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Description

The Shakespeare Agility IM-8 series spinning rods offer beautiful craftsmanship and quality at a great price. These rods feature IM-8 graphite blank construction, quality stainless steel guides and ultra comfortable cork handles.

Additional features of these rods include:

  • Lightweight and sensitive IM-8 graphite blank construction
  • Stainless steel guides with titanium inserts
  • Top grade cork grips with composite butt
  • Soft-touch, twist-lock reel seat with cushioned stainless steel hoods
  • Blank-through-handle construction
  • Hook keeper

All Shakespeare Agility rods are two piece.

Specifications
Agility Spinning Rod Specifications
ModelLengthActionLine Wts.Lure Wts.GuidesHandle
ASP 6056-2L5' 6"Light4-8 lbs.1/16-3/8 oz.6+TIPH
ASP 6060-2M6' 0"Medium6-12 lbs.1/8-1/2 oz.6+TIPI
ASP 6066-2M6' 6"Medium6-12 lbs.1/8-1/2 oz.7+TIPI
ASP 6070-2UL7' 0"Ultra Light2-8 lbs.1/32-1/4 oz.8+TIPI
ASP 6070-2M7' 0"Medium6-12 lbs.1/8-1/2 oz.8+TIPI

Handle Styles
HAgility Rod Handle H
IAgility Rod Handle I

 

Reviews
Review Summary
4.3
( 62 Reviews )
of customers would recommend this product.93%
Reviewer Profile:   Avid Fisher (39), Casual Fisher (7), Casual/ Recreational (6), Professional (3)
Pros
Sensitive (48)
Good Tip Action (42)
Accurate Casting (39)
Flexible (32)
Durable (28)
Cons
none (4)
Breaks Easily (3)
None so far (2)
Hard To Transport (2)
Best Uses
Small Fish (33)
River Fishing (29)
Large Fish (12)
Great for Trout (2)
Bass (2)

I'd buy another!
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Buyer
PA
About Me:
none

 Length and sensitivity are good combination @ good price.  Reel seat and guide lineup was a little off, top section does spin sometimes. Good crappie fishing pole.

Pros: Good value, Good Tip Action.
Cons: Loose fitting sections.
Best Uses: crappies.
long casting
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Buyer
nyc
About Me:
none

my buddy love it and its smooth casting

Pros: Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: crappies
Shakespeare Agility IM-8 spinning rod
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Buyer
Austin
About Me:
none

I have several Shakespeare IM-8 Spinning Rods now and prefer them over other 2-piece medium rods.  They have good action and feel.

Pros: Good tip-flexible
Cons: None so far
Best Uses: 6-12 lb line
Great Product!!!
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Buyer
Erie Pa
About Me:
none

I own several Shakespeare Agility rods. They are great fishing poles for not a whole lot of money. 

Pros: Great action
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
should be re-designed
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Buyer
lake havasu
About Me:
none

handel two cumbersom for my use, this rod was used for off shore for bass fishing with jig.

