Free Offer St. Croix® Legend Tournament® Walleye Casting Rods

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Length
Power
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7'

Med Hvy

Action:
Moderate

Line Weight:
6-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/2 - 3 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
E

Model:
LTWC70MHM
  • Integrated Poly Curve® (IPC®) tooling technology
  • Advanced Reinforcing Technology™ (ART™)
  • High-modulus/high-strain SCIV graphite with NSi resin featuring 3M® Matrix resin
  • Fuji® K Series Tangle-Free Concept Guides with Alconite rings & polished frames
  • Fuji SK2™ split reel seat
  • Split-grip handle with super-grade cork
  • Machined aluminum wind check
  • Manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty
On or off the tournament trail, walleye anglers demand a lot from their rods. For them, the St. Croix Legend Tournament Walleye Casting Rod delivers. The re-engineered SCIV blanks combine St. Croix’s exclusive ART and IPC technologies with NSi (Nano Silica) resin—a 3M technology—for improved durability. The result is a well-balanced family of technique-specific walleye rods that are lighter than ever, especially in the tip section with small-sized Fuji K Series guides. These guides are ideal for super braid, mono and fluorocarbon lines, "shedding" tangles before they become a problem. This rod is a favorite for bottom bouncing and ideal for fishing medium-to-large size crankbaits. Made in USA.
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I am interested in a casting rod to use for fishing walleye in the Columbia River in Oregon. I will be fishing in quite a bit of current using 3/4 to 1 1/4 oz torpedo jigs bouncing on the bottom. I am looking for a rod with good backbone for setting the hook and yet good sensitivity to feel the strikes. Does this rod fit the bill?
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 - Boise, ID
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Yes this rod would be fine for river fishing and for Walleye.
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 - Springfield, MO
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