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Shakespeare® Ugly Stik® Inshore Select Casting Rods

   

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Power Other specs Quantity Price & availability

7'

Medium Light

Line Weight:
10-20 lbs.

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

Pieces:
1

Model:
ISCA11701ML

7'

Medium

Line Weight:
12-25 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 5/8 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
ISCA11701M

Nicely balanced, lightweight rods with even tapers for tossing live bait or artificials, plus the legendary toughness of an Ugly Stik. Howald Process™ Triple Built™ one-piece blanks are fitted with eight genuine Fuji® guidesets and feature ''total touch'' exposed-blank reel seats on casting models. EVA split grips.

Action:
ML = Medium Light
M = Medium

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Strength and Confidence I read a few of the negative reviews and must say that those folks must have received defective stiks. I am running the medium with an Abu Garcia ProMax threaded with 30lb power pro braided, and have used this combo to pull loads of bass out of the Sac river in Southwest Missouri. I even pulled a large log to shore after snagging it with my rapala. I own numerous ugly stiks and have never had one break. I've fished daily for around 16 hours a day throughout mid Michigan and now Missouri from Stockton Lake to Table Rock and Bull Shoals. Ugly Stiks are the ultimate security blanket for my fishing. My only complaint is that they don't make a micro guide version yet....but I'm sure it's coming :-) It would be nice to do away with all the gold and red trim and just do a straight black or white. I plan to pair another one of these up with a Shimano Chronarch in a few days. I've used this one for amazingly accurate pitches where when the fish weren't biting I was practicing my pitching on floating branches in a moving river :-) It's great for flippin, pitchin, skippin, crankin, and even finessing jigs and texas rigs. So sad how all these guys are waisting their money on junk that breaks left and right, like the veritas, carrot sticks, and carbon lites. You can read dozens of people on fishing forums taking it in the rear with return fees and more broken replacements. March 1, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not impressed I bought two of these rods because the Ugly Stik has a reputation for being almost unbreakable. Well both of mine have broken 6" from the tip. All I did was cast a lure with the first one and the tip broke. The second one I just picked it up from the deck of my boat and the tip bumped the side of the boat and broke 6" from the tip. I'm going to return these and hope I get something out of it. April 20, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 worst ugly stik ever I have bought two of these inshore select rods and have been an avid user of ugly stiks and still use the coastal and ugly stik lite and would purchase either of them again. However, both inshore selects that I purchased broke about six inches down the top of the rod, and not on large fish but a 4 pound bass and a 5 pound jack crevalle. I also have a buddy who I fish with at least three times a week and he had one break in the same spot. The rod looks nice but stick to the older ugly stiks they will last and will make your day on the water more pleasurable than frustrated as mine was the other day. February 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product! I do lot's of inshore fishing in South Louisiana and found this to be a great inexpensive rod for specks and reds. Very comfortable after a full day of fishing. August 12, 2011
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Too rigid for bass?

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I want to pair one of these with a Lew's Speed Spool for bass fishing. The lure weight ratings seem appropriate for a variety of bass lures but the heavy line ratings make me think the rod would be too rigid for a lot of techniques. Are they flexible enough to fish bass?
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I flip and skip and crank with the medium version. Going to get a med light just for finessing jigs but this one does an excellent job with that too. I have yet to find any technique that this stik isn't great at. I'm debating just getting another medium cuz the feel is so killer.
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Perfect for bass!!! Its so light, you can fish it all day!!! And will handle any bass you hook!
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Freshwater bass?

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i realize this rod wasn't really built for it but am impressed with the weight & design; i am just curious as to how this rod would handle crankbaits & spinnerbaits up to 3/4 oz?
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I've been running 3/4oz buzzbaits and spinner baits on 30lb pro line braided and I've had no issues what so ever. Great feel and plenty of strength, casting distance is phenominal as well. I'm using the medium version.
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This rod will handle whatever you can handle in bass fishing.
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Would be a little like hunting squirrels with an elephant gun
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Yes this rod handles heavy spinnerbaits very well, but I cant say personally about the crankbaits. Not a big cranker.
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