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Wanted ISO 7' 2 piece Ugly Stiks BWD 1101

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Too hard to find to ever give up. Good luck in your search:beer:

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I had 6 7ft medium cal1100 one piece lined up. I wasn’t gonna pay the price. Didn’t blame them for holding onto them. Got exspensive. 

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9 hours ago, RD9 said:

I had 6 7ft medium cal1100 one piece lined up. I wasn’t gonna pay the price. Didn’t blame them for holding onto them. Got exspensive. 

I hear ya. I have seven cal 1100 2 piece models. I hope they last a long time. I looked at the new model and I think they are okay but prefer the older style.

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The 2 piece 1101 rods are medium heavy and just about the best salmon trolling rods I have ever seen, while you can still store them in your boat. The ugly stik people stopped making them and people have been hunting for them ever since

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5 hours ago, doubletrouble said:

$180 for all 6

Damn good price awesome Rods!!!

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6 hours ago, doubletrouble said:

$180 for all 6

Steal 

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6 hours ago, doubletrouble said:

$180 for all 6

Where on Facebook I’ll take them. 

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9 hours ago, doubletrouble said:

I see 6 of the BWD 1100 8' 3" for sale on facebook , if anyone is interested!

 

I ended up buying these myself when I found out they were close by. I'm going to try these especially if I can't find anymore 7'. These are labeled "light action" though 6 - 20# test line, so we'll see. If I don't like them, you guys will get first crack at them!!

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I have 3 of those. I use them for spring brown trout fishing. They are sweet rods

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I switched to the 7' one piece years ago. The 8'6' made it harder to net the customers fish. fish and they did not have to back up as far. I wish they had not stopped making them. The one piece is slightly lighter action but still handles the salmon and are fun with Rainbows. 

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I love my Ugly Stiks! 7 footers are my favorite. I believe the difference between the CAL and BWD is that the CAL has the casting trigger on the handle and the BWD doesn't. 

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3 hours ago, Tyee II said:

I love my Ugly Stiks! 7 footers are my favorite. I believe the difference between the CAL and BWD is that the CAL has the casting trigger on the handle and the BWD doesn't. 

Must be something else. The BWD's that I have now have the trigger grip.

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3 hours ago, doubletrouble said:

Must be something else. The BWD's that I have now have the trigger grip.

Interesting...I have 30 Ugly Stiks and every one of my BWD models are without the trigger. I do have a few BWC models that have the trigger though...

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Sorry Uglyokuma, I only have 1 of the 9 footers and I can't part with it. It's my noodle rod.

 

I actually use all my Ugly Stiks except my 10 foot dipsey rods. The dipsey rods are beastly! Every rod on my boat is an Ugly Stik except my Talora dipsey rods. 

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7 minutes ago, Tyee II said:

Sorry Uglyokuma, I only have 1 of the 9 footers and I can't part with it. It's my noodle rod.

 

I actually use all my Ugly Stiks except my 10 foot dipsey rods. The dipsey rods are beastly! Every rod on my boat is an Ugly Stik except my Talora dipsey rods. 

Got a Talora dipsy rod as a Christmas gift from my son. What is the best way to remove the tip to replace it with a twilli?

Thanks

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I still have the roller tips on mine but there is a thread in the open lake discussion about doing that. 

 

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Just now, Tyee II said:

I still have the roller tips on mine but there is a thread in the open lake discussion about doing that. 

 

Ok thanks. Mine is a regular tip not the roller tip.

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I just swallowed hard and  cut off a Couple new Taloras yesterday. Went to harbour freight and bought a 30 tooth per inch mini hacksaw for 5 bucks.Made a perfect cut. Got my twilli tips at fish USA. They have the 1000ft spools of 30lb test wire line on sale right now.

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1 hour ago, Tyee II said:

Interesting...I have 30 Ugly Stiks and every one of my BWD models are without the trigger. I do have a few BWC models that have the trigger though...

 

That IS interesting. Mine are 7' and the 2 piece model if that means anything. I was told the BWD stands for Big Water Downrigger and I wouldn't think a downrigger rod would have a trigger grip, but mine do. I just looked again and they definitely say BWD 1101 on them. Just another one of those things that make a guy say "huh" , I guess

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