St Croix AVSC120HMF2 Avid Series Surf Casting Rod
St. Croix Avid Series Surf rods are built on St. Croix's unique high modulus SCIII graphite woven blanks. Avid Surf rods feature Fuji's K-Series tangle-free, Alconite guides with alconite rings that prevents the line from catching on the frame base of the tip top. Perfect for many lines such as the Super braid, mono, and flourocarbon lines. The St Croix Avid Surf rods are designed for provision of maximum casting distance to anglers. Avid Surf spinning & casting rods are the new standard by which surf rods will be judged.
- High-modulus SCIIIgraphite and SCIIW woven graphite.
- Specialized taper designs for unequalled casting distance.
- Lightweight aluminum-oxide surf guides.
- Fuji's unique "tangle-free" tip top with Alconite ring.
- Fuji DPS reel seat/gun-smoke hoods.
- Custom cork tape handle.
- Two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish.
- Lifetime warranty backed by unmatched St. Croix service.
- Handcrafted in the U.S.A.
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I would recommend this item to a friend.
Super strong rod that loads well.
November 12, 2015
This rod is a bit longer than I wanted, but it is super light, so that helped. Nice looking rod. Definitely was able to throw ten ounces without a problem, and when I got used to it, I was able to load the rod and get the weight out there. Good "heaver" rod without breaking the bank completely.
Pros:Loads well. Nice butt section. Can hand the heavier casting weights as advertised. Although the length distribution of the sections was not 70/30 like the Legend series rods, the top section was only about 7 feet long, which made for easier transport in my station wagon.
Cons:I think that the first guide was a bit close to the reel seat, and set a bit too close to the blank, even for a casting rod.