St. Croix Legend Trek Rods

St. Croix Legend Trek Rods

$279.99 - $480.00
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TD Code
LengthPowerActionLine WeightLure WeightRod Weight
3 pcs
MediumFast8-173/8-3/44.64Belize BlueReg Price $400.00Our Price $279.99
3 pcs
Medium HeavyFast10-201/2-1-1/45.74Belize BlueReg Price $420.00Our Price $289.99
3 pcs
HeavyFast15-303/4-26.75Belize BlueReg Price $440.00Our Price $299.99
3 pcs
Extra HeavyFast17-401-37.86Belize BlueReg Price $460.00Our Price $319.99
3 pcs
Medium LightFast6-121/8-1/24.11Belize BlueReg Price $400.00Our Price $319.99
3 pcs
MediumFast8-173/8-3/44.41Belize BlueReg Price $400.00Our Price $319.99
3 pcs
Medium HeavyFast10-201/2-1-1/46.32Belize BlueReg Price $460.00Our Price $319.99
3 pcs
HeavyFast15-303/4-27.43Belize Blue$480.00 USD
The St. Croix Legend Trek Rods are designed for freshwater and saltwater anglers. These rods feature SCIV with fortified resin system and advanced reinforcing technology. Corrosion-proof components provide saltwater anglers protection against the elements.

  • Integrated Poly Curve tooling technology
  • Advanced reinforcing technology
  • High-modulus/high-strain SCIV graphite with FRS
  • Slim-profile ferrules
  • Kigan Master Hand Zero Tangle guide with zirconia rings and titanium frames for ultimate protection against saltwater corrosion
  • Fuji reel seats with exclusive e-finish hoods
  • Super-grade cork handle
  • Corrosion-proof wind check and handle trip pieces
  • 2 coats of flex coat slow-cure finish
  • Rugged rod case with handle and divided polypropylene liner
  • 15-year transferable warranty with St. Croix Superstar Service
  • Made in the U.S.A
5 Stars based on 8 reviews
By Sam
Port Orchard, WA
A work of art!
January 8, 2021
I bought the St.Croix Legend Trek 7 foot, mlf3 travel rod for my annual trips to Sarasota area, for beach and inshore fishing. Paired it with a Penn Battle II 3000 reel, filled with 20 lb, Super Slick braid. It’s the perfect combo. Ideally balanced, light, and casts a mile. For fish up to 10 pounds, plenty of backbone. I caught a 25 pound juvenile tarpon, but that was probably the rod’s upper limit....took 20 minutes to land it. But if you want a rod that will take a fish that size, but is also fun and bends with 1-2 pound inshore fish, this is a great choice.
ProsCorrosion resistant hardware.
ConsSmall con, but would prefer tapered front cork grip instead of this rod?s squared-off front grip.
By J3
More power thsn you'd think
June 17, 2020
7 ft. Mlt trek with stradic fl 3000 weighs nothing.put 20 lb. braid on extra spool for permit on small crabs.crank down drag and will stop a train. Favorite all spinning rig.
By Tony
San Diego, CA
You can find better rods
August 29, 2019
A portable, lightweight rod with a very slim profile. My only issue with it is that it comes apart sometimes when casting. Thankfully, reeling my line brings back the lost piece.
By Andy
Quality high end travel rod.
September 13, 2018
When you have to travel there is no better rod.
ProsDurable travel case Bullet proof finish Good for either salt or fresh water
By Benedick
New York and Singapore
Convenient travel rod with power
August 4, 2017
Pretty well constructed rod which is expected of a $500 rod. This is not as fanciful or as well designed as a Japanese rod of the same price range but gets the job done well with the convenience of being able to reduce to 3 sections. The case is well made and will give sufficient protection but I feel it could be a little more rigid especially when this rod might have to be checked-in on flights and may get bump around or stacked on. I would have preferred for this rod to have single footed guides rather then the double footed for the upper 4 or 5 guides to reduce weight and lower the profile. I would have also preferred for this rod to have a foam grip rather then cork especially since it was design for saltwater use.
ProsStrong and well constructed Fast action Quality finishing
ConsShould have single footed guide in the upper section of the rod to reduce weight and profile No alignment marks for ease of setting up Saltwater rod should have the option of a more lasting foam grip rather than cork
By Gus
Great Falls VA
Very powerful yet still sensitive
July 11, 2016
I bought this to be a travel live bait rod that I could also cast.
I used it on the reef and dragged up a bunch of big snappers with 25lb fluorocarbon.
It performed like a champ. I put big bends on the rod and it did not feel like a travel rod at all
ProsSturdy Powerful Very sensitive Nice casting
ConsNone yet I
By GMwong
New York, NY
The Best travel rod for the urban fisherman.
July 5, 2016
This is the only rod you need to travel with. It's everything the reviews say and more. I fish both saltwater surf and freshwater and it handles everything and being that's it's a ML fast action you get a great fight on any fish but with the confidence you can land very large fish with St croix's advanced technology. I paired this rod with a Shimano Sustain 4000af with 20lb Super Slick and it really casts far. I have tried all the other travel rods and and this one will be the only rod I need now.
By R N.
Well worth it!
February 21, 2016
I finally took the plunge and bought the travel spinning rod that everyone says is the best. No doubt about it; these rods can handle the majority of salt water species in most fishing conditions. Its multi piece construction makes travel with the rod much easier. The rod is very well made, and actually cosmetically as good as any production rod made. Pairs well with larger spinning reels like the 100/120 Quantums, Saltigas, etc..
7 Questions & 7 Answers
Jeff smith
from Colorado asked:
October 15, 2019
I thought I saw where you get a travel case if you buy a Legend Treks?
1 Answer
With this rod you are supposed to receive a Rugged rod case with handle and divided polypropylene liner
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 16, 2019

