Shakespeare® Ugly Stik® Big Water Spinning Rods
Built to handle the challenges big water presents, the Ugly Stick Big Water Spinning Rods feature Shakespeare's exclusive Howald Process™ construction which incorporates an inner spiral of graphite for superior hoop strength, covered by an outer layer of glass fibers for even flex distribution. Ugly Stick Big Water Rods are outfitted with Fuji® double footed stainless steel guides with aluminum oxide inserts, Fuji graphite-reinforced reel seats with stainless steel hoods and blank-thru-handle construction for maximum strength and sensitivity. Complete with the exclusive Ugly Stick Clear Tip® (clear, solid fiberglass tip, painted over on some models), the strongest, most sensitive tip to top off a rod. All Ugly Stiks come with the "Ugly Back" 60-day/5-year limited warranty.
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It depends on what you mean by "inexpensive". For a real good quality, nice looking reel for that rod that will last a long time, resist corrosion well, cast well with mono or braid, that has a good drag & cost less than $100.00 I recommend a Penn Sargus 5000 or 6000. Any reel cheaper than $80-$100 you won't be happy with for very long, it'll give you problems.
My favorite line for the past 10 yrs is Power Pro braided line, but be careful, it can cut you bad it you try to hold it tight & it slides through your hand.
good choice I have much respect for these rods and their reels
get a 6 foot 6 it is a comfortable and multipurpose length than get a
medium M-for freshwater
or MH medium-heavy for saltwater
depending on which yuoll be fishing more
get the ugl stik regular spinning rod or ugly stik lite spinning rod
the reel I highly highly recommened the pflueger gx-7 reel for freshwater get the right size reel
and it comes with an extra spool
or for saltwater just get an ugly stik combo
hopefully i have helped