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Shakespeare Ugly Stik Tiger Lite Jig Spinning Rods

   

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6'

X Heavy

Line Weight:
80-130 lbs.

Lure Weight:
6 - 10 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
BWSJL220060
  • $69.99

  • SKU: 1643242

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6'6"

Heavy

Line Weight:
50-100 lbs.

Lure Weight:
4 - 7 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
BWSJL220066
  • $69.99

  • SKU: 1643243

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Shakespeare® Ugly Stik Tiger® features exclusive Howald Process™ Triple Built™ blanks feature precise actions for jig and bottom fishing, with added graphite for better sensitivity and increased pulling power. Built tough, with double-footed Fuji® aluminum oxide guides; Alconite® tips; graphite Fuji reel seats; and contoured, easy-to-hold EVA grips. All Ugly Stiks come with the manufacturer's Ugly Back 60-day/5-year limited warranty.

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XH = Extra Heavy
Shakespeare Ugly Stik Tiger Lite Jig Spinning Rods 4.9 5 8 8
Great Rods These Rods are an excellent value. They are extremely sensitive and have the strength to haul in anything you hook. The reason I gave these 4 stars instead of 5 is because the reel seat is too small on it. Neither my Quantum Boca 80 or my Penn Battle 7000 would fit in the reel seat. For a rod designed to handle 100 pound braid I believe the reel seat should be able to accommodate a size 70 or 80 reel. June 28, 2013
Why buy a custom? These rods are very impressive. I have the Tiger LIte Spinning version and am pleasantly surprised. Got it as a spare for my custom built rod and made me wonder why I would buy another custom rod. Very light, Fuji guides, tough as nails, and under $70. My custom is slightly lighter but it also cost 3 times as much....If you want to get into vertical jigging pair this with the 760 Slammer, 65 pound Power Pro and you won't be disappointed. February 21, 2011
Great buy I got the 50-100 pound rod with Okuma Coronado reel spooled with 65# power pro, this was an upgrade over my old tiger rod for saltwater and catfishing. The rod is light and not a single flaw. Well worth $70 and the performance is top notch. I even used it for largemouth once because I left my lite rod at home, cast just as far and not a problem detecting strikes from 2-4 pounders. Have not gone after anything huge yet, 15 pound blue fish this past weekend. Hope to get to virginia to get some striped fishing this next weekend. June 8, 2011
Excellent Rod I bought this rod because I was looking for a heavy action rod that didn't break the bank. When I received it I was surprised at how thin it was and thought to myself this was a mistake. I rigged it up with my Okuma ABF 65 and Powerline 80 lb. and took it for a ride. What a pole! Pulled in ten 5 to 8 lb. catfish and a 15 lb Crevalle Jack. The Jack put up a fight and that's when I found out just how good this pole is. Can't wait to take it to the keys. I give it two thumbs up. March 9, 2013
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Use with 40lbs braid

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Ik it says 50-100 lbs test but could i use 40 lb braid on it with 3-7 oz jigs. Thanks
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Yes, you can use braided line on this rod.

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Yes you could.
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Is it and what does it mean by jigging i'm new to heavy tackle when i hear jigging i think 7' bass tackle and 12 pound line not 100 pound
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yep. all day long.
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Jigging deep salt water for grouper tuna and other reef species will work fine for a 80 lb flat head
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This would Handle flat heads bigger than that if it came to it! And With jigging its basically light weight to be able to work lures to and from the boats Or in your Case Casting heavy sinkers and baits out, with a nice light weight strong rod to bring the catfish in.
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Jigging is usually using heavy braid to "jig" large saltwater fish from wrecks and deep water on metal butterfly jigs. Yes a flathead in the 80 lb range should be no problem on these kinds of rods
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The rods are built very light in weight, with very stiff backbone. The 100# is for braid line rating, so if you vertical jig for large fish in saltwater the rod will be good for that. I use it for bottom fishing mostly because I can hold them all day without getting to heavy, father in law loves trolling with them, and they have allot of pulling power for getting fish up and off the bottom. So if you want a light weight all around rod for big saltwater game give it a shot. Also use mine for catfishing just to give you an idea of how flexible the rods are, for the $$ you won't find anything this tough.
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Finnor 7500, 8500, 9500 or the Penn Spinfisher V 7500, 8500, 9500 or 10500
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Depends what you are fishing for. I have several of these rods in different sizes. I have a Fin Nor offshore 55 on one, and a Okuma Salina 2 size 10000 on another. The rods have a great flex all the way down to the handle. I like a reel with some serious drag. The Okuma has over 50# and the Fin Nor has around 40# of drag pressure.
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Sharks?

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ive herd this is a strong rod, but can it stand up 2 any sharks? nd if so, whts tha maximum size shark that this rod culd bring in?
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 - catonsville, MD
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6' ~150lb., much bigger if you can follow it with a boat
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Well the Heavy action Version would Handle 50 - 100lbs and The Extra Heavy action would Handle 80 - 150 lbs. But You could well pull over a 200 pounder if you let the shark run and wear itself out for a little while.
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Yes.
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It all matters on the fisher mans experience and the way u fight the fish in this case the shark there guys that have fished 600. Pound marlins with 6lbs test line
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Yes and have foam cover
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Yes they do.
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Yes they do.
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Yes, it has an aluminum gimball covered by a plastic cap.
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Yes, I was just checking out these rods for myself yesterday, and every spinning rod I picked up had a gimbal.
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