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Shakespeare Ugly Stik Inshore Select Casting Rods

   

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7'

Medium Light

Line Weight:
10-20 lbs.

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

Pieces:
1

Model:
ISCA11701ML
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7'

Medium

Line Weight:
12-25 lbs.

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

Pieces:
1

Model:
ISCA11701M
  • $49.99

  • SKU: 1643253

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Nicely balanced,  Shakespeare® Ugly Stik®  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.

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ML = Medium Light
= Medium
Shakespeare Ugly Stik Inshore Select Casting Rods 4.2 5 13 13
-NEW- Shakespeare Ugly Stik Inshoree select Okay.....Shakespeare has out done themselves this time!!!!!!! I'm a HUGE Ugly Stik fan (you may have read some of my other reviews) on the Ugly Stik 7'6" Striper rods. I have use every concievable rod from ones that cost $150 to a whopping $400. And really when it comes down to it. Them seriously high tech rods BREAK! I'm in the charter business. And Saltwater light tackle fish. My clients most of the time wouldn't know the difference between a $300 rod and a $5.00 rod. But it always matters to me!! I'm 100% "back to Ugly Stiks now. After going full circle. I started with them 13 years ago, then went into all the high dollar high tech rods. But when it comes down to it all. Ugly Stiks WORK! And work hard. Now this Inshore Select is really hitting HIGH marks. I told Shakespeare Customer service that this is going to be a genuine Bench Mark for them. The action, the flex, the toughness. The new grip design......yeah slpit grips maybe a "fad" in rods right now. But For the price these rods have Light tackle Redfish, Trout, and more written all over them. I just got my first 2. And was shocked at the wonderful feel and egronomics of the rods. Live bait and lure fishing.....you bet!! December 3, 2009
small blackfin tuna landed My local tackle shop initially got 2 pieces of the ML model a few months ago. I bought one of them for snapper fishing off Key West, but my best friend had the gumption to hook a small blackfin tuna on it. The graphite rod doubled but did not break, and he landed the fish after 10 minutes of following it in circles around the boat, passing the entire outfit under the anchor line as necessary. The ML rod performed even when pushed beyond reasonable expectations, and the seared tuna was delicious. I went back to the shop to purchase the 2nd rod and had to shoo away another shopper who tried to take it when I set the rod down to find hooks. December 11, 2009
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
nice rod honestly i was a little taken back by this rod,and i say that because i wasn't expecting two types of guides on this rod because online they show double reinforced guides,and yes it has double reinforced guides but only the first five guides are, then it goes to the regular junk guides that i've had nothing but problems with all my other uglystiks.and personally i own 9 different uglystiks all different lenghts and weights,and it seems to me that shakespeare has been useing very poor qaulity guides the last few years! but other than the guide issue this pole is very light,lighter than my uglystik lite and my lightpro models,and the tip of this rod is very sensitive ,u do feel everything. January 1, 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?

Yes i would imagine so
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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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 - Kansas City, MO
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