St. Croix Premier Musky Rods

St. Croix Premier Musky Rods

Built from St. Croix's premium SCII graphite, Premier Musky rods are not only diehard musky rods, but some of the finest big bass rods you'll ever find.

$200.00 - $260.00
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TD Code
TypeLengthPowerActionLine WeightLure WeightRod WeightHandlePrice
PM70MHF
SCR-0550
Casting7'
1 pc
Medium HeavyFast30-65lb3/4-3oz7.5oz2$200.00 USD
PM70MHF2
SCR-0899
Casting7'
2 pc
Medium HeavyFast30-65lb3/4-3oz7.7oz2$220.00 USD
PM70HF
SCR-1403
Casting7'
1 pc
HeavyFast40-80lb2-6oz8.6oz2$210.00 USD
PM70HF2
SCR-0900
Casting7'
2 pc
HeavyFast40-80lb2-6oz7.9oz2$230.00 USD
PM70XHF
SCR-1404
Casting7'
1 pc
X-HeavyFast50-100lb3-8oz8.5oz2$210.00 USD
PM76MHF
SCR-0553
Casting7'6''
1 pc
Medium HeavyFast30-65lb3/4-3oz9.6oz3$220.00 USD
PM76HF
SCR-0901
Casting7'6''
1 pc
HeavyFast40-80lb2-6oz9.4oz3$220.00 USD
PM80MHF
SCR-0903
Casting8'
1 pc
Medium HeavyFast30-65lb3/4-3oz9.8oz3$220.00 USD
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PM80HF
SCR-0732
Casting8'
1 pc
HeavyFast40-80lb3-8oz10.0oz3$220.00 USD
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PGM80HM
SCR-0516
Casting8'
1 pc
HeavyModerate20-60lb1-8oz11.5oz $230.00 USD
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PM80XHF
SCR-1405
Casting8'
1 pc
X-HeavyFast50-100lb6-12oz10.3oz3$230.00 USD
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PM86MHF
SCR-1406
Casting8'6''
1 pc
Medium HeavyFast30-65lb3/4-3oz10.4oz3$230.00 USD
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PM86HF
SCR-1140
Casting8'6''
1 pc
HeavyFast40-80lb3-8oz10.6oz3$230.00 USD
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PM86XHF
SCR-0733
Casting8'6''
1 pc
X-HeavyFast50-100lb6-12oz11.8oz4$230.00 USD
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PM90XHF
SCR-1797
Casting9'
1 pc
X-HeavyFast50-100lb8-16oz14.6oz5$240.00 USD
PM90HF2
SCR-1408
Casting9'
2 pc
HeavyFast40-80lb3-8oz17.2oz5$250.00 USD
PM90MHF2
SCR-1407
Casting9'
2 pc
Medium HeavyFast30-65lb3/4-3oz16.8oz5$250.00 USD
PM90XHF2
SCR-1409
Casting9'
2 pc
X-HeavyFast50-100lb6-12oz17.8oz5$260.00 USD
Handcrafted from premium SC graphite with ultra-hard SiC tip tops, St. Croix Premier Musky rods are not only diehard musky rods, but some of the finest big bass rods you'll ever find.
St. Croix Premier Musky Rods Features
  • Premium-quality SCII graphite.
  • Outstanding strength, sensitivity and hook setting power.
  • Finely tuned actions and tapers for superior performance under specific conditions.
  • Batson Forecast hard aluminum-oxide guides with double-plated black chrome frames.
  • Flanged SiC tip top.
  • Fuji ESC or TCS reel seat/frosted silver hood.
  • Premium-grade cork handle.
  • Two Coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish.
  • 5-year warranty backed by unmatched St. Croix Superstar Service.
5 Stars based on 12 reviews
By Bill
Camden County Ga
St Criox pm76mhf premier Musky Rod
October 28, 2018
I use it for Bull Reds and Tarpon.It measures up well , sensitive tip but strong,great with circle hooks
By Daniel
Miami
Light and strong rod
September 6, 2018
very good fishing rod, very light
By William
Delran, NJ
PGM80HM
July 31, 2017
Love this rod. I use this rod when I am live lining bunker for striped bass. I have it paired with a Penn lever drag and set to a low setting. This rod has a ton of backbone. I like a moderate action for this type of fishing since it is more forgiving reducing the likelihood for slack in the line.
ProsNice moderate action Plenty of backbone
ConsWish they made a saltwater version to ensure longevity.
By Michael
Warminster, Pa
Great Rod for the Old Grounds
January 20, 2016
I use this rod chasing fluke on the wrecks. Very sensitive , light weight & strong
Just a great all around rod.
By Michael
Central, Illinois
Easily transported 9 foot rod!
May 5, 2015
I had to try out a St Croix 2 piece Musky rod. There are times the long rods we use today just cant be taken along. I wanted a nine foot Musky rod that would fit in:
my truck bed, a car's passenger compartment, airline luggage parameters, private planes, etc. At pennies over 6 feet long when disassembled, this is a quality, heavy duty rod that meets those requirements and is a pleasure to use. The joint is extremely strong and the rod performs no differently than my one piece models. If you need portability in an extra heavy Musky rig, look no further. Reading the specs made me leery of the weight. Despite this the rod feels very light in the hand, maybe because it is so well balanced. Highly recommended.
