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Free Offer St. Croix Triumph Series Spinning Rod

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7'

Medium

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
6-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/4 - 5/8 oz.

Pieces:
1

Handle Chart Reference:
E

Model:
TRS70MF
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St. Croix® knows that anglers live in a catch-fish at any cost world, and that's why they built their Triumph® Series Spinning Rods. Designed to perform in every possible fishing application, St. Croix's Triumph Spinning Rods offer outstanding strength, sensitivity and the hook-setting performance required to satisfy anglers that live for the next cast. Fashioned from premium SCII graphite, Triumph Spinning Rods offer finely tuned actions and tapers for precision casing and overall superior performance. Outfitted with hard aluminum oxide guides with black frames, Fuji® DPS reel seat with frosted silver hoods and a premium grade cork handle, these Triumph Spinning Rods finished with two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish as well as carry a very angler friendly price tag.

  • Premium-quality SCII graphite
  • Outstanding strength, sensitivity and hook setting power
  • Finely tuned actions and tapers for superior performance
  • Hard aluminum-oxide guides with black frames
  • Fuji DPS reel seat with frosted silver hood
  • Premium-grade cork handle
  • Two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish
St. Croix® Triumph® Series Spinning Rods 4.7 5 54 54
great rod St. Croix rods: strong, sensitive, light, and well made September 20, 2012
fishing nut Very good quality for the money. Will purchase other models for different purposes. August 27, 2012
Best spinning rod for under 100$ I own the 6'6" medium fast version of this rod and Iuse it for finesse baits such as drop shotting, shakeyhead, and wacky rigging senkos. The rod looks nice, the feel is amazing, it's light, and the cork is the perfect length to hold the rod finesse grip. I have caught thousands of bass on just one rod, the feel and durability on these things is amazing. It appears in most of my youtube videos my channel is called "bassnhockey" if you want to check it out. All in all you won't regret buying this rod! August 25, 2012
St. Croix Rod I love this Rod I got a 6 foot 6 inch light fast action rod. I use it on the river for trout. The length is good for bank fishing and wadding. The light fast action has a lot of flex to it so the rod does most of the casting work for you. I would recommend this rod and they are a good price for the rod you get. June 5, 2012
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Medium vs. Medium Light ?

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I am trying to decide on whether to go with a medium or medium light. I am just getting started in fishing and plan to do a combination of fishing, from jigging to crack baits. Bass, walleye and trout will be the primary fish that I will be going after. I plan to buy a trolling rod /reel in the future, but will use this rod/reel on occassion. Any suggestions on which one to go with would be appreciated.
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IMO go with medium light for casting and lure feel. I find the medium too stiff for anything other than working giant super spooks or heavy jigs.
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Well bud for the walleye and bass you need the medium, buy a seperate rod maybe a cheaper rod for trout. For jigging you need that power in the rod that a medium light doesn't have.
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A Medium-light action rod can be used for trout, bass and walleye.
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Jetty Fishing

