REBATE Shakespeare® Ugly Stik® Classic Spinning Rod and Reel Combo
A genuine Ugly Stik combined with a quality reel, all at a great low price! 40 size graphite spinning reel with ball bearing, 6'6" 1-piece medium-heavy action Ugly Stik Classic spinning rod with conventional reel seat and double-footed stainless steel guides.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by JeffFlo48 Excellent Combo all around I got this rod and it hasn't disappointed me at all. The first time I used it, the line tangled a lot on my first go around but once I cut about 50 feet off of it it worked perfectly. Once you get past the line tangles (simply cutting excess line), it is an excellent purchase! October 25, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by tylertc ugly stick very good pole. using it for top water baits and musky fishing even though it is a "big water" pole. Probably a bit too big for my 14 ft. fishing boat if I with someone but is just fine in the boat when I am by myself. great price for a combo of this quality. August 8, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by baitmaster316 great action rod bit very poor reel i bought this rod and reel and used it twice and the bail broke and when i tried to fix the bail i found out that the drag had completely stripped out. so i started pulling in my line buy hand and soon realized i still had the fish on and it was about a 12 lbs channel cat i got to catch two fish with this rod and reel combo before it blew up on me. July 18, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by sticks Catfish fishing rod I love this fishing pole. It is capable of handling the big fish. Helps me bring in all types. Caught a 24 inch Carp and 24 inch striper on this pole. Can't be without it. June 9, 2010
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Details:I bought this rod to use as a pier rod. I looked at the shakespeare site and noticed the MH 7' has a lure rating of max 5/8oz. The rod feels much stronger than that. Does anyone have an opinion on max lure weight and if I have wasted my time buying this for a pier rod?
A:The ideal pier rod should be able to bring in a two-pound, wildly flopping fish. Look for a soft tip Rod and is rated for handle 12 to 50-pound test line. One- or two-ounce weights are the norm. Look for a surf rod for Pier Fishing.
Details:a clicker is when theres a bite it makes a clicking noise
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A:First pole I ever owned... It did not have a "clicker" whenever I owned it. The only click noise it makes is when the drag is being pulled on the reel.
A:Yes. You just need to put the right rig on your pole, and it will do what you want it to do.
A:last week i went up to the tennessee river and was fishing for catfish with this rod and i caught EIGHT!!!!!! trout and four largemouth and one catfish and a northern but it can hold pretty much up to an 6-8 pound fish with an ecxeeded amont of line.
A:I haven't caught any yet, but in the places where I fish with this pole there are huge stripers. I am certain that it could handle them. I've hauled up 20 pound carp on it, and I believe it could handle bigger fish like the 30 pound stripers here in our rivers.
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