Pros: none
Cons: handel
Best Uses: Bass
Pleased with service and product
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Buyer
Argos, Indiana
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Use the set Walleye fishing in Canada several weeks ago. I was looking at a $300 combo. Now I wonder why. Did just fine for around $50!
Pros: Good value, Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish
Very impressed with the sensivity of thi
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Buyer
Bridgeport
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I use this rod for all fish in Oneida lake, some of the larger ones are a blast to play and catch on it. Sensitive enough to feel the slighest relcutant bite.
Pros: Good Tip Action, Sensitive, Lightweight, Flexible, Accurate Casting
Cons: Breaks Easily
Best Uses: River Fishing
Really nice ultra-light rod
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Buyer
Port Charlotte, FL.
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I solved the problem of the loose fitting sections by putting some soft glue in the female section end.....perfection achieved. This is a great rod for the money it cost and is my primary and favorite fishing tool.
Pros: Accurate Casting, Sensitive, Durable, Good Tip Action, Flexible, Easy To Transport, Lightweight
Cons: Loose fitting sections
Best Uses: River Fishing, Small Fish
good Equipment
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Buyer
Sacramento, CA
About Me:
Beginner
Easy Handling
Pros: Flexible, Lightweight, Easy To Transport
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing
Light, sensitive, strong backbone
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Buyer
Sacramento, CA
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Great value. You could pay more for an expensive rod but that will not help you catch and land more fish.
Pros: Lightweight, Good Tip Action, Accurate Casting, Sensitive
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing, Small Fish
good rod
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Buyer
Dallas, Texas
About Me:
Casual/ Recreational
I bought the 7' long and ultralight action model. It is for creek fishing for crappie and white bass. I got a striper with it as well. Overall, I am comfortable with the rod. No complaint whatsoever.
Pros: Accurate Casting, Flexible, Easy To Transport, Sensitive, Lightweight
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing, Small Fish
Great rod for trout!!!!
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Buyer
Bellevue Wa
About Me:
Avid Fisher
You will be hard pressed to find better rod for the money. I love the 7 foot ultralite. Pair with a deceiver reel for a perfect balanced solution.
Pros: Lightweight, Durable
Cons: none
Best Uses: Lake fishing for trout, River Fishing
Rod and reel are great together
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Buyer
Guelph, Ont.
About Me:
Avid Fisher
perfect feel, liked it so much I bought two
Pros: Lightweight, Good Tip Action, Sensitive, Perfect balance
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish
you dont need a 200 dollar rod
pittsburgh pa
About Me:
Avid Fisher
great rod for price well balanced in hand only down fall not made in usa
Pros: Good Tip Action, Sensitive, Flexible
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing
I just bought my 5th Shakespeare Agility
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Buyer
Paradise, Ca
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I have been using the 7ft Ultra-light rod now for over 5 years. When I take friends fishing with me, they love using this rod and how it works being used for fishing with down riggers for big trout and browns. Not only is it a great rod, but it is also a great value. You cannot buy a better rod for twice the price, you will not be disappointed.
Pros: Good Tip Action, Lightweight, Durable, Great value
Cons: none
Best Uses: Down rigger trolling
Super rod
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Buyer
Faro, Portugal
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Excellent rod to cast soft baits. It has a god tip action and gives a great feel of action.
Pros: Easy To Transport, Sensitive, Lightweight, Accurate Casting, Durable, Good Tip Action
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish, Large Fish, River Fishing
Nice overall rod.
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Buyer
Vancouver, WA
About Me:
Casual/ Recreational
I mainly use this to troll. I live the ligthweight feel. It feel s to me that is is a nicer pole than the pr0ice... After the initial feel of this rod, I was very excited to go use it. I am very happy with this rod.
Pros: Durable, Flexible, Good Tip Action, Sensitive, Lightweight, Easy To Transport, Accurate Casting
Cons: 1 year warranty
Best Uses: trolling
Great Bass Rod Feel all the Bites
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Buyer
Cutler Bay, Florida
About Me:
Professional
great rood very light and sensative feel everything
