend in this rod and a smile on your face. Try this rod! As long as you have no issues with attaching a reel, you'll have a great time fishing for a very reasonable price. PS, Bass Pro, if you're listening, how about a fly rod built on this blank? May 10, 2014
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if flatlining refers to horsin' 'em in, then no. this is a buggy whip rod, used with light line. fun to play out panfish with. but, you'll need some patience to land the occasional bass.
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No go with the Gloomis
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Is this rod good for casting and shooting crappie jigs all answers appreciated thanks
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Yes, i would recommend the 7'6 length
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I have the 7'6" version, it will cast even light jigs very well. For shooting docks and low hanging branches I haven't had much luck. The rod tip is so "whippy" I have a hard time hitting my spots. I have a graphite rod that I like shooting with much better.
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Heck yes! I cast a 1/16 ounce jig head as far as I cast a crankbait with my baitcasters!! I plan on killing crappie with this rod!!
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I have had success casting and shooting jigs with this rod.
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these are some flimsy rods, so UL jigs in 1/32 - 1/6 oz. are the norm. also, don't be afraid to spool some 2# test on your UL set up for a real casting advantage. just set the drag a little looser so you can play the fish.
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I like to catch trout using powerbait but if you let the fish eat it then i dies so you have to set the hook when you feel the first tug, so I am hoping this rod is capable of setting the hook well in a situation like this
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The rod has enough backbone for me to get solid hooksets in 2-3 lb bass, you should be fine if you pay attention
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It's very strong and durable. You'll have no problem setting 3-4+ pound Trout with this rod.
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have had no trouble setting the hook using dough balls. With wacky rigged worms I give the bass a few seconds, the hook hits deeper in the mouth but not in the throat.
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My wife had no trouble setting the hook on trout, but we were using nightcrawlers. A few did swallow the hook but others were lip hooked just like you want. These trout were caught in very fast 4-10 ft. deep water so it is sometimes hard to tell when you have a bite so how they are hooked may depend on that as much as the rod used.

I also have a 7' ultralight Shakespeare rod that has an even lighter tip and I hook trout the same way, some in the lip and some deeper. I don't think you can control where you hook them in some cases.
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rod is super light, use a small size 14 or 16 single hook, better challenge and you'll quit killing fish.
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No issues setting the hook on this rod.
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what action are these rods?

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slow, moderate, fast
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The one-piece 5' rod is slow action
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This is NOT a fast action rod. It's is best described as medium slow to parabolic.

Graphite = fast-ish; Glass = slow-ish.
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It's a fast action rod.
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fast
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VERY fast. I really enjoy the play in the rod but others may not like it.
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I've got an Abu Garcia Cardinal 100UI. Will it fit on this rod?
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Yes, if not contact your local bass pro shops and they will help you find the right reel.
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Yes, thats what i use.
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I also have the light Abu Garcia Cardinal 101 and it really works well and I have put Plueger GX7 and that also works great with the additional rods that I have purchased
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Yes. Should be fine, but it would help to know which model you're looking at.
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Just get a new one
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Replacement sections are not available for these rods.
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Yes, i have caught a 3 lb bass in a kayak with this rod, with 4lb test mono. Line is more important than the rod holding up. Playing the fish smart is the hard part.
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dont know and definetly not.
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I do not know the material specs, but just yesterday I COMFORTABLY landed a 6lb bass on my 6 foot 2 piece. I know I can handle bigger on it as well. This was shore fishing just so you know.
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Absolutely no problem I have caught 7lb trout with mine for the price you have to try one the glass is perfect
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Fiberglass, I'm pretty certain
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I have no doubts it could easily handle a 5lb Bass! I Landed a Carp on it that easily went 25lbs on 6 pound test using an ice reel while chub fishing this last spring!
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I don't know what kind of fiberglass the rod is made of but it should easily handle a 5 pound bass if I can handle a 15 pound carp with it
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is a light rod, i don't recomended for a heavy fish butt with a good quallity size 10 reel and 6# test line if u really know how to use the drag u will get a 5# out of the water .
is a solid fiber glass rod, is very flexible ( no esy to set the hook on a big fish )
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it's made of a type of fiberglass called E-glass. The longer rods can handle bigger bass and cats better than the short ones. I've caught a 5lb bass on the 7'6" model with 4lb test. All bets are off if there are thick weedbeds and/or timber in the area. The shorter rods can't put as much leverage on larger fish. And the longer rods still make medium sized bluegills feel like runaway trains. You won't be dissapointed in this rod as long as you realize it's a glass rod and not a graphite rod. It's not very sensitive, but it is the best rod for small hardbaits (cranks and topaters) with trebles.
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targeting 3-10 pound largemouth
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it worked great on mine
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Yes you can, although it will reduce the lifespan of the guides, but you have to fish ALOT with the rod.
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first, its a rod not a person and this thing can barely handle a 2 pound bass so yes you can but its pointless
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I've never had any luck with braided line on an ultra light reel.
This rod would be good for small bass, but you might heve trouble landing a big 5-10 pounder
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I would not suggest it. The soft tip would make it hard to set a hook in a fish that size.
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Have used 20 pound Power Pro and have seen nothing negative as far as wear.
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When finesse fishing Smallmouth bass I put 10lb braid with a 6lb mono leader on the 7’6 rod. I had no problems.
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I use Stren Sonicbraid 8# (claimed 1# test diameter).

I have not had any problems.
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i wouldn't think so. these are basically panfishing rods. light line (2-6#) and small tackle.
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That is ideal for a trout rod in our part of the country, where we fish alot of streams, I perfer this rod over a fly rod.
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I have yet to catch any large lake trout with this rod (because I have yet to try). But the stream trout seem to come in on it just as nicely as 6lb+ bass do so I do not know why it would not make a good rod for you.
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Yes I fish with a 6ft model for shorter casting & the 7.5 for longer casting & both have the best action so your6.6 is a excellant choice
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The rod length all depends on where you fish. If you are like me, fishing narrow mountain streams with heavy foilage on either bank, the shorter the better. I use a 5'-5'6". But if you are in a wide open stream or lake, a 6'6" would benefit you. The longer the rod, the more precise your cast will be.
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Yes, I trout fish once or twice a year and I think this would be a good rod for trout.
You might have trouble with really light weight flies, but weighted lures should be able to be cast easily.
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It would be a fun fight I use a ultra light with 6lbs test for trout here in Pa.
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Yes I think it would depending on the trout you are targeting. I have the 5'6 version and absolutely love it for bush whackin for Brookies.
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from my description i would never go to a streem with it but if they were in a small pond
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Yep. The trout do not care how long your rod is. The right place, right time, right bait and a can pole will do.
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how many eyes on the rod

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I am looking for a rod with at least 6 eyelets more if available. also i want it to be light to ultra light; and not cost a fortune. Up to $35.00 or so.
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This one has lots, it depends on the length as well, my 6'6 does
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6 on the 6ft rods & 7 on the 7.5 rods these rods cost $19.99 they are unbelievable I like the lightest most flexible rods this the ones
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The 5ft version has 5. Not sure about the others.
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mine is a 5' 6" and has 5 eyes .
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For what your looking for, this is the rod you want!
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The 7'6" rod is as ultralight as you can get. It does have at least 6 eyelets. The price is very awesome! If you're mainly buying it to fish panfish, and the occasional larger catch like an accidental LM bass, you can't go wrong with the UL model. If most of what you're looking to catch is bluegills, sunnies, crappies and perch, this is an excellent rod.
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I have a 7'6 rod that has 7 eyelets and I am very happy with it!
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