This is a very stroong and durable rod. Yet it is also quite sensitive and has a good feel. I use it with a 5000 series reel. It is perfect for larger game fish such as tarpon and snook. I have a 6'6" model as well that I use with a smaller 3000 series reel as well. This 7' model really throws a lure a good distance and is long enough to allow for bigger fish to be brought in.
Shakespeare Ugly Stik Intercoastal Spinning Fishing Rod
In stock at San Leandro, 1919 Davis St
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Shakespeare Ugly Stik Intercoastal Spinning Rod:
- Intercoastal Shakespeare Ugly Stik Rod
- Double-footed, chrome-plated stainless steel wire frame guides
- Exclusive "Ugly Back" 70-day/7-year warranty
- Durable and lightweight "Ugly Tuff" EVA grips
- Shakespeare Ugly Stik spinning rod featuring graphite twist-lock reel seats are standard on most models
- Choose from 6'6" medium heavy, 7'0" medium, 7'0" medium heavy, 6'6" medium and 8'6" medium
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84.00 x 2.50 x 1.00 Inches
Great rod for the money
This is my second Ugly Stik. This one is a little longer. Still using the first rod. I really like them. Good sensitivity and light weight. Not a surf rod for 3 once weights but good for a little more distance just off the beach.
A backbone that has exceptional flex
I use my Intercoastal 7' UG for sea trout, Snapper, and other smaller fish, but don't let that fool you...its strong enough to handle slot-sized Reds and most black drum I hook into. The price is right, and it has enough backbone to get a good hook set, and plenty of strength for the fight. Pair this rod with a medium spinning reel, 10-15lb line...and let the fun begin!
Can't be beat for the price. Fuji guides and seat, cork handle. No brainier between this and a $100+ lamiglas.
first time out 3 slot reds no prob plus 3 sheepshead over 16 love it
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