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St. Croix Triumph Freshwater Casting or Spinning Rod

slicklupaka 1,506 1,208 August 3, 2016 at 07:11 PM in Fishing (4) More St. Croix Shop Deals
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Promoted 08-05-2016 by brisar at 06:02 AM View Original Post
St.Croix Rods has St. Croix Triumph Freshwater Casting Rod or Spinning Rod on sale for $60. Shipping is free. Thanks slickupaka

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St. Croix has a guide to figure out which rod may be best for you. - brisar

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Edited August 3, 2016 at 07:16 PM by kh0rneflakes
Totally Triumphant...for $60.00!
For a limited time, St. Croix Triumph X Spinning & Casting rods are all priced at $60.00. Own a dramatically priced St. Croix rod without sustaining any Black Friday injuries and... SHIPPING's FREE ($60.00 total savings)!

Triumph X Freshwater Casting Rods [stcroixrods.com]

Four models to choose from.

There are deals. And then there are "lie to your boss and knock over little old ladies" sort-of-deals. Truthfully, our deal on Triumph X Spinning & Casting rods qualifies for the latter, but we're going to let you peacefully seal the deal online and over the phone in a Zen-like state.

WHILE SUPPLIES LAST

SPECIAL OFFER: FREE SHIPPING (CONTIGUOUS USA ONLY)

Sale Price: $60.00

Compared at: $100.00

You Save: $40.00


Triumph X Freshwater Spinning Rods [stcroixrods.com]

Nine models to choose from.

There are deals. And then there are "lie to your boss and knock over little old ladies" sort-of-deals. Truthfully, our deal on Triumph X Spinning & Casting rods qualifies for the latter, but we're going to let you peacefully seal the deal online and over the phone in a Zen-like state.

WHILE SUPPLIES LAST

SPECIAL OFFER: FREE SHIPPING (CONTIGUOUS USA ONLY)

Sale Price: $60.00

Compared at: $100.00

You Save: $40.00
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#3
With the free shipping these are a pretty sweet deal, could make a good beginner rod
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#4
ok, I bought one last time when they had a deal like this... I don't know much about these. I would like one that I can fish for bass with... something that can handle a little weight, but I'm definitely not looking for 50 pound monsters or anything. Which one should I get?
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ok, I bought one last time when they had a deal like this... I don't know much about these. I would like one that I can fish for bass with... something that can handle a little weight, but I'm definitely not looking for 50 pound monsters or anything. Which one should I get?

In general, all these are fine for use with lake fish such as bass. But the actual length and action of the rod depends on preference and what types of lures you use.

Found this on the site which should help people pick which rod will work for them.
http://stcroixrods.com/products/f...triumph-x/
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Last edited by TimgusN August 4, 2016 at 07:40 PM. Reason: added more information
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Quote from PinkyToe View Post :
ok, I bought one last time when they had a deal like this... I don't know much about these. I would like one that I can fish for bass with... something that can handle a little weight, but I'm definitely not looking for 50 pound monsters or anything. Which one should I get?
My preference is a medium lightweight for bass fishing. At most a medium.
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#7
For those of you who are not sure what casting rod, use this as a reference. It gives you the action of the rod and lure weight recommended / line weight for each. Thanks Op!

http://www.cabelas.com/product/St...D639511380

-Xzi
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#8
Also, don't forget about your Hoo Rag free(plus 2.95$ SH with purchase of a St Croix Rod)

• Receive a Free St. Croix Hoo-Rag with purchase of a St. Croix rod and a chance to win a Free Rod. Mail in offer. $2.95 S&H. Valid through August 31, 2016.

http://www.cabelas.com/assets/pdf...-31-16.pdf
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#9
I'll pass on the foam grip: I prefer the cork.
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#10
This is a decent deal for someone I know.

I know a girl who needs a good pole.
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#11
Amazing rods! Bought two of the med-lights on the last fp deal... just outstanding if not overkill
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Quote from avalonowner View Post :
This is a decent deal for someone I know.

I know a girl who needs a good pole.
me too
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#13
damn. so many options. quite confusing. will read those guides
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Quote from TimgusN View Post :
In general, all these are fine for use with lake fish such as bass. But the actual length and action of the rod depends on preference and what types of lures you use.

Found this on the site which should help people pick which rod will work for them.
http://stcroixrods.com/products/f...triumph-x/
Don't forget this, it's a power and action diagram.

http://stcroixrods.com/why-st-cro...er-action/
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Quote from PinkyToe View Post :
ok, I bought one last time when they had a deal like this... I don't know much about these. I would like one that I can fish for bass with... something that can handle a little weight, but I'm definitely not looking for 50 pound monsters or anything. Which one should I get?
Depends on spinning or casting reel. I like a lighter rod with spinning and would go with a ML (medium light) and I would go a bit heavier with casting so a M (medium.)

I would be looking at the TXS66MLF or the TXS66MLF2 for spinning. The "2" at the end indicates that it is a two piece. I would be looking at the TXC66MF or the TXC70MF for casting depending on what length you prefer.
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