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Shakespeare® Ugly Stik® Spinning Rod and Reel Combo Kit

   

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A classic Shakespeare® spinning rod combo kit that’s perfect for beginners and experts alike. This combo kit includes a lightweight, graphite composite, two-piece Ugly Stik® that sports a comfortable ''Ugly Tuff'' foam handle and a conventional reel seat, a durable lightweight 30 sized spinning reel filled with high-quality Supreme fishing line and a well matched 64 piece tackle assortment that includes a stringer, bobbers, jigs, weights, hooks and more.

Rated 4 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by not a good chioce the first time i went fishing with this combo, the reel got a terrible jam that wouldnt come undone. i figured not to replace the spool because of the bad quality of the reel. dont waist your money on this, if your looking for a good cheap combo get one from bass pro. but i have to admit that the rod is pretty good but id say could only get a 6 or 7 pounder. March 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good rod Decent reel I found this rod and reel combo in the lake last year and It is my most favorite combo to use! I fish for rainbows almost everyday in the rain, shine, freezing cold and snow or sunny and warm and its my favorite rod and reel. Yes the bail does "catch" sometimes and I have to flip it by hand, but other than that it performs superbly. The action is nice and light so when a bow hits it I can see it easily. I like it so much that I bought another one a few weeks ago. I use a 6# HI-Viz test by Mr. Crappie and it seems to cast a mile. I highly recommend this combo for first time fisherman as well as seasoned fishing vets. And it is absolutely awesome for crappie and white bass as well February 14, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by good rod bad reel this rod is great because its an ugly stik. I go wading all the time in the boise river and once i catch a fish and have to dunk the reel to get the hook out next time i cast i reel in and it stops go's for awhile ruining my chances of landing a fish June 19, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Typical Ugly Stick This is a good rod with a cheap reel on it. I see a lot of negative feedback and I tend to think that these people don't have realistic expectations when it comes to Uglysticks and the reels that come on $25 combos. Ugly stiks are not overly sensitive and they are relatively heavy, the action is a little slow, and the guides aren't top notch. The trade off is that the they are extremely tough rods and they will perform very well for the majority of the fishing that most people do. My daughter has one of these combos, she tends to WALK on her fishing rods quite regularly and this rod doesn't seem to mind, we mostly fish for pike and walleye and this little rod has hauled in some real hogs. When the reel wore out we put a Shimano Sienna on it, now she's got a combo that will most likely take her into adulthood. June 9, 2013
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KInda both. I have felt action from small fray as well as larger rainbows with ease
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light action great for trout
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light, almost ultralight.
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it's a light action rod. There is an ultralight action ugly stik which is 4'6" I believe
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light action but very strong becuase it is an ugly stik
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light action
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Yeah, it is a light rod, but pretty darn tough. I'm gonna spool it for 6# test mono.
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5 foot
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5 /1/2 feet.
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5'0" But Ugly Stiks come in many different lengths.
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5'...i know why so short?
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The rod in this combo is a 2-piece 5' rod.
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the line is a cheap 6# test. It needs to be chainged immediately and I use Mr. Crappie 6# I find it the best
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4 lb line
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seems like 10 lb test.
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Graphite 30 size spinning reel filled with 6 LB. line.
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I think its 4lb test, its really thin. I replaced it with 10lb test and its doing fine.
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either 4 or 6 im guessing
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4 or 6 pounds, Its a great rod. I actually like that its small since im a bank fishameng
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I just bought this rod and could not get it to cast correctly. What could I be doing wrong?
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You need 6# test and about 3/8 ounces of weight
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make sure the line is under the bail of the reel and threaded through each eye of the rod.
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first use your index finger and hold down the line,while you are holding it flick the ring to the other side, then thrush forward while you are doing that let go
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You need to have the reel facing down, flip the bail or use the quick release button while holding the line with your index finger. Pull back and cast the line. Remember to release the line too at the moment your ready to cast. That's pretty much it, it's a bit hard to describe in words. lol
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Make sure the reel is under the rod. Some beginners mistakenly fish spinning gear upside down with the reel above the rod. Also, check the line. If it is twisted or tangled, it will effect the cast.
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