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Rod: Two-piece light action 5'6" spinning rod.
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Q:My husband is looking for a 5 foot medium action open reel ugly stik combo is this product what I'm looking for and if not can you please point me in the right direction? ThanksAsked on 4/10/2012 by Anonymous from York, pa
Q:what's the difference between rear and front drag?Asked on 7/11/2009 by Ted from Mpls MN
A:Front drag is adjusted on the spool,rear drag is adjusted at the back of the reel.Answered on 10/26/2009 by crzyal from whitehall,MI
A:Front drag means the adjustment is atop the reel (or 'front' of the reel when holding the rod horizontally). A rear drag reel is adjusted on the bottom (or back) of the reel. It's a matter of preference. I can say only that I've grown accustomed to rear drag. In my humble opinion, is it's more efficient when you must change the drag in a hurry -- depending on what you feel on the other end of the line. I consider this important when using light tackle. I fish mostly for crappie and perch, but I'm in an area where large carp, bowfin and pickerel are not uncommon.Answered on 8/31/2010 by Chris from Va. Beach, VA
A:Nothing really you can just do rear drag quicker.Answered on 5/14/2012 by Buck from TN