Pros: Flexible, Sensitive, Durable, Good Tip Action, Easy To Transport, Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish, Large Fish, River Fishing
very good I wood buy again
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Buyer
michigan
About Me:
Casual/ Recreational
have not fished it yet but it is better than my other ul rods and costs less
Pros: Sensitive, Good tip-flexible
Cons: none
Best Uses: PAN FISH
Awesome blank, nice grip, poor guides
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Reviewer
Columbus, OH
About Me:
Avid Fisher
While I still think this rod is a good value because the blank and grip are excellent for the price, it is not constructed with even decent guides. The guides have metal(lic) inserts that are not very smooth; my tiptop's insert was actually quite abrasive. Luckily, it fell out and the stainless steel underneath is an improvement. I have purchased an alternative tiptop w/ a ceramic insert to solve the issue.
Pros: Good Tip Action, Sensitive, Accurate Casting
Cons: Poor Construction
Best Uses: none
5FT. UL
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Reviewer
Kalamazoo,Michigan
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Was out fishing today for gills and rod snapped in half. I was jigging beside the boat and i know it sometimes can be stressful on the rod when your jigging, but dont feel it should snap in two pieces on a average sizi gill. I have the 7FT. UL also and no problems so far. Have the ugly stick and they are a really nice pole but would not buy the agility again.
Pros: none
Cons: Breaks Easily
Best Uses: Small Fish
I would buy this product again
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Buyer
Kalamazoo,Mich.
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I troll using this pole with a small crankbait behind it. Tip action while trolling is great, just enough to let you know the bait is working properly.
Pros: Flexible, Sensitive, Good Tip Action
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish
Quality at a Great Price!
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Buyer
Kent, Wa.
About Me:
Casual/ Recreational
Was surprised at the quality of this rod. Smooth comfortable grip, very solid feel, good balance and 9 guides make for a consistent line path and longer casts. Mine is the 7' 2-8 rated.
Pros: Flexible, Good Tip Action, Sensitive
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing, Small Fish
an ok rod
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Buyer
NC
About Me:
Professional
the grip is too small in the part that i actually hold, though it gets bigger just behind that. and it isnt as sensitive as one might expect.
Pros: Im-8, Lightweight
Cons: Small grip, Not that sensitive
Best Uses: none
Shakespeare Agility IM-8 Spinning Rods
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Buyer
Benicia, CA
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I bought two of these Kokanee rods for my downriggers. They perform flawlessly.
Pros: Sensitive, Good Tip Action, Flexible, Durable, Easy To Transport
Cons: none
Best Uses: Kokanee trout
My fishing friends like the light action
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Buyer
Newaygo,Mi.
About Me:
none
Strong enough for channel cats and large mouth light enough for pan fish. I CAN FEEL THE LIGHTEST STRIKES.
Pros: Easy To Transport, Sensitive, Flexible, Durable, Accurate Casting, Good Tip Action
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
Nice Rod, Great Price
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Buyer
North To Alaska! - North The Rush Is On
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Terrific Rod at a value price. I own two of these rods now - a Medium Heavy casting rod for offshore rockfish, and the 7' spinning rod for trout and steelhead. The spinning rod rivals my G-Loomis HotShot rod at 1/6 the cost......And that is no malarkey.
Pros: Durable, Sensitive, Flexible
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish, River Fishing
Great all around combo
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Buyer
Phila. PA
About Me:
Casual/ Recreational
Ultra light is accurate. You can feel the trout breathe on this puppy. Super sensitive action. Great buy for the price!
Pros: Flexible, Sensitive, Super senstive, Accurate Casting, Good Tip Action, Easy To Transport
Cons: No cons at all
Best Uses: Trout n panfish, Small Fish
very sensative
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Buyer
North Carolina
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Very sensative and good hook set. Only con is that it is a 2 piece
Pros: Sensitive, Easy To Transport, Good Tip Action, Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish
looks good havent used it yet
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Buyer
michigan
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Will use this for Springtime panfishing.
Pros: Good Tip Action, Flexible, Sensitive
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish
Perfect bass spinning rods.
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Reviewer
