St. Croix Rods & Apparel
Learn More: St. Croix Fishing Rods, Apparel & More
Head to the shore with performance-crafted St. Croix fishing equipment.
From freshwater at the lake to the salty air of the seashore, find equipment best-suited for your environment, game fish and skill level. St. Croix rods, reels and accessories are designed with the latest angling technology—so you can bring in your catch with ease.
Relish your time by the water with gear from this leading fishing brand. Explore the collection:
Get advanced design and performance with traditional craftsmanship. St. Croix fishing rods offer the right balance of strength and sensitivity on the water. From high-performance bass rods to distance-maximizing saltwater models, shop the entire St. Croix collection.
Keep in mind these details:
- Fiberglass rods are great for beginners. They require little maintenance and offer adequate strength on the water.
- Advanced anglers often go for graphite rods, with blend superior strength with lightweight feel. These agile rods perform well in most fishing situations.
- St. Croix rods are classified by their power. Select from rods ranging from ultra-light to ultra-heavy power. Different rod powers help you handle a specific range of lure weights and line sizes. For example, a saltwater angler may opt for a rod with increased power.
- The action of your rod denotes where it flexes along the bank. Fast action rods flex near the tip, while slow action rods flex in the butt section.
- St. Croix fishing apparel is designed for a lightweight, relaxed fit that keeps you comfortable during your fishing trip.
St. Croix fishing rods can be categorized as casting, conventional and spinning rods. Learn more:
- Casting/Conventional Rods: Designed to have the reel and guides on the top, casting rods are effective for anglers looking to cast several hundred times during a fishing trip.
- Spinning Rods: Ranges in length from 5 to 8 feet, positioning the reel and guides on the bottom of the pole to provide smooth, accurate casts.
- Saltwater Casting/Conventional rods: The reel and line are located on top of the rod, and the trigger grip lets you securely clutch the rod while releasing the thumb bar.