St. Croix Legend Tournament Walleye Spinning Rod - 7' 0" Light - Fast

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Unusual hardships confront the devoted walleye and musky angler. With so many hours dedicated to fishing – especially at the tournament level – it can be hard to conduct a normal life. Fortunately most tackle boxes house a pair of shears – a line clipper at least – and in moderately skilled hands these can keep you looking somewhat presentable. Presentable enough to be seen with a St. Croix Legend Tournament Walleye or Musky rod, at least. Super light, powerful and finished with advanced components, both series feature SCIV blanks and St. Croix’s exclusive ART and IPC technology as well as FRS for incredible durability. Clearly the preferred choice of the hardcore – haircut or not.
St. Croix Legend Tournament Walleye Spinning Rod - 7' 0" Light - Fast

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Integrated Poly Curve (IPC) tooling technology.
Advanced Reinforcing Technology (ART).
High-modulus/high-strain SCIV graphite with FRS for unparalleled strength and durability.
Technique-specific musky and walleye series features unrivaled technology and performance.
Fuji K-Series Concept Tangle Free 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.
Split-grip/super-grade cork handle.
Slim-profile ferrules.
Machined-aluminum wind check.
Two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish.
Lifetime limited warranty backed by St. Croix Superstar Service.
Designed and handcrafted in the Park Falls, U.S.A.

Additional Information

SKU 0300-0302
Manufacturer # LTWS70LF
UPC 780647075998
Manufacturer St. Croix
Power Light
Rod Action Fast
Length 84"
Pieces 1
Weight 3.2
Line Weight 4 - 8
Lure Weight 1/16 - 1/4

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