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Ugly Stik Freshwater Spinning Rod, 5'10", M, 1 pc.
"Ugly Tuff" EVA grips provide a secure hold
Graphite twist-lock reel seats
Howald Process Double-Built blanks
Clear Tip design for strength and sensitivity
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Product DescriptionUgly Stik Freshwater Spinning Rod
Ugly Stik Freshwater Spinning Rods are constructed with Howald Process Double-Built blanks and Clear Tip design for guaranteed strength and sensitivity. Durable and lightweight "Ugly Tuff" EVA grips provide a secure hold. Spinning models have an EVA insert on top of reel seat for added comfort. Graphite twist-lock reel seats are standard on most models. Black stainless steel guides with aluminum oxide inserts. Ferruless design on two-piece models for the strength and feel of a one-piece rod. Over 40 actions to choose from for all freshwater fishing applications.
• Model: SPL 1100 510
• Length: 5'10"
• Pieces: 1
• Power: Medium
• Line Wt.: 6 - 15 lbs.
• Lure Wt.: 1/8 - 5/8 oz.
• No. Guides: 5 + Tip
• Blank Construction: Howald Process Double-Built
• Handle Material: "Ugly Tuff" EVA
• Handle Number: G
• Guides: Black stainless steel
• Reel Seat: Graphite twist-lock
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Q:What is the difference between H and I in the handle descriptionAsked on 7/31/2010 by Tim from Key West
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