St. Croix Legend Tournament Bass Spinning Rods

St. Croix Legend Tournament Bass Spinning Rods

$270.00 - $310.00
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Model
TD Code
TechniqueLengthPowerActionLine Weight (lb)Lure Weight (oz)Rod Weight (oz)HandlePrice
LBS510MXF
SCR-1751
Skippin5'10
1 pc
MX-Fast8-123/16-5/83.17$270.00 USD
LBS68MLF
SCR-1752
Ned Rig
Split Shot
6'8
1 pc
MLFast4-101/8-3/83.97$280.00 USD
LBS68MXF
SCR-1753
Wacky
Style
6'8
1 pc
MX-Fast6-123/16-5/84.07$280.00 USD
LBS610MLXF
SCR-1754
Drop Shot
Finesse
6'10
1 pc
MLX-Fast6-101/8-1/23.47$280.00 USD
LBS610MXF
SCR-1755
Shaky
Head
6'10
1 pc
MX-Fast6-123/16-5/83.77$280.00 USD
LBS71MF
SCR-1756
Plastics7'1
1 pc
MFast6-123/16-5/84.17$280.00 USD
LBS71MHXF
SCR-1757
Power Swim7'1
1 pc
MHX-Fast8-145/16-3/44.68$290.00 USD
LBS86MLXF
SCR-1758
Hair Jig
Drop Shot
8'6
1 pc
MLX-Fast6-101/8-1/24.79$300.00 USD
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LBS86MXF
SCR-1759
Big
Water
8'6
1 pc
MX-Fast6-121/4-5/86.09$310.00 USD
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St. Croix Legend Tournament Bass Rods have more advanced technology than any other bass rod on the market today. LT Bass Rods have smooth casting power, lightweight balance, extreme sensitivity, rugged durability and striking appearance.

Features:
  • Integrated Poly Curve (IPC) tooling technology. IPC eliminates all transitional points in the rod blank; IPC-engineered rods feature smoother actions, increased strength and greater sensitivity.
  • Advanced Reinforcing Technology (ART). ART is an exotic carbon fiber material that adds a magnitude (10X) of strength with virtually no increase in blank diameter or weight. ART significantly improves the hoop strength of the blank by preventing it from deforming or ''ovaling'' under a severe load, such as a powerful hook set or fish battle. ART is also a critical part of our slim-profile ferrule design.
  • High-modulus/high strain SCIV graphite with FRS in lower section for unparalleled strength and power with reduced weight.
  • High-modulus/high-strain SCV graphite with FRS and carbon-matte scrim for unparalleled strength, durability and sensitivity.
  • Slim-profile ferrules
  • Fuji Torzite tangle-free guides with titanium frames for unrivaled, 100% corrosion-proof performance.
  • Fuji TVS blank-touch reel seat with built-in hood
  • Anodized, machined-aluminum wind check.
  • Super-grade cork handle.
  • Kigan titanium hook-keeper.
  • Two coats of Flex-Coat slow cure finish.
  • Includes protective rod sack.
  • 15-year transferable warranty backed by unmatched St. Croix Superstar Service.
  • Designed and handcrafted in Park Falls, U.S.A.
St. Croix Legend Tournament Bass Rods Features
  • Integrated Poly Curve (IPC) tooling technology. IPC eliminates all transitional points in the rod blank; IPC-engineered rods feature smoother actions, increased strength and greater sensitivity.
  • Advanced Reinforcing Technology (ART). ART is an exotic carbon fiber material that adds a magnitude (10X) of strength with virtually no increase in blank diameter or weight. ART significantly improves the hoop strength of the blank by preventing it from deforming or ''ovaling'' under a severe load, such as a powerful hook set or fish battle. ART is also a critical part of our slim-profile ferrule design.
  • High-modulus/high strain SCIV graphite with NSi resin. Featuring 3M Matrix Resin for unparalleled strength and durability.
  • Fuji K Series Tangle-Free Concept Guides with Alconite rings and polished frames. Ideal for super braid, mono and fluorocarbon lines, the sloped frame and ring ''shed'' tangles before they become a problem.
  • Fuji SK2 split reel seat for the ultimate in light weight and sensitivity.
  • Machined-aluminum wind check and trim pieces.
  • Split-grip/super-grade cork handle.
  • Two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish.
  • Lifetime limited warranty backed by unmatched St. Croix Superstar Service.
  • Designed and handcrafted in Park Falls, U.S.A.

TBS510MXF / Skippin
The perfect choice for low trajectory casts of tubes, grubs and worms under docks and overhanging trees and brush.

TBS68MLF / Split Shot
This lighter power bass rod is ideal for fishing split shot or any applications where light line is required.

TBS68MXF / Wacky Style
An unbelievable finesse rod perfectly suited for working Senko-type baits wacky (weightless) style.

TBS610MLXF / Drop Shot & Finesse
Ideal light-line finesse worm rod for drop shotting. Light tip design allows for shaking with ample backbone for deep-water hook sets.

TBS610MXF / Shaky Head
Designed with William Davis of Davis Bait Company - Shaky Head inventor and St. Croix pro-staffer - so you know it handles his baits exceptionally well. Also a fine choice for unweighted soft plastics and top water baits.

TBS71MF / Plastics
This very popular spinning rod provides extreme versatility and is ideal for fishing tubes, grubs and small worms.

TBS71MHF / Power Spin
St Croix's most powerful spinning rod in the Legend Tournament series is recommended for all techniques and lures that require a lot of power.
5 Stars based on 2 reviews
By Alex
California, MD
Great Rod
April 25, 2015
Me and my wife live on a lake, I enjoy going out and Bass fishing or even casting a worm for crappie. I love this rod. I highly recommend this.
By Tony
Pasadena, MD
Great Rod
October 24, 2014
These are by far my favorite rod for lake fishing. I have this rod set up for using soft plastic baits for small and large mouth bass. never had any issues with them, they have great sensitivity and are strong. I have pulled a lot of bass out of thick cover with these rods.
1 Question & 1 Answer
Johnny
from Knoxville Tennessee asked:
July 18, 2015
What is the difference in the 6'10" shakey spinning rod an the 6' 8" wacky rod in spinning other than length? Has one a softer tip than the other?I like to throw wacky senko,an also skip a lot,an I also like to shackeyhead with 1\16an1\8 oz with culpurit 5 an6" worm .Was hopping could find one rod to do both.What is your susjestions?
1 Answer
The only difference is the length and the lure rating. I believe that either rod would work for both of your applications.
Submitted by: David on July 20, 2015

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