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St. Croix Triumph Travel Spinning Rods

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On your next trip on your kayak, take the bite-detecting sensitivity and fish-fighting strength of St. Croix with you. Renowned for finely tuned actions and exacting standards, "Triumph Travel Rods" incorporate well-engineered beauty and function. Premium-quality components include four-piece SCII graphite blanks, aluminum-oxide guides, Fuji® DPS reel seats and top-grade cork handles. Soft carry case included.

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St. Croix Travel Rod

Definitely take a look at these rods if you're in the market for a travel, hiking, or backpacking rod.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Durable, Breaks down into 4 small pieces, Padded Carry Case, Solid Construction, Easy to Put Together, Can Bring Anywhere
Cons:
Doesn't come with a hard tube (has a Carrying Case), With a MSRP of between $100-$120 it's not the cheapest rod
St. Croix Triumph Travel Rod (Product Review)
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