St. Croix Legend Elite Series Spinning Rod
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Put the hoity-toity into your fishing arsenal with St. Croix®'s Legend Elite® Series Spinning Rods. Everything about the Legend Elite Series Rods is as good as it gets. From the technologically advanced SCV graphite the Legend Elites are built on to the blend of Advanced Reinforcing Technology™ (ART™) and Integrated Poly Curve® Technology which together add rod strength without increasing weight or blank diameter or decreasing sensitivity. Phenomenally sensitive, lightweight and super smooth casters, the Legend Elite Series Rods feature premium components and a great-looking slow-cure finish.
- Integrated Poly Curve tooling technolgy
- Advanced Reinforcing Technology (ART)
- Super high-modulus SCVI graphite in lower section for added power with reduced weight
- High-modulus/high-strain SCV graphite with carbon-matte scrim
- Slim-profile ferrules
- Phenomenally sensitive, light and smooth casting
- Fuji® SiC Concept Guide System with titanium-coated frames
- Fuji VSS reel seat/frosted silver hood
- Machined-aluminum wind check
- Super-grade cork handle
- Two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish
- Lifetime limited manufacturer's warranty
- Handcrafted in USA
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Go with a med-heavy quality graphite rod or a tried and true ugly stick.
Even if it doesn't break, you'll have a heckuva time getting them landed in any good amount of time. As well, when you get up into the higher test lines, your rod may break before the line will. Always keep the line rating on the rod in mind for that reason.
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First I would start with a Shimano, they are the best quality for the money and they will last as long as your rod. Second, depending on the length and action of your rod would determine the size of reel, 2500, 3000, or 4000. My best suggestion would be the new Shimano Stradic in the 3000 size, it is very affordable and would match up well on either the 6'8" or 7' length rods. If you have a shorter rod like a 6'6" or 6'3" then I would recomend the 2500 size Stradic. Hope this helps and good luck on the water!!!