ProsBalanced. Portable. Solid.
ConsNone
By Michael
Central, Illinois
Surprisingly lightweight
December 31, 2014
After fishing my new Premier I am totally impressed! I have a St Croix Slingblade in this same length and wanted a second, stiffer rod for the huge Bucktails and Bulldawgs that overloaded the rod I had. Expected a "throw in the boat" kind of rod, got a rod that is now favored above my (expensive) Legend series. The rod is lightweight, strong, and has fatter, longer cork handles than my other St Croix Musky rods. This rod stands above all my other Musky rods and is the new favorite!
ProsLightweight, strong, reasonable price point.
ConsNone.
By Chol
Silver Spring, MD
Great quality rod
September 26, 2014
I do allot of fishing for blackfish and fluke off head boats. Great lightweight quality rod with allot of backbone.
By Chris
Chatham, MA
Excellent Trolling Rod
August 3, 2014
I use this rod to troll for Striped Bass. The tip is sensitive but the strong lower section and the length allow you to handle large fish. Coupled with a lightweight reel, like an Avet, it is light enough for me to troll with it one handed easily.
By Emmanuel
Union city, NJ
Great rod
May 15, 2014
Great rod I have it paired with an Avet SX. I use it for all types of fishing. Tough enough to handle blues and stripers and light enough to feel that fluke bite.
By Stephen
Knoxville, TN
Melton Hill muskies beware!
December 14, 2013
Great rod, heavy enough to throw 2-3 ounce lures yet enough flex to not kill your back for work on Monday. Throwing 1 ounce rubber shads to 3 ounce pencils and bombers. Combined with a Ming Yang MC500 pulled a 48" Muskie from the roots without concern, and numerous 20-25# stripers hangin around the skips at the fossil plant. Not my first st. Croix rod but the first one I fell in love with immediately. Very comfortable cork handles, very nice color, every guide perfectly in-line, and made in the U.S.A. What's not to love?
ProsTraditional cork grip Lightweight Shorter handle
ConsLack of butt cap for climbing over rocks. My rod is often my walking stick.
By Michael
Pontiac, IL 61764 USA
High quality rod!
July 16, 2013
I've owned this rod over six years and enjoy fishing it. At its max lure weight range, it sometimes creaks a bit so I tend to throw lighter Bucktails with it. Never a problem fighting, or landing fish. 8' long is my overall favorite length for casting rods. If Northern Pike are in the area, this is my go to rod.
ProsWell made Musky rod. Best for lighter lures in the spring.
By Seung
gainesville, va
nice rod
November 19, 2012
i have 7.6 mh, using bottom fishing( tog, cod, offshore sea bass) it works great!!, will have couple of more.
Proslight a lot of back bone. senstive.
4 Questions & 5 Answers
Chris Reid
from Toronto, Ontario, Canada asked:
May 1, 2019
I need a 2 piece rod for musky fishing so that I can put it in my rod case. Max length can be 7‚€™ 6‚€. So should I get a longer rod like 9‚€™ that breaks down to fit, or go with a one piece 7‚€™6‚€ one piece? I am wanting to throw heavier lures also. Planned reel is a Shimano Tranx 400 series.

Please advise. Also will you ship to Canada, and if so what are the charges?

Thanks,

Chris 

2 Answers
The one piece rod would be 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 2, 2019
One piece rods always tend to be stronger so I would lean towards that. We do ship to Canada and shipping(without duties and taxes) would be $80.36



Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 9, 2019

Ligma
from Norfolk, Va asked:
January 13, 2019
Which would fit best on a shimano tranx 400hg for cobia?
1 Answer
The 7 foot xh would pair up well, but that would be on the larger side of Cobia.
Submitted by: Bernie on January 14, 2019

MJ
from NY asked:
October 22, 2017
No picture of handles 1 2 3 4 only 5 6 7
1 Answer
Click on the individual rods you are interested in. Those pages will have the correct handles shown and they are labeled.
Submitted by: John on October 23, 2017

Ronilo
from Parulan, Plaridel, Bulacan asked:
November 15, 2012
Would this rod work fine in saltwater?
1 Answer
Yes, These are a very popular saltwater rod as well. The action is desinged specifically for musky but they also work well for a number of saltwater applications. the components are the same used on the Saltwater rods.
Submitted by: Customer Service on November 15, 2012

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