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Shakespeare Ugly Stik Line Counter Casting Rod, 7'

Item # 435894
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Key Features

  • Geared for trolling and down-rod fishing

  • Pre-mounted, fixed line counter

  • Ugly Stik Clear Tip design


Our Price   $49.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
ugly_stik This rod, part of the Ugly Stik Line Counter Series, is technique-specific and geared for trolling and down-rod fishing. Actions are perfectly matched for striper, catfish, walleye, salmon, lake trout, and muskie fishing. Features an innovative, pre-mounted, fixed line counter to take you to the precise depth you want. Clear Tip design. This 1-piece, 7' rod features medium-heavy action, 10 - 25-lb. line weight, and 3/8 - 1-oz. lure weight. 7 + tip guides.
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Specifications
Model # USLC 70MH
Length 7'0"
Number of Pieces 1
Power Medium Heavy
Line Weight 10 - 25 lbs.
Lure Weight 3/8 - 1 oz.
Blank Construction Howald Process Double-Built
Handle Material EVA
Reel Seat Graphite
Guides Stainless Steel/Aluminum Oxide
Number of Guides 7
Recommended Technique Casting

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