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    Is anyone aware of a reasonably priced (less than 50.00) one piece 7 foot UL rod?


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    I just bought an Ugly Stick GX2. They come in 6.5 & 7' models. Some 2 pc some 1 piece. I just bought one. Mine is 6.5 but they make a 7' one piece ultralight. Pretty decent rod for the money. $40.00

    Or step up to the Elite model. They go for $50.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djackson234 View Post
    Is anyone aware of a reasonably priced (less than 50.00) one piece 7 foot UL rod?
    That will greatly reduce your options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djackson234 View Post
    Is anyone aware of a reasonably priced (less than 50.00) one piece 7 foot UL rod?


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    leylands lures trout slayer , is right around 50 $....i have one , it is a pretty nice rod.....ordered it from trout magnet.com.....it is 6'6" . 2 pc though.
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    Alphahawk rates the 6'6" Trout Slayer Series real high I plan to try one soon. I have a Lew's Wally Marshall Signature Series that is around $50 and a one piece and it is currently my favorite rod.

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    The Trout Slayer is a great rod for the money. BnM will start selling that rod in 2020 I think for 69 bucks. The rod is very sensitive. But if you are one who boat lifts fish it is not for you. The rod has a high graphite content but it can handle big fish no problems. Just curious why you want a one piece?

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    I have a Shakesphere MicroLite 7ft UL rod but its 2 piece. Lots of fun for bluegill though. Best part I think it was about $20 at Dicks Sporting Goods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alphahawk View Post
    The Trout Slayer is a great rod for the money. BnM will start selling that rod in 2020 I think for 69 bucks. The rod is very sensitive. But if you are one who boat lifts fish it is not for you. The rod has a high graphite content but it can handle big fish no problems. Just curious why you want a one piece?

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    $20 bucks more. Besides guides anything else changing for that price increase?


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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDave336 View Post
    $20 bucks more. Besides guides anything else changing for that price increase?
    To my understanding no. The name of the rod will change to Leland’s TCB rod...Trout Crappie Bluegill. Trout Magnet has sold an UL rod for years.....mainly as a nicety for Trout Magnet customers. It has never been a money maker for them. I was really impressed with the rod when I field tested it.....only weighs 2.4 ounces. I know quite a few JDM rod owners that use this rod when they are in an area they worry about breaking one of their high dollar rods....my nephew is one of those. I will get a few of the rods in 2020 and give them away on my YouTube channel.

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    That’s good I got one. I’ll tell Blake “Two dog” he needs to get one. I didn’t get out this weekend cause of a client in real bad shape and headed to Canada on Thursday. We will get out mid September


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