Shakespeare® Ugly Stik® Big Water Stand-Up Rods

   

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6'

Heavy

Line Weight:
30-80 lbs.

Lure Weight:
2 - 18 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
BWSU113080
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  • SKU: 509055

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5'6"

X Heavy

Line Weight:
50-130 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3 - 12 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
BWSU1150130
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  • SKU: 509059

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Exclusive Shakespeare® Howald Process™ construction incorporates an inner spiral of graphite for superior hoop strength, covered by an outer layer of glass fibers for even flex distribution. Fuji® graphite-reinforced reel seats with stainless steel hoods and blank-thru-handle construction; AFTCO® HD heavy-duty roller guides; exclusive Clear Tip® (clear, solid fiberglass tip), the strongest, most sensitive tip to top off a rod (on some models the tip is painted over). All Ugly Stiks come with the Ugly Back 60-day/5-year limited warranty.

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H = Heavy
XH = Extra Heavy

Shakespeare® Ugly Stik® Big Water Stand-Up Rods 4.7 5 7 7
EVERYTHING YOU NEED!!! I use mine for lake trout in deep fresh water with wire line. This rod is far more than I will ever need, but I know it will handle anything I can throw at it!!! I own 19 ugly stik"s and this one is the most beautiful one of them all!!! July 13, 2013
Good value standup rod Was very impressed to see all top quality components on this rod, aftco aluminum reel seats & roller guides, the 5'6" model has a rock solid backbone for hoisting up heavy big game. It is a heavy rod but this should be expected of a 130# class rod. I use a penn international 50vw on mine for now, 60# mono with a top shot of 100# mono depending on the situation and what I am going to fish for. The all roller guides let the loop to loop connections sail right through the guides with no chance of getting hung up and plenty of clearance even if you have large knots. Rollers do need some looking after with heavy saltwater spray, but a little wd-40 makes aftercare quick and easy with no tools needed. The reel seat does also tend to work itself loose if trolling for a long time, so for safety make sure it is tight before each trip and should be fine. Comparable to the Penn tuna stick's in all components, but this rod just looks awesome with black blank and the gold wrapping of the silver HD rollers. Paired with a good fighting belt and harness there ain't much this rod can't do. June 11, 2012
Big Water Rods I am very impressed with this Big Water rod from Shakespeare. I would class it with rods that cost two times as much or more. Excellent quality rod, excellent quality rollers. I definitely recommend it for anyone looking to do some big water fishing! Good luck! July 1, 2010
GREAT VALUE I use this rod with a Penn 114 senator reel and it works well for me. When I go off shore I want to have enough power when the larger fish strike. I will over power most of the 20 - 30 lb. fish that is a common hook up but when the larger bulls and Wahoo get on, I have confidence in landing them with this rod. I currently own four and have not had any problems. March 15, 2010
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Can it cast?

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I need a super strong rod such as this but I also need to cast about twenty yards can I do this with the 5'6 version. I use big baits with a 2 oz pyramid sinker
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Longer rods cast farther, while shorter rods provide more power for fighting fish. Also, The total amount of line guides on a rod are a important feature as well, the higher amount of guides the better, as they ensure distance on the cast, and when fighting a fish the energy/ stress on the rod is dispersed though out the entire rod blank.

•Practice until you can cast with a smooth motion. Let the rod do the work and don't try to cast it hard.
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Can it hold up?

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I am going to be fishing for stingrays that can potentially reach 200 pounds and I want a rod that can handle that. Stingray battles are brutal tug of wars and they glue themselves to the bottom. can the xh 5'6 version of this cope with this?
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You never know what size the stingray you hook might be, so the best all round outfit is a fairly powerful 4-6oz for Stand-up Rods between 12ft 6ins and 13ft 6ins. Look for a stand-up or boat rod with roller guides. Thank you!
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The line is inserted between the rollers.
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This is s good tuna jigging stick so I'm assuming that you are asking about the heavier rod. You would want a substantial conventional reel, size 30 or bigger with heavier line (60 - 100 lb) for targeting pelagics.

A basic star drag reel like the the Penn Senator would work but I like the Daiwa Saltist because it is light weight. If you favor a 2-speed lever drag system, the Avet EX and Shimano Tiagra are my favorites but these are quite a bit heavier.
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