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Shakespeare Ugly Stik Tiger Lite Casting Rods

   

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6'6"

Medium Heavy

Line Weight:
12-30 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/4 - 4 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
BWCL2200 6'6
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7'

Heavy

Line Weight:
14-40 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1 - 5 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
BWCL2200 7'0
  • $64.99

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Shakespeare's® Ugly Stik Tiger® Lite rods feature double-footed Fuji® aluminum oxide guides with stainless steel frames and graphite Fuji® reel seats. Great for jetty and plug fishing. All Ugly Stiks come with the Ugly Back 60-day/5-year limited warranty.
Action:
M = Medium
MH = Medium Heavy
Shakespeare Ugly Stik Tiger Lite Casting Rods 4.6 5 13 13
Great value, fine performance I bought one of these for saltwater kayak fishing, trolling tube and worm for striped bass. Affordable, with the backbone to handle large fish, this rod is working out great so far! Rod weight is not a factor for trolling, tip is sensitive enough to readily detect grass on the tube. 7 foot length perfect for use in a 13"5"" kayak. Only drawback is I had to cut off flared butt end to get it to fit in rod holder, but that is a very minor issue that I expected. I will be sawing off a couple of additional rod butts soon, as I am buying more of these rods to outfit my back-up and lead-core rigs. May 18, 2013
Does the job. Used this rod in SF Bay for stripers & sturgeons to inshore off Nor. Cal. for rockcod. Not sensitive enough for baitfishing, but excels in tossing jigs out in the mid-range depths. Reel seat fits your standard baitcasters, but had my Avet SX pop out while bringing in a large bat ray- rear reel seat's too thin for those all cast alum. reels. December 3, 2009
Ugly Stick Tiger I just bought two of these rods and they perform well on the jetties off of the Gulf coast near Galveston Tx. to Catfishing on Richland Chambers. Very versatile. Light weight but tremendously strong. July 15, 2007
Awesome Rod!!! I purchased 2 of these for catfishing on the Missouri river. These rods handle 3-5 ounces of lead easy and will handle big flatheads with ease. I have an ABU 6500 on both and they are amazing. March 17, 2011
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Rod diameter?

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Hi I own the ugly stick catfish rod but its a bit heavy for my taste would the 6'6 12-30 lbs tiger light be lighter with a smaller diameter?
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I own the 6'9" tiger stik lite casting rod. Weighed on my kitchen scale, it was approx. 10 oz. w/o reel. It's a bit heavier than it appears and less sensitive than you might imagine, but does great for chucking 4-6 oz. jigs out here in the Pacific. It also has a bit of a fast taper to it. I don't own that catfish rod so I can't compare the two.
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striper and blues?

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Is this a good rod for striper and blue fish fishing?
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Providing you match the rod with the reel, line, and lures.
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I just got into muskie fishing and im going to bass pro shops on saturday, my birthday, and im wonder if the serious and recreational muskie anglers would recomend this rod for all types of presentations....if not this rod what would you recomend
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Ugly Stik is a good all around rod and affordable. You need to match the rod to the weight of lures and line you plan to use, regardless of target species. For large or strong fish like Muskies or Stripers in salt water consider a minimum of 7' and go to 7'6" or 8' if possible - these will give best leverage for casting, hook setting and fighting fish.
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I need strong opinions from owners why the 6'9" Tiger Lite or the 7' Tiger Lite is one to own, especially for inshore boat fishing. I want to match it with a Shimano Cardiff. Don't have the funds for both. Thanks.
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I fish more than most people you might now and have a considerable investment in tackle from many makers and both spinning and casting. I suggest you get the 7' rod for sure - the more you fish the more you learn to appreciate longer rods - easier to cast and much better for hook setting and fighting fish.
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Just to poll owners of the Tiger Lite, which size do you have and why did you choose that particular size? Thanks all.
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I have a 7ft and love the castability
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how stiff is this rod

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It is stiff but has tip softness, It is not like the other Ugly Sticks
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As thin as it appears, the rod as a whole is stiffer than I would have guessed. In no way is it a whip, but a workhorse in bringing heavy jigs[6-8oz] from depths of as far down as 150'. In fact, when in waters less than 80', I switch to a lighter rod as the tiger lite seems to dampen the action of the lighter jigs.
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These Tiger lite rods are rated for "medium" and "medium heavy" action - but Shakespeare uses the term "action" to rate what I usually refer to as "power" or the overall stiffness / lifting ability of the rod. The question you ask is what I would usually refer to as action; with terms ranging from fast (whip-like tip) to slow (whole rod bend). The action on these rods is what I would call "fast" - the tip responds quickly, like a whip.
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I have found the lite to be just as strong as the regular just lighter. Make sure you use the proper length and action for the type of fishing you plan to do.
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