Ugly Stik Inshore Select Casting Rods

Ugly Stik Inshore Select Casting Rods

Conquer the flats with legendary Ugly Stik dependability and value!

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Model
TD Code
TypeLengthPowerLine WeightLure WeightGuidesPrice
USISCA701ML
SHA-0325
Casting7'
1 pc
Medium Light10-20lb1/8-1/2oz9$59.95 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
USISCA701M
SHA-0326
Casting7'
1 pc
Medium12-25lb1/4-5/8oz9$59.95 USD
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Oversize Packaging Required
With design features specifically geared towards light tackle inshore fishing, Ugly Stik Inshore Select Casting Rods provide the ultimate balance of performance, durability, and value. A favorite choice for saltwater anglers coast to coast, the Inshore Select series is perfect for striper fishing the back bays of the Northeast to targeting redfish and speckled trout on the Gulf Coast. The Inshore Select Blanks are built with significantly more graphite than previous generations, making them lighter and more sensitive, but still retain the legendary toughness that Ugly Stiks are known for. These rods are built with signature Ugly Stik design features such as a Clear Tip design for superior strength and sensitivity, and Ugly Tuff one piece stainless steel guides that resist corrosion and eliminate insert pop-outs. All models feature even taper actions that make for excellent casting distance with smaller live baits and artificial lures and are fitted with premium cork handles etched with the Ugly Stik logo. All models are covered by a 7 year warranty.
1 Question & 1 Answer
Jason
from Bronx, New York asked:
November 6, 2018
Whats the action on this rod and will it work with jigging bucktails for flukes?
1 Answers
This rod is considerably a light rod, the heaviest jigs it could handle is about 1/2 oz for the Medium Light and only 5/8 oz for the Medium. Unfortunately, Shakespeare does not specify the action. Give us a call at 1-(888)-354-7335 or Chat us! One of our experts can assist in deciding a rod for fluking. Knowing whether you are fishing back bay or deep in the reefs, etc. is important information when recommending what's best.
Rebecca
on November 6, 2018

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