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Shakespeare Ugly Stik Catfish Spincasting Combo

Item # 435651
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Key Features

  • 7' one-piece medium-heavy action rod

  • 50-size spincasting reel

  • Features fixed-line counter

  • Comfortable EVA handles

  • Pre-loaded with 20 lb. line

Our Price   $49.99

Availability: In Stock

  • Additional freight charge of $5.00 applies.
  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
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Product Description
ugly_stik The Ugly Stik Line Counter Series are technique-specific rods geared for trolling and down rod fishing with an innovative pre-mounted, fixed-line counter to take you to the precise depth you want to be. The catfish rod has medium heavy action that makes it great for long casts and fighting big cats. The EVA handles will let you fish all day and night in comfort. Combo includes an Ugly Stik UCSP 1102 7' two-piece, medium-heavy action spincasting rod and a 50-size spincasting reel with ball bearing and pre-loaded with 20 lb. line. Counter features a one-button reset and reeds up to 999 feet.

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Shakespeare Ugly Stik Catfish Spincasting Combo

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By Salv

from waukesha, WI

About Me Casual/Recreational


  • Durable
  • Easy Casting
  • Easy To Transport
  • Flexible
  • Smooth Reeling


    Best Uses

    • Trolling

    Comments about Shakespeare Ugly Stik Catfish Spincasting Combo:

    it is a smooth reeling and flexable rod to make it a good combonation

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