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Shakespeare Ugly Stik Striper Rod

   

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7'

Med Lt

Line Weight:
6-20 lbs.

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

Pieces:
1

Model:
USCA70
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 898259

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7'6"

Med Lt

Line Weight:
6-20 lbs.

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

Pieces:
1

Model:
USCA76
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 898260

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7'

Med Hvy

Line Weight:
12-25 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/8 - 1 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
USCA70MH
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1332134

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Offering the perfect actions for live bait and plug casting, the Shakespeare® Ugly Stik® Striper Rods are built using the Howald Process™ which combines graphite and fiberglass to create super-strong yet ultra-sensitive rods. The Striper Rods' quick-taper Clear Tip® won't let fish feel resistance when taking the bait and their blank-through-handle design maximizes sensitivity allowing anglers to feel what the fish don't. Guides feature stainless-steel frames and aluminum oxide inserts to withstand the rigors of saltwater. Durable EVA handles provide all-day casting and fish-fighting comfort.

  • Quick-taper Clear TipQuick-taper Clear Tip design
  • Blank-through-handle construction
  • Guides have stainless-steel frames and aluminum oxide inserts
  • Comfortable EVA handles
Shakespeare Ugly Stik Striper Rod 4.7 5 18 18
Ugly stick striper rod Best rod in my arsenal. Took it to the Lower Illinois river 5 days after I got it. Great rod on small fish and for large fish. Priced low and you get the best. I'm buying 2 more. June 23, 2014
Great Fishing Pole I love this fishing rod! I have three of them and use them for downrigger rods on Lake Michigan. This pole can with stand the abuse that big kings throw at it. I would recommend this fishing rod to anyone. June 19, 2013
execellent rod The rods got a nice backbone to it, it's an uglystick so durability is included. The tip is on the flimsier side for a medium/heavy rod, so when u reel in just your bait. it arches real easily. Other then that the rod will hold up against 15 to 20 lb stripers still. Nice rod and an absorbing tip to it. February 26, 2013
Good value I used the shorter stiff rods all last year and loved them for trolling. You can feel the fish pretty well with them and they are well made. When I'm shoving them in my rod box and snag the eyes on the tubes, there is no danger of breaking an eye. Very sturdy. I just bought some of the longer medium soft rods and I look forward to trying those as well. I use lighter tackle and rods with more feel for still fishing, but for rugged trolling conditions these are the ticket for me. Paired them up with some Okuma line counters and have no complaints. January 19, 2013
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For big stripers

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can this rod handle a 50+ pound striper
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I have personally caught 30+ lbers with this rod without an issue.
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The 7' MH should handle the 50# striper.
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Going to fish stripers for first time this year and have no idea what I need, I will be downlining in Norris resevoire . Any info would be great
2 years, 9 months ago
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I use the 7' model. The med action works well. I'caught many Stripers and Blues on these. The reel I use is a Penn bait runner, cause sometimes we use bunker chunks or liveliness. The second drag on the rear of this reel is fantastic.
2 years, 6 months ago
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for downlining stripers, a lot of striper guys and i use heavy action ugly stik striper rods with either abu garcia 6500's or shimano 6000's. you want a big round reel with a good drag that'll hold lots of 20 or 40 lb line.

also for downlining, use 3 oz slinding weights, 2' to 3' of fluorocarbon leader of the same lb test, and 3/0 or 4/0 gamakatsu circle hooks depending on the size of the bait!
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1. whitch rod is best for 50lb braid
2. can these be used for bottom fishing cod
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Any Medium to medium heavy Ugly Stik would be good w/ 50 pound Braid.
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Go to the Shakespeare "Catfish rods", I use 50# braid with those for Giant Redfish bottom fishing, rather than the striper rods that are lighter action.

Same rods, just the catfish models are heavier.
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I am deciding whether to get this rod or the catfish rod. I plan to use it for fresh and saltwater and would like to throw 2 oz. if at all possible.
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don't get the catfish one, get the striper rod! the striper rod has heavier duty guides!
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I'm not crazy about this rods action at all. If you prefer a stiff rod that can horse fish, get the catfish model. Its heavier, but I prefer it to the striper rod.
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two ounces is a little too much,these rods are very whippy(parobolic) an ounce at the most.
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This Rod would be good.
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Best Reel?

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I originally bought the BPS CatMaxx reel, so I could string up some 20lb braided...but it doesn't fit on this pole?!?

Which reels would work on this pole and support 20lb test?
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abu garcia 6000's or shimano 6000's.
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i'm an avid striper fisherman and i can say that majority of people on lake hartwell, murry,clarks hill, and sante cooper, all rig these with abu gacia 6500 C3's. you can use up to 25 lb mono,it has a bait clicker, and still has a low enough gear ratio to winch in a 40 lb fish.
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I bought an EXTREME 40 for my Striper rod and it performs very well. I use 30lb power pro on the reel. I get long smooth casts and great feel !
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Check out a Penn 9m or 209. I have an old 109 on a regular ugly stick and it works great.
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I would think so, works great for stripers on the Ca delta, and I have caught a few cat's with it as well, good backbone and a nible tip, easy to read bites on the bottom, hope this helps.
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If they're good for Redfish/ Cobia/ Black Drum in deep swift saltwater, they're good for kitty-cats.

I have 8 of them and use them daily
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glass rod
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Ugly Sticks are designed using the Howald Process which combines graphite and fiberglass.
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