St Croix Rods & Apparel

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St. Croix Rods & Apparel for performance on the water

Head to the shore with performance-crafted St. Croix fishing rods.

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:

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Expert Advice

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.