Shakespeare Ugly Stik Catfish Spinning Rod

   

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7'

Med Hvy

Line Weight:
15-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/8 - 3 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
UCSP110170
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1241127

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Shakespeare® Ugly Stik® Catfish Spinning Rods are extremely strong yet sensitive enough to detect the slightest bite. America's favorite rod is built with the unique Howald Process that ensures you'll get years of fish-fighting action from your Ugly Stik. For unmatched strength and sensitivity choose an Ugly Stik. Other features include: Solid glass clear tip, EVA foam handles, blank-through handle construction and aluminum oxide guides. Exclusive 70-day/7-year limited warranty.

Shakespeare Ugly Stik Catfish Spinning Rod 4.8 5 18 18
Good catfish rod So far this rod has worked great. I haven't caught anything too massive on it, but it handled the 1-12 pound blues and channels nicely! It has plenty of backbone, but its still sensitive enough to feel slow, less aggressive bites. April 27, 2010
the best in fishing this fishing pole is super strong and great for reeling the big ones March 27, 2010
Quality rod at an affordable price Flexible enough to cast smaller baits way out there and enough back-bone to set the hook and haul the big ones back to shore. March 22, 2010
Extremely Strong This is one of the strongest poles that i have ever used. It is very thick, but for how thick it is, the pole tip is very sensitive and durable. May 18, 2009
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SKU 1241127, 7 foot Medium Heavy, is rated for lure weight: 3/8 - 3 oz.
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I plan to use 50lb braid, johnson silver minnows (In a larger size..) Kastmasters other such..

Will this setup (Lures rod and line included) be good for this purpose?
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I would say yes it should be ok.
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OK THE ROD IS THE UGLY STICK THE REEL IS WHERE THE LINE RESIDES.....
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The rod is the pole that the reel attaches to. Your reel contains the fishing line and has a handle that you turn to "reel" in your bait. You need both a rod and reel for fishing.
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Of course! Other than blue cats, I've pulled in strings of mackarel with sabiki rigs, flounder, and rays at the pier.
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great for river strippers and carp.
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OF COURSE
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YES , ITS SUPER STRONG
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Ya but it's a little stiff for small fish perfect for 5lbs and up
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I used this rod fishing for Northern Pike in Quebec this passed summer and it performed very well. I would be very comfortable using it for muskies, blues or any other good fighting fish.
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 - New Jersey
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Yes you can use this rod for other fish. I have used this rod for catfish more than any other species, but I have used it for bass, walleye, and muskie too and it works great for all of them.
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i have used this rod for wiper fishing more then once and it did great.....
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