Ugly Stik® Bigwater Casting Rod

Ugly Stik® Bigwater Casting Rod

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For the challenge of bigwater fishing, anglers around the world choose Ugly Stik® Bigwater rods to haul in their trophy fish. Dependability and toughness best describe the Ugly Stik® Bigwater Series.
  • Howald Process and Ugly Stik® Clear Tip® design for guaranteed strength and sensitivity
  • Fuji® stainless steel guides with aluminum oxide inserts
  • Durable EVA grips and graphite Fuji® reel seats with corrosion resistant stainless steel hoods
  • Epoxy-coated blanks for protection from UV rays
  • Exclusive "Ugly Back" 60-day/5 year warranty
Ugly Stik® Bigwater Casting Rod
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  • MODEL # BWB114070
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    $64.95 $51.96
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    Technique
    Boat
    Rod Length
    7'
    Rod Power
    Medium Heavy
    Number of Pieces
    1
    Lure Rating
    2-6
    Line Rating
    20-50
    Rod Handle Material
    EVA
    Rod Blank Material
    Howald Process
    Guides Including Tip
    7
    Gimbal
    Yes
    Rod Handle Type
    E
  • MODEL # BWSU11308060
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    $199.95 $159.96
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    Technique
    Standup
    Rod Length
    6'
    Rod Power
    Heavy
    Number of Pieces
    1
    Lure Rating
    2-8
    Line Rating
    30-80
    Rod Handle Material
    EVA
    Rod Blank Material
    Howald Process
    Guides Including Tip
    7
    Gimbal
    Yes
    Rod Handle Type
    F

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Ugly Stik® Bigwater Casting Rod is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 128.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sturdy rods for river fishing I own the BWS 110066 and 110070 and love both of them. I use them for Ohio River catfishing and occasional saltwater vacation fishing. I love the handles because they are the perfect size for fighting large fish. These also have good backbone but are not like pool sticks either. This 39" Flathead was caught on the BWS110066 paired with an Okuma Coronado baitfeeder and Power Pro 30lb. braid. I would recommend a Shimano Baitrunner over the Okuma. I own both but the Baitrunner is more maintenance friendly.
Date published: 2013-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Impressive Performance! I brought a 10 foot Big Water Ugly Stik (med heavy) last Feb 2016, with the intent of using it to cast large Sinkers 4 to 8oz, a distance which this rod does comfortably. Basically fishing in 50 to 60 foot of water for Sturgeon and Catfish by a dam, on the Mississippi river. The power in the rod is amazing, and still has the sensitivity to detect slight bites. Judge for yourself the results in these Pictures.
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overall Review and Performance I purchased this rod a month or so ago and I like everything about it except the abnormally larger first eyelet but its a big water rod so there's nothing one can do about it.They have great back bone and if you get a really big fish on lets say a 30lb'er it will hold up and that thicker handle and start of the rod allows you to handle the fish and pretty much man handle it if you wanted to. I've used Ugly Stik rods for 10 years and to be honest they're the the only rods I use for a number of reasons 1. they're very durable and don't break easily, 2. you can use one of their 6ft 6'' rods and catch a 10lb fish (I've personally done this) with no trouble because the rods hold up to the challenge. I don't big water fish by the standard definition but I do get a hold of some pretty big fish and I like poles that I know can get the job done like this one.
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tough Stuff I bought this for my most recent trip to Port Aransas, Tx. and it worked well off the pier. I then took it to Galveston 2 weeks ago and had success at the pier and in the surf.   This rod is tough as heck, and gets the job done while still having a fast action tip, to be sensitive.  Great Value !!!
Date published: 2014-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ugly stik fishing rod I made a mistake and ordered the wrong size fishing rod. I was intending to order a 11 foot two piece rod but your website had limited amount of information about the product so I took a chance and ordered rod unfortunately it's a mistake I'm going to have to accept. Most likely I won't use this fishing rod because I have 3 of the same rods already so I won't be able to write about it. Overall it is a very good fishing rod just wish your website was more detailed with information about your products. I will search the Web for the rod I want but if I can't find it I'll go to a local fishing store. Thanks
Date published: 2015-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Preferred over catfish rod I own the 8 foot 2 piece catfish rod and like them very much. I have never been in need of a long casting rod so a decided to try a 7 foot for a general purpose cat rod. I went with the medium model in order to gain a little more flexable tip for channel cats. It has worked very well and I prefer the big waters over the white catfish rods now. Better guides and feel while still retaining a soft tip for circle hooks. The only thing that leaves me scratching my head is the very large base eyelet. It's huge. If you looking for an all purpose cat rod that can handle eater size to large cats and be able to hang at the pier at an affordable price, I highly recommend a MEDIUM action Big Water.
Date published: 2016-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great rods Been using them for years, hold up great and have a great bend.
Date published: 2015-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Price and Durability. I have been using the 10', two piece, Medium Heavy rod for over two years now. I have used it for fresh and saltwater. Perfect for large Striper bass and surf/jetty fishing. The most recent fish I have caught is a 35" Redfish off Port Aransas Jetty. I would Recommend Ugly Stick to anyone. I have 3 rods. The only bad thing about it is it is heavier than most rods. I have a Daiwa Emblem and a Sea Striker and both broke during a cast. Ugly Stick haven't failed me yet.
Date published: 2015-05-07
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