Shakespeare® Ugly Stik Tiger® Lite Jig Casting Rods

   

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5'8"

X Heavy

Line Weight:
80-200 lbs.

Lure Weight:
8 - 14 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
BWCJL220058

5'10"

X Heavy

Line Weight:
80-130 lbs.

Lure Weight:
6 - 10 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
BWCJL2200510

6'3"

Heavy

Line Weight:
50-100 lbs.

Lure Weight:
4 - 7 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
BWCJL220063

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.

Action:
H = Heavy
XH = Extra Heavy

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shakespeare® Ugly Stik Tiger® Lite Jig Casting Rod a great rod and the price is even better. shortness of the rod is very easy to handle on the kayak August 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Value Jigging/Bottom Rods I use these rod for jigging and bottom fishing and for both purposes these can't be beat. especially for the price. One of my fishing partners uses trevelas and these are just as good. In fact I can't tell the difference. If you blindfolded me and had me fish with both I wouldn't be able to tell you which was which. These Ugly Stiks are extremely light and make jigging and bottom fishing for 10+ hours easy on the body. They are sensitive enough to detect bites from 1 pound cod in 250+ feet of water and have the back bone to haul in what ever you can hook onto. June 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tuffer then a hickory switch! I bought the 5'10" 3 years ago and mounted a Penn 320GT with 80lb off braid. Everything was going well until my brother tried to pull the drain stopper out of the Atlantic. After using the "high sticking" method with all his might, the tip broke. He really thought you could make the tip touch the butt. Bass Pro gratefully replaced the rod. Except this time I went for the 5'8" heavier rod. Listen, the flex in this rod is very little. What I would compare it to is like the difference in the ride quality of a family sedan versus a NASCAR ride. This is one tough rod! I've landed many sharks up to 4' and stingrays up to 60lbs. Nobody, but nobody gives you this kind of strength for this kind of $$$. Only 2 things that I see could be improved on, comfort and appearance. As for comfort: softer grips, lighter weight, longer rods with the same ratings. As for appearance: this rod has a very "bland" look to it and the color doesn't help. March 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great rod When I bought this rod I immediately knew I was going to pair it up with an Abu Garcia 6600 C4… It was a great combinations, together I was able to catch a 5'5" 75 pound alligator gar and the rod held pretty good, I can now really depend on this rod when fishing for big fish! i was able to get a good hookset and fight the fish reallly well! I was happy with the rod! July 16, 2012
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I use Shimano Torium 20s as well as Daiwa Saltists 35s and 40s. These rods pair up great with high speed reels in the 15-25 ounce range.
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These rods are very versatile so I have several different reels on them - depending on the type of fishing I am doing. For albacore I use Tyrnos 10, for LingCod a Torium 16 and for Halibut a Diawa Seaborg 750. If we had Wahoo here I would probably use a Tyrnos 20...
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Ugly Stik Tiger rods are versatile rods that can be used with most baitcasting reel, which are better for bottom fishing and jigging. Reels with a closed face and line guide are used for working lighter lures and baits. Open-face reels without a line guide work better for casting or jigging because the line can be let out and retrieved more quickly. I hope this helps. Thanks
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the avets have an unusual reel foot...will it mount on the ugly stick tiger?
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I don't have an SX but my Avet MXJ fits just fine
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11.5 ounces
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the 6'3" heavy tiger lite jigging rod weighs 11.3 ounces
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culd this be used 4 shark fishing? nd if so, whts the maximum size shark this rod can handle?
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Yes it works very well for shark fishing. I've caught sharks up to 4ft and waiting for bigger. I believe this rod would handle anything that I'm big enough to hang on to, and probably more then the strength I would have to land it by myself. You put a reel on it with 30lbs of drag and fight one free handed for 20-30 minutes and you'll see what I'm talking about!
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315 lbs 2 oz as long as it isn't over 12 ft long...
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Yes this rod can be used for shark fishing but I've caught sharks on all types and weight rods. To me it's more about how you handle the fish after it's on than the rod and reel.
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