Shakespeare Ugly Stik GX2 Microcast ComboItem Number: 23122896
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The Ugly Stik GX2 Microcast Combo is cleverly designed to be easy to use while offering plenty of strength. The new blank construction creates a rod with exceptional sensitivity and balance, which works with the Shakespeare spincast reel to help you with light fishing. The Shakespeare® Ugly Stik® GX2™ Microcast Combo is simple enough for beginners while offering enough performance for more experienced anglers.
- Combines the next gen Ugly Stik® with a Shakespeare® spincast reel
- Lightweight design with improved durability
- Pre-spooled with 4 lb. line
- Ugly Tech™ rod construction combines graphite and fiberglass to create a sensitive rod with exceptional balance
- Ugly Tuff™ line guides are newly designed for superior durability
- Ugly Stik® Clear Tip® senses the lightest strike without losing strength
- 1 piece blank
Power: UL-Ultra Light
Rod Power & Length: UL 4'8"
- Model: USSP481UL/MSCBO
- Reel Size: MC
- Ball Bearing: 1
Country Of Origin: China
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Peanut Ugly Stik GX2 Enjoy the Shakespeare Ugly Stik. Easy to use. No major issues with it. June 3, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fishin fool NEAT LITTLE COMBO I purchased this combo for a river kayak outing as it's small size might be the ticket. Very pleaded with it. Landed several smallmouth and it performed flawlessly after a quick adjustment of the drag. I'm sure you can spend more for an ultralight combo but you can't have any more fun with it no matter what the cost. May 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Seasoned fisherman Excellent product - extreemly high priced I needed rod and reel like this for a workshop I was leading for parents and grandparents of kids who want to learn how to fish. I am happy that the last few years companies have finally caught on that kids need quality equipment that fits them. This rod and reel combo certainly fits in that category. On the other hand, the price was not what it should be. If we want to encourage parents and grandparents to buy good quality equipment that FITS their kids hands, we should not have something starting at $50. They will probably choose the plastic combo (which are NOT quality). Nothing discourages a kid more in fishing that equipment that does not work or to have a fish on and then have equipment that fails. April 9, 2014
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