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Looking to pair a Penn Fierce with a 6'6" Medium Triumph. I'll be fishing for rock cod, sea perch, sea bass, flounder, and maybe an occasional ling cod (if I'm lucky). I'll be using sand shrimp for bait and casting it out to the water. Will this be a good setup for this type of fishing?
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i think that would be a great pair!! the only thing i would change is maybe a 7 or 7'6" rod so u can cast a little farther.
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I'm looking to put some 15-20lb Sufix 832 on this. Any answers would be awesome, Thanks!
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Yes it can Kevin...been using this combo in saltwater for about ten years. I suggest using a flourocarbon shock leader...with a medium action rod, hook sets..especially with 20# braid can be brutal..on fish and tackle.
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First of all I play junior hockey in Canada so I appreciate the Hockey Heaven shout out. Now to answer your question yes it can handle braid espescially 15-20lb braid because the diamater is way thinner than 15-20lb mono. I prefer to throw braid on a baitcaster to be honest but if you need it to it can handle it with ease.
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Absolutely! I have the 6'6" Triumph rod with the Shimano Sedona using 12 lb braid. I am planning to restring with a heavier braid because the diameter of the12 lb braid is equivalent to 4 lb test. Make sure you tie with the double clinch knot.
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Yes, this is a great reel it has smooth casting and return and is a excellent combo with braided line.
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I will be fishing high elevation ponds and lakes in southern Colorado.
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I have the 5' 2-6lb triumph I use for trout. It's very light I mainly fish small streams and Brooks for brookies with trout worms and salmon eggs. I catch trout averaging 10-14" with this setup and it's fun. I'd be worried hooking into a 3 or 4lb brown though, look into the premier series, they are a few dollars more but they carry a larger selection in light action rods.
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I would suggest a 6'-6" and a 6' medium action rod, depending on how big the lakes are, the longer rod for better distance on casts and the shorter for smaller ponds.You can also go with a 7' medium light action rod for the bigger lakes,it has the sensitivity of the light action rod with the back bone of the medium action rod,try and get the moderate fast to fast power rods.I like the fast rod for throwing spinners like Blue Fox and Panther martin.
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The quality of it is the only difference, basically. Like, the feel of the rod tip from each bite, the bend, the durability, all that is generally higher quality with the more expensive rod. Depending on how much that means to you would determine which rod you get. This is the perfect rod for an entry level up to intermediate level fisherman.
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It's the same difference as salt water rods,a 75.00$ rod is made with different materials not necessarily inferior , but generally a $400.00 is of better quality than it's less expensive counterpart.But that does not mean that it's better.I use the Bass Pro Shops Tourney special,it's a $50.00 dollar rod, but it's just as good if not better than a $400.00 rod,as far as I'm concerned. Some people swear by the expensive stuff, but that doesn't make it better!I've tried expensive equipment, and it did not make me a better fishermen,I have some rods that I've paid between$50.00 and $100.00 that I still use 10 years latter,and work just as well now as when they were new!
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The more expensive rod will most likely be lighter, have a better blank, better (higher quality) components & possibly a better (lifetime) warranty.
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I was looking for a rod 6'6" or above in length. Light action. For finesse bass fishing. I'm looking to pair this up with an Abu Garcia 400i series spinning reel. Which one is better.? Plz explain why also.
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I can not speak for the All Star rods since I have never owned one. I do hear good things about them though. I have a Triumph 6' medium light action with a 2500 shimano on it rigged with 8lb fluro and it's a nice durable light setup, it's light enough for crappie and I have hauled in 3lb smallies in Maine.
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My vote would be for the Croix. I have a Triumph, and a Mojo Bass. If you don't have a budget, step up to the Mojo... if you do, the Triumph is still one of the best value's on the market IMHO.
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good for trout?

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i bought a 6' medium action rod and paired it with a shimano sedona 1000fd, would this be good for trout fishing or should i have gone lighter?
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This is a great combo,but I would have gone with the next size reel, because you can hook some big trot, and it's nice to have a little extra line on you spool just in case it goes for a long run, but the combo you chose is great for trout,rod is not to big or to small,perfect for getting in those smaller streams and big enough to get good distance in those bigger bodies of water.I fish for brook trout a lot, and where I live the trout are sea run and they get big,and getting 4 to 6 pound brookies is not unusual, so that is why I prefer a reel with a bit more line capacity.
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I paired the same rod with a shimano solstace and have had great results with trout. You should do fine.
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I have a 6' ML triumph with a shimano Sedona with 8lb fluorocarbon. I would imagine a 2500 size reel would be ok (which is what I have) you could possibly jump up to a 3000 size reel if you wanted
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There are many good reels you could put on that rod. The first question would be how much are you willing to spend?

May I suggest you take a look at the Shimano reels. They're light, smooth, strong & very reliable.

The Sedona 2500FD can be had for around $60. That would make a great match & won't break the bank.

Tight lines!
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Bottom line, yes you can. Freshwater rods just are not manufactured to handle the corrosion of saltwater. After fishing in salt water be sure to spray down your rod and reel with freshwater from a hose to keep it looking good
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I salt water fish only......This rod is excellant for trout,red,flounder, and sheepshead.
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Yes you can use this rod in saltwater, but make sure on the species of fish you are going for. Salt water fishing holds some very large fish that can make a medium action rod into an ultra light. I use my freshwater rods in salt water all the time! Once I'm done, I always,always,always rinse my rod and reel with fresh water as soon as possible, to get the salt residue off my equipment. With regular maintenance it should last for years.Depending how hard you are on your stuff.
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medium vs medium heavy

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I usally buy medium heavy rods for bass fishing. I see that the triumph spinning rods only come in medium. Would this be good for bass fishing?
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Medium rods work very well for bass. Heavy enough for the fight with enough sensitivity to finesse fish.
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medium is the way to go medium heavy is to big for bass fishin. i caught a 12-14 pounder with my bionic blade m 7.0
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