October 5, 2022

St. Croix Legend Elite Rods


Hey, Dave Colley here with FishUSA at ICAST 2015 to tell you about our new very exciting product called the St. Croix Legend Elite Series.

It has been completely redesigned. This rod has always had our SC sticks combined with our SC five carbon. It’s now designed as a lighter rod with new Fuji componentry, a brand new Fuji casting seat and a new fuji reel seat on the spinning rod that is a touch-through seel. Your hands are almost literally