Ugly Stik® Catfish Spinning Rods
Ugly Stik® has designed this series specifically for catfish. All Ugly Stik® rods feature the Ugly Stik® Clear Tip® for sensitivity, Ugly Tech™ construction for toughness and durability and Ugly Tuff™ one-piece stainless steel guides.
- Medium Heavy actions
- Ugly Tuff™ one-piece stainless steel guides
- Ugly Stik® Clear Tip® design
- Comfortable EVA grips with rubber gimbal
- 7 year rod warranty
Ugly Stik® Catfish Spinning Rods
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MODEL # USSPCAT701MH$39.95View model specificationsView LargerTechniqueCatfishRod Length7'Rod PowerMedium HeavyNumber of Pieces1Reel SeatConventionalLure Rating1/2-3Line Rating15-30Rod Handle MaterialEVARod Blank MaterialUgly Tech ConstructionGuides Including Tip6Guide TypeStainless SteelGimbalYesRod ActionModerate FastRod Handle TypeB
MODEL # USSPCAT702MH$39.95View model specificationsView LargerTechniqueCatfishRod Length7'Rod PowerMedium HeavyNumber of Pieces2Reel SeatConventionalLure Rating1/2-3Line Rating15-30Rod Handle MaterialEVARod Blank MaterialUgly Tech ConstructionGuides Including Tip6Guide TypeStainless SteelGimbalYesRod ActionModerate FastRod Handle TypeB
MODEL # USSPCAT802MH$39.95View model specificationsView LargerTechniqueCatfishRod Length8'Rod PowerMedium HeavyNumber of Pieces2Reel SeatConventionalLure Rating1/2-3Line Rating15-30Rod Handle MaterialEVARod Blank MaterialUgly Tech ConstructionGuides Including Tip7Guide TypeStainless SteelGimbalYesRod ActionModerate FastRod Handle TypeB
Ugly Stik® Catfish Spinning Rods is rated out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Romu44 from A great durable and tough rod. I use this rod exclusively for big channel cats on the Red River that weigh up to 30 pounds. In the fast current and heavy weights this rod standso up to all the cats can dish out and more. I use the 7 foot two piece for ease of transport. This rod is tough and durable, virtually indestructible. I highly recommend this product. The glow in the dark tip provides high visibility while bank fishing as well.
Date published: 2016-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by fisherman86 from FINALY A GOOD ALL AROUND ROD I Have own this rod for over about 3 months, i purchase it at wal-mart great price and 2yr in store warranty. The guide on this rod are excellent Shakespeare got it right a good balance of sensitively and very strong have caught multiple 15lb+ catfish and stripers also a very good rod for Salmon fishing. This is one of the best ugly stick made, a must have in a fisherman collection.
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by ScorpioOmega from Continued Success I recently added another Ugly Stik rod to my arsenal. True to the other 7 Ugly Stiks that I use, the new Catfish Spinning Rod provides; the strength, sensitivity, and control that I've come to expect from every rod carrying the Ugly Stik name. The success I have experienced in over 20 years of owning an Ugly Stik, has made Ugly Stik the ONLY rod I will use!
Date published: 2016-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by fish7944 from Strong backbone for big fish I purchased two of the seven foot one piece medium heavy catfish sticks for the sole purpose of fighting big catfish below Chickamauga dam in Chattanooga. No disappointment here. I have boated two 50 and one 60 pounder and it has been fun watching these rods bend and take the stress a big fish can put on a rod. I highly recommend these rods.
Date published: 2016-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hoffmiermp from My go to rod of choice This is a solid rod for the money. I caught quite a few catfish with it and has never let me down. I consistently catch 10 lb plus cats with it and the biggest being a 18 lber and handled her like a boss. My friends are impressed with the performance made them go out and purchase one as well.
Date published: 2016-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ciccofish from Perfect for casting for Rockfish My older Ugly Striper rods are wearing out due to overuse. They were perfect for shallow-water casting for Rock on the Chesapeake. These Catfish rods have a closer to the original Striper action.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by TristinM from Great action I've caught monster fish on my ugly stick and it has withstood some of the toughest beatings over the years.
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by Lightening from Ugly Stik only Listened A Little! Good things about this rod is that Ugly Stik stuck with the same blank as the older rod, and that they went with the stainless steel guides which alot of people had been asking for. Bad things? THE GIMBAL??? The only reason for a gimbal on a Rod is if a person is fishing for Enormous Tuna, Marlin and Shark in the Ocean. I have caught plenty of really nice sized salt water fish with not even coming close to using one. The next "Bad Thing" is that Ugly Stik did not listen, and provide catfisherman with NEW multiple lengths and strengths of rods to fill the need for different catfishing situations. Other catfish rod makers are stepping up to the plate, and creating these different lengths and strengths for each catfish species for different fishing environments. First off, the 7'6" length is one of the most common and popular lengths used by catfishing guides and pro's around the country. Tangling with Catfish(TWC), Team Catfish, Rippin Lips, Meat Hunter, Catmaxx(Bass Pro), Mondo Cat, Night Stik Pro all make rods in the 7'6" length for a reason. New companies like Warrior Cat and others, are following suit and doing the same. 7'6" is a given, and is usual found in the Medium, Medium/Heavy, and Heavy strengths. All of these newer catfish rods were sort of based on Ugly Stik's TIGER rod. Just about all use the Tough stainless steel guides on those rods are like the Tiger's. In fact, the Tiger Blank is an AWESOME Blank. It would be A PERFECT rod. It Just needs the 7'6" lengths with a thinner handle, and a trigger and the rods are ready to go! Don't get me wrong, I LOVE Ugly Stik Rods! I got a bunch of them' GX2's, Elites, Catfish, Tigers, Lites and others. I just now how Great of Rods you guys are capable of making. And really think that you can produce the rods this New Modern Discerning Catfisherman knows you can make, spearheading a new breed of catfishishing rods for the Ugly Stik Catfisherman.
Date published: 2016-04-05