St. Croix :: Freshwater Rods reviews (16 models)
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Stance: Being my first pole I don't have much for comparison. This year was my first year targeting musky, after losing fish on bass rod I knew I needed this rod. So far no complaints. Really helped me maneuver a 40 in fish , allowing me to net it with no ...
chasfishes: I bought this rod to replace a ultra light 5 foot I had set up with a ultra light spinning reel for trout fishing and occasional pan fish in Iowa. I used it for 5 straight days on streams in NE Iowa with jigs in the 1/64 & 1/80 ounce range . I ...
mr big11: I have a AVS66MF I love this rod went out and purchased AVS66MLF using for my crappie setup. Rods are AWESOME ...
MED: Wanted to throw light lures a decent distance and still have some backbone for feisty smallmouth bass or decent sized trout. Still I wanted to have some panfish fun when throwing bait under a float. Matched with a Shimano Stradic CI4 Plus the balan ...
Legend Tournament Bass
Popfly: The TBS71MHF is under rated but super veratile. I have used mine in fresh water for Hybrid stipers & salt for Reds/Trout & False albacore. This rod is light & stiff with a super fast tip. Locks up in the first third of the rod & with 30gram lure ...
Muskykiller83: Bought a 6'8" MF and absolutely loved it. Casting distance was dramatically improved and the strength to get fish on top of water was great. Fished five times with it and it snapped 6" from the tip of the rod. Was replaced and second time ...
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Fishermen's opinions about St. Croix Freshwater Rods
old & experienced2017-09-25T13:24:35
9/25/2017 1:24:35 PM
56 year bass fisherman !2016-11-17T14:36:42
11/17/2016 2:36:42 PM