Washington, PA
About Me:
Professional
The 7'0 medium is a nice rod that is light and sensitive enough for smallmouth but sturdy enough for largemouth fishing in cover. As a spinning rod user 95 percent of the time these rods have taken a beating the last few seasons and have pulled in some large fish. Very nice tip and feel.
Pros: Accurate Casting, Sensitive, Good Tip Action
Cons: none
Best Uses: SmallmouthLargemouth, River Fishing
A very good quality at a good price.
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Buyer
Glenarden, MD
About Me:
Casual/ Recreational
I use it to fish in rivers and lakes
Pros: Easy To Transport, Good Tip Action, Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing
Good bang for the buck.
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Buyer
TN
About Me:
Avid Fisher
While this rod has a few problems...it does not want to stay as one peice...the butt is a little too long for my liking but that is easily corrected. You have to make sure the rod is firmly pushed together or it will come apart as you cast. I would saw off about 3 inches of the butt and find a cap for it and it would be excellent for my fishing purposes....Crappie...Trout...White Bass. The sensitivity is great. The action allows for a good hook set. Some have talked about how this rod breaks easily but I have put this rod through the wringer and I don't see that as an issue. In my opinion this rod is a bargain for the price you pay.
Pros: Accurate Casting, Good Tip Action, Sensitive, Easy To Transport
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish, Large Fish
Great price for a quality spinning rod
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Buyer
Beaver Dam,Wisconsin
About Me:
Casual Fisher
I had a chance to do some pan fishing with the rod and had a great time, very sensitive,fun fighting the fish.
Pros: Sensitive, Good Tip Action
Cons: Hard To Transport
Best Uses: Small Fish
better than pro lite
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Buyer
glendora ca.
About Me:
Avid Fisher
returned a shakespeare pro lite to that other store and got this great deal from fish usa.
Pros: Sensitive, Accurate Casting, Easy To Transport, Good Tip Action, Durable, Flexible
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish
Close Your Eyes
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Buyer
Chester, SC
About Me:
Avid Fisher
The IM-8 rods have a very slim profile, so much that looking at them, you wouldn't think they could be strong, but they load and cast like with an unexpected power. Their sensitivity transmitted from the lure to the reel has to be felt to really appreciate. And the proportioned balance is smoothly distributed over the entire length of the rod from strike to fight— YOU always feel in total control, not just hanging on for dear life. Just close your eyes on casts, retrieve, and fight, and you'll see what I mean. You just won't believe what you'll experience. The IM-8 rods are that unbelievable.
Pros: Sensitive, Easy To Transport, Durable, Great balance, Flexible, Good Tip Action, Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: none
Great rod for the money
Waynesville, GA
About Me:
Casual Fisher
I live on a small southern river and this rod is a great for panfish. I have broken 2 of these rods but that just goes with the territory. I already have another spare in waiting!
Pros: Good Tip Action, Accurate Casting, Sensitive
Cons: Breaks Easily
Best Uses: Small Fish
GREAT ROD
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Reviewer
Williamsport, PA
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I have an 8'6" Medium Action Model And I used it to land 20lb Salmon and had no problems at all great rod at a great price.
Pros: Good Tip Action, Sensitive, Flexible, Accurate Casting, Durable
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing, Small Fish, Large Fish
Excellent rod for trout fishing
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Buyer
San Jose, Ca
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Ultra light and the 7 foot lenght really helps
Pros: Sensitive, Accurate Casting, Good Tip Action
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish, River Fishing
A great rod for the money
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Buyer
Muskegon, Michigan
About Me:
Avid Fisher
These are great rods for the money. You will not see rods at this cost with extra guides and quality cork handles. A lot of bang for the buck and I will buy more.
Pros: Easy To Transport, Sensitive, Durable, Good Tip Action, Accurate Casting, Flexible
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish
Still sold on them
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Buyer
east central IL
