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Shakespeare® Ugly Stik® Inshore Select Spinning Rods

   

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7'

Medium Light

Line Weight:
6-15 lbs.

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

Pieces:
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Model:
ISSP11701ML
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7'

Medium

Line Weight:
8-20 lbs.

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

Pieces:
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Model:
ISSP11701M
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7'6"

Medium

Line Weight:
8-20 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 3/4 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
ISSP11761M
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7'6"

Medium Heavy

Line Weight:
10-25 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/8 - 1 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
ISSP11761MH
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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™ blanks are fitted with genuine Fuji® guidesets. EVA split grips.

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ML = Medium Light
M = Medium
MH = Medium Heavy

Shakespeare® Ugly Stik® Inshore Select Spinning Rods 4.7 5 32 32
Awesome! These rods wear the big Snook and Reds out! They cast like a champ and are extra durable for the salt. If you are an avid inshore angler, you wont find a better rod than these. June 8, 2014
Ugly Stik is Awesome I own several saltwater rods and reels. I own Penn Spinfisher SSV 6500 spinning reel and it is on the Ugly Stik Tiger 10 to 50lb spinning rod. I also own the Penn Battle 6000 spinning rod/reel combo. These two rods/reels are comparable. Next I own the Penn Spinfisher SSV 4500 spinning reel and it is on the Ugly Stik Inshore Select 8 to 20lb spinning rod. I also the Penn Battle 4000 spinning rod/reel combo. These two rods/reels are comparable. Both of my Ugly Sticks are far more sensitive rods than any other rods I have used on the water or flexed in the store. The subject of this review, the Ugly Stik Inshore Select spinning rod, is an excellent rod. It has tremendous sensitivity, yet it is rated for 20 lbs. That is great for Galveston Bay redfish and trout. This is the best medium action rod on the market for 20lb+ fish. It costs more than the combo, but you can unquestionably feel the difference. October 18, 2013
Fantastic! I bought this rod, 7' Medium, for my girlfriend as an all around fishing rod. I paired it with a 4000 size reel and 10lb braid. This rod has caught largemouth bass, a 9 lb flathead catfish, and most recently a 10 lb snook. Now I'm buying two for myself, the 7' Medium Light and 7'6"Medium Heavy. June 12, 2013
Only 1/2 Ugly This is a good rod for inshore and throwing popping corks, but it is not like traditional ugly stik in that only the top half of the rod is made of uglystik material and the lower half is just a regular rod. Not a bad rod just be aware that it can't bend like a traditional ugly stik. May 22, 2013
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7 guides + tip
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The Ugly Stik Inshore Select Spinning rod 7' has 7 guides + Tip.
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I own the Ugly Stik Inshore Select 8-20lb spinning rod using the Penn Spinfisher SSV 4500. I also own the Penn Battle 4000 spinning rod/reel combo. The Ugly Stik is a much more sensitive rod than the one in the combo. You will pay more and get more when you buy the Ugly Stik Inshore Select.
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the action is relatively stiff and can handle bigger baits and live bait easily. the tip is soft and you will be able to feel the softest of bites. rod is light but can handle big fish.
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The medium light is the lightest of this model but serves perfectly for flounder, redfish, blus and spanish.
The medium action works well on larger drum and has landed 15-20 pound sharks for us.
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I put the Penn Spinfisher SSV 6500 reel on the Ugly Stik Tiger 10 to 50lb rod. Works great. I put the Penn Spinfisher SSV 4500 on the Ugly Stick Inshore Select 8 to 20 lb rod. For you, with the Penn 5000, I would go with the Ugly Stik Tiger 10 to 50 lb rod.
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I would go with a BPS extreme
I have one with a Garcia 6000 and is great for when I am sitting in the boat with a line out bottom fishing
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reel wont fit snug

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Got a penn battle 5000 paired with the inshore select and cAnt get the reel in the seat..is the 5000 to big for this rod??? Help please
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I can only say that the Penn Spinfisher SSV 6500 goes well on Ugly Stik Tiger 10 to 50 lb rod, 7 feet long.
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My Penn battle 3000 fits fine but I have heard similar complaints about larger seat reels.
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is this rod for me???