Jeff smith
from Colorado asked:
October 15, 2019
I'm trying to decide between the the Legend Trek rod for fresh and salt water in either Heavy or Med/H. I have a Penn 6000 spinning reel and used it on a med/heavy rod for inshore in Belize. It handled pretty much everything we caught but we never caught anything larger than 18-20 #s. This summer I will be on Wolleston in Sk for Northern and Costa Rica for inshore for whatever lives there.Any thoughts? .18   
1 Answer
The 7'6 heavy would be a good choice for where you're fishing as well as the Okuma nomad travel series rod in the m/mh 7 foot. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 16, 2019

john peppy
from fl + ny asked:
November 21, 2018
hello and happy thanks giving. ? is a vsb 150 or stella sw6000 overkill for the 10-20 travel rod?
1 Answer
The 5000 or 6000 swb wouldn't be overkill on the LTC76MHF3
Submitted by: Bernie on November 21, 2018

from GA asked:
October 27, 2018
Could the heavy spinning rod handle a 100+ lb tarpon from a boat? If not, what travel rods that you sell can?
1 Answer
The extra heavy should work for you.Here is the link
Submitted by: Bernie on October 29, 2018

from Saginaw, Michigan asked:
February 9, 2020
Which St. Croix Legend Trek Rod would pair best with the Van Staal VR50? Would the LTS76MHF3 be too heavy for the Van Staal VR50?
1 Answer
These rods will pair well with the VR50, especially the LTS76MHF3.
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on February 10, 2020

from Springfield Gardens, NY asked:
March 11, 2017
which one is spinning ?
1 Answer
The models beginning in LTS are the spinning models. You'll find these on the second half of the list.
Submitted by: Devon on March 11, 2017

Mai Tuan
from Vietnam asked:
September 12, 2014
Dear TackleDirect My name is Tuan, from Vietnamese I would like to buy this rod: St Croix Legen Trek rod Do you ship to Vietnam, cost, how long ? Is that in stock ? Thanks Mai Tuan
1 Answer
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Submitted by: Customer Service on September 15, 2014


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