Shakespeare® Ugly Stik Lite® Inshore Casting Rods

   

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7'

Medium Heavy

Line Weight:
15-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/8 - 1-1/4 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
CAI11701MH

6'6"

Medium

Line Weight:
10-17 lbs.

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

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
A

Model:
1166-1M

7'

Medium

Line Weight:
12-25 lbs.

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

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
B

Model:
CA 1170-1M

Triple Built™ with a graphite core, fiberglass middle layer, and graphite top layer for extra sensitivity. Double-bridged stainless steel guides with polished stainless steel inserts help reduce the abrasion load on your line. Quick taper for throwing larger lures; clear-tip blank; top-grade cork grips; graphite reel seat. All Ugly Stiks come with the "Ugly Back" 60-day/5-year limited warranty.

Action:
ML = Medium Light
M = Medium
MH = Medium Heavy

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Outstanding bang for the buck I use all Ugly Sticks for all my saltwater fishing. Spinning or baitcasting alike. Even though I purchased these rods for flounder, reds, trout and similiar species, sharks up to five feet have taken my bait and gave it a real run for the money. I have yet to have a problem with this product or any Ugly Stick I purchased. This is truly a case where you don't have to spend more to get an excellent product. I would recommend these rods to anyone that wants performance and isn't into having the big name rods to impress people. August 30, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by AMAZING!!! It feels great with a spoon or plug and has the right amount of movement at the tip, but has a amazingly strong backbone!!! February 22, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent rod,can take a beating I fish in saltwater marshes for redfish, flounder, and speckled trout and I'm in a small, flat bottomed boat, with no rod holders, so my rods are piled on top of each other, banged and bounced, to and from the fishing spots, plus I bring several rods and reels with me. You'd be amazed at the size of some of the fish I have landed with these "bass tackle" size rods and I have never broken one. I have UGLY STIKS in all sizes and I have complete faith in them. "Beat 'em with a STIK", I say. November 9, 2006
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Good Porgy Rod?

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I am looking for a good porgy rod for party boat fishing. Would this rod be up to the task? If so, which model?
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Yes this would work as we did catch smaller porgy
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lighting rod would be better , a 6'6" medium action.
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7'6" ML vs 7'ML

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I would like to buy the 7'6" ML casting. I am thinking it will outcast the shorter 7' ML and might be more parabolic fun. I intend to match it with a Daiwa low profile baitcaster. Any owners of the 7'6" ML have any good comments about their rod. Thanks.
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I am sure it would work. I have about 15 or 16 ugly stick poles, but I troll for big Trout all over Calif.
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Hey Fishingfool,
I would put a shimano calcutta 200 B on the rod.
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7'6" rod will be your best option forn all species of fish
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Light is an alternative term for fast - so a medium/lt rod would be faster action than a medium. Faster rods will initially flex / bend closer to the tip giving a more progressive resistance as pull increases. Slow action rods bend along the entire rod length and have a more linear resistance curve.
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