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Looking to purchase a rod to match up with a penn battle 5000. i will be doing mostly surf fishing and other places along shore, could end up goin into open water with it. thinking of spooling 20lb braid and a 30lb mono leader..also do you suggest backing before the braid?

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I paired the Penn Spinfisher SSV 6500 with the Ugly Stik Tiger 10 to 50lb rod, 7ft.

I paired the Penn Spinfisher SSV 4500 with the Ugly Stik Inshore Select 8 to 20lb rod, 7ft.

I would pair the Penn 5000 with the Ugly Stik Tiger 10 to 50lb rod, 7ft.

If you are fishing for sharks in the surf, use 30-50 lb braid with steel leader. If you are fishing for big reds, use 20-30 lb braid and 30-40 leader.
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No backing needed.
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how would this rod do fishing off a pier with a drop of say 15ft ,will it allow me to bring a 30inch striper up with out breaking
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I own the 8-20lb Ugly Stik Inshore Select spinning rod. No, I don't think the rod will pull up a 30" striper 15' onto a pier. However, if you put all of the weight on strong braid fishing line #no weight on rod, no flex in rod# then you will probably be ok.
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The medium light would not be a good candidate for this, the medium heavy could do it.
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It definately would..was fishing a couple of weeks ago and hooked something really big..rod was bent almost double..no problem for this Stik! I have since purchased two more, You cant beat the warranty and quality of this rod!
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no, you would need a bridge net.
I have used this rod and it is not a lifting rod especially for 30in stripers.
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what size reel goes good with the 7.6 mh,im going to match it with a penn battle 6000, would this rod ,reel combo be ok
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For the Penn Battle 6000, buy the Ugly Stik Tiger 10 to 50lb spinning rod. Outstanding pair.
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The reel seat clearance is the draw back to these rods, check with the reel you intend to use before buying.
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The rod will handle that reel but it will be alittle heavy. I was using a pflueger presidente with my rod, 7.6 mh, for stripers off a boat down near the gas docks (calvert cliffs) on the Chesapeake. If you're gonna be casting alot try to keep with a smaller reel to lesson the strain it puts on your arms. You can just load the reels up with braid if you are worried about lb test/yds
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The Penn Battle 6000 would work well with the 7'6" MH rod.
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What length are these rods?

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I fish redfish and trout. Will this rod be a good rod? I am looking at the mediun and medium heavy inshore select rods.
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How big of a redfish / trout do you usually catch? If it is greater than 20 lbs, then don't buy the Ugly Stik Inshore Select. If you normally catch fish greater than 20 lbs then go with the Ugly Stik Tiger. If your fish are usually 25lbs and smaller, then go with the Ugly Stik Inshore Select. It also depends on the reel you own.
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The medium light has landed 22-23" trout and redfish without issue.
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It will definately handle Redfish as I have already caught some ... have the 7 foot med. and just received a 7 foot 6 med. heavy. I have swapped over some of my more expensive reels to these rods because I like them so much.You will be happy with either one.
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The rods are 7' and 7'6"
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The Bass Pro Shop website does not list the available lengths of these rods. Can anyone tell me what lengths these rods come in?
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I know 7' and 7' 6" because I have both.
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The rods are 7' and 7'6"
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I paired the Penn Spinfisher SSV 6500 with the Ugly Stik Tiger 10 to 50lb rod, 7 ft. Works great.

I paired the Penn Spinfisher SSV 4500 with the Ugly Stik Inshore Select 8 to 20lb rod, 7ft. works great.

I would pair the Penn 5000 reel with the Ugly Stik Tiger 10 to 50lb rod, 7ft. I think you'll be happy taking it anywhere.
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4000 would be better.
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