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Since my last Agility IM-8 review, I took advantage of a FishUSA weekly sale and picked up the two piece 5' ultra light rod. Perfect with a small Pflueger ultra light Trion or President reel. Broken down, the whole package is very light and 2 1/2' so I always have it in the car with me. I keep a couple of 1/16 Rooster Tails and 1/12 Kastmasters in the glove box so I'm ready to play whenever the opportunity presents itself. In the short time I've had the rod I've only fished for small bass and gills with it but it doesn't take a monster to put a good bend in it. You can't go wrong for the money.
Pros: Accurate Casting, Good Tip Action, Sensitive, Easy To Transport
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing
Reasonable Price for a very good rod
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Buyer
Eastern PA
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I use the 7' medium actions for trolling and can feel every bump or instantly know you picked up the slightest weed. I have about 8 rods in this product line and love each one.
Pros: Good Build Quality, Sensitive, Good Tip Action, Durable
Cons: none
Best Uses: Feel every bump, River Fishing, Great trolling rod
I hought another one!
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Buyer
San Jose, Ca
About Me:
Avid Fisher
In using down riggers for big trout and browns, we use just bare lures so ultra light is the way we fish, so having a long rod, that is limber enough to put a big bend in to help take up the slack when a fish hits, but with enough backbone to still set the hook, this rod works perfectly. It has more guides then the normal rod and the cost makes it a great deal for the quality! I have bought two and bought one for my buddy so he will quit using mine!!!
Pros: Perfect for downrigging
Cons: none
Best Uses: Large Rainbows
SO FAR SO GOOD
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Buyer
SPRING LAKE, MI
About Me:
Avid Fisher
This rod is well constructed
Pros: Sensitive, Durable, Good Tip Action, Flexible, Accurate Casting
Cons: Hard To Transport, TOP HALF TOO LONG WHEN SP
Best Uses: Large Fish, Small Fish, River Fishing
An affordable gem
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Buyer
east central IL
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I wade rocky midwest streams in search of bronzebacks. The 7' two piece medium action Agility fits the bill perfectly for my uses. Stiff enough for bottom bouncing jigs in current but sensitive enough to detect subtle mouthing. These rods are a great bang for the buck. My two 7-footers have NINE line guides (counting the tip) made of stainless steel and titanium. I challenge you to walk through any big box store and count the guides on any similar priced rods. The cork handles are comfortable and apparently durable, as mine have not chipped at all. These rods are light enough to carry for hours. My spinning outfit is very well balanced. And it's IM-8 graphite. It's a nice piece for the money.
Pros: Sensitive, Accurate Casting, Good Tip Action
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing
great quality
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Buyer
alabama
About Me:
Casual Fisher
the rod combo is both efficient and effective.
Pros: Durable, Flexible, Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish, River Fishing
Good Rod....Great Price
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Buyer
Eastern PA
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I really like these rods. They are an excellent value. I have much more expensive rods and these compare to rods of more than twice the price. The 7' ultra lite is awesome except for the handle being about 3" too long. I cut off the 3" and put a new butt cap on and it works great.
Pros: Durable, Sensitive, Accurate Casting
Cons: Handle a bit too long
Best Uses: River Fishing
Best rod value ever.
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Buyer
Akron, OH
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Great quality for the price. It is equal to much more expensive rods. I do a lot of bass fishing with this. Better than an ugly stick.
Pros: Sensitive, Accurate Casting, Good Tip Action, Easy To Transport, Durable
Cons: none
Best Uses: Large Fish, River Fishing, Small Fish
"So far so good"
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Buyer
North Huntingdon, PA
About Me:
Casual Fisher
I used this rod over the weekend drift fishing in Lake Erie; the Walleye didn't cooperate but I did catch a 6# Sheephead that really tested the rod. Great action and durability, no problems.
Pros: Easy To Transport, Flexible, Sensitive
Cons: none
Best Uses: Large Fish
Can't beat the price!
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Buyer
Ohio
About Me:
Casual Fisher
Medium wt rod that feels like a medium lite. Sensitive for a two piece rod.
Pros: Good Tip Action, Durable, Flexible, Easy To Transport, Sensitive, Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing
Great Buy
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Buyer
Columbus, Ohio
About Me:
Casual Fisher
You will not find many IM8 rods for this low price. It is sensitive for a two piece rod. This medium rod feels like most medium lite rods which I love about it.
Pros: Sensitive, Flexible, Durable, Good Tip Action, Easy To Transport, Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing
