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New rod ... berkley or allstar?

Asked by sleepdoc (4695points) April 12th, 2010

My trigger rod got broken this weekend. I am planning to get a new one and had a berkley but have see some good prices on all-star as well. I am using this with a baitcasting reel. Can any of you give me some advice on either of these rods?

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WestRiverrat's avatar

Take a look at the ugly sticks by Shakespere. They are nearly unbreakable, I had someone from cabelas bet me I couldn’t break his. I tried for an hour but couldn’t.

sleepdoc's avatar

I have one of those for my spinning real. I just wasnt’ sure about the trigger rod being as good.

Cruiser's avatar

I second what @WestRiverrat said! My ugly stick is the only rod I have yet to break!

sleepdoc's avatar

What about if it gets slammed in a car door?

WestRiverrat's avatar

@sleepdoc I tried that…didn’t break.

And what other rod comes with a 7(6 for saltwater) year guarantee?

sleepdoc's avatar

Hmm… well maybe there is a reason I have had my old ugly stick so long…..

Seaofclouds's avatar

Ugly sticks are great. Berkley’s are really good to, just depends on what you are using it for. That being said, I haven’t used a trigger rod in years. Right now I mainly use a Venture rod that I love. My husband has a R. L. Winston Rod Company rod and Temple Fork Outfitters rod that he loves for fly fishing.

sleepdoc's avatar

BTW .. I had one ugly stick get closed in the car door this weekend and they do break!

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