I just bought five more Ugly Stiks
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Reviewer
Keller, TX
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I bought my first Ugkly Stik in 1980, while on leave from the Military, to go fishing with my Dad. I have used this one rod until my two boys were big enough to start "borrowing" it. I bought them and myself some cheaper rods and started getting a collection of broken rod. So when I went to replace 5 broken rods, I looked at the rod I have used for over 28 years and said to myself, "I am only going to buy Ugly Stiks". Thank you very much Shakespeare, for the fine rods. I am not buying any other.
Pros: Good Tip Action, Sensitive, Accurate Casting, Durable, Flexible
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing, Small Fish, Lake Fishing, Large Fish
Nice Rod
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Buyer
tobyhanna, pa
About Me:
Casual Fisher
Nice Rod. First time in use caught about 6 bass with it, largest being about 4 or 5 pounds and handled it like nothing.
Pros: Flexible, Durable, Sensitive, Good Tip Action, Accurate Casting
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish, Large Fish
a fine rod for the money
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Buyer
Girard, PA
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I purchased a 7foot ultra light and it is an excellent rod for trout and crappies
Pros: Accurate Casting, Flexible, Sensitive
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish, Mainly trout
Great affordable rod
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Buyer
Ohio
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Great feeling rod at a modest price. The 2 piece design allows for easy transportation.
Pros: Flexible, Easy To Transport, Sensitive
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing, Small Fish
Great trout and panfish rod
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Buyer
Chicago
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I bought this rod primarily for trout and panfish. I used it already for trout and loved it. I bought 2 already and now will be ordering another one for my son. He tried it and loved the action as well.
Pros: Easy To Transport, Flexible, Good Tip Action, Durable, Accurate Casting, Sensitive
Cons: None so far
Best Uses: Small Fish
Excellent rod
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Buyer
organtown, WV
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Great large stream tout rod
Pros: Durable, Easy To Transport, Sensitive, Accurate Casting, Flexible, Good Tip Action
Cons: none
Best Uses: Great for Trout, Small Fish
Good, affordable rod
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Buyer
Central Alabama
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I bought three or four of these rods in various actions and lengths almost a year ago. I've used them for everything from panfish all the way up to redfish and snook. I think these are one of the best values out there. There pretty sensitive and have a very good action with no flat spots. They are very durable and I will probably buy more.
Pros: Easy To Transport, Sensitive, Accurate Casting, Durable
Cons: none
Best Uses: Light saltwater, Small Fish, Bass
"Makes you want to yell fish on"
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Buyer
Hollidaysburg, PA.
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I use my IM-8 for Salmon fishing at Lake Erie and trout fishing in the local creeks. It's a very tough and versatile rod.
Pros: Flexible, Good Tip Action, Sensitive, Durable
Cons: none
Best Uses: Salmon Fishing, River Fishing, Large Fish
Great rod at a great price.
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Buyer
Northern ILLinois
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Great rod for Trout and Panfish. I primarily bought this rod to fish for Trout using a bubble and fly combination. Great fun to use.
Pros: Accurate Casting, Great fun to fish with, Sensitive, Good Tip Action
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing, Great for Trout, Great Panfish Rod, Large Fish, Small Fish
A GREAT PROTUCT
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Buyer
SPENCER WV
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I USE THIS ROD FOR DROP SHOT/SHAKEY HEAD JIG/GRUB FISHING, I LOVE FILL AND ACTION OF THIS ROD.ICOUGHT LOTS BASS,CRAPPIE,WALLEYE,AND BLUE GILL ON THE LAKE I FISH.THANKS ALOT FOR A GRATE PRODUCT.
Pros: Good Tip Action, Flexible, Accurate Casting, Sensitive, Durable, Easy To Transport
Cons: none
Best Uses: River Fishing
I would buy this product over and over
Spencer wv.
About Me:
Avid Fisher
I use this rod for drop shot and with a shaky head jig.Best rod i every used for this type of bass fishing,Icought lots of bass on sutton lake wv with this rod.
Pros: Good Tip Action, Durable, Accurate Casting, Easy To Transport, Flexible, Sensitive
Cons: none
Best Uses: Small Fish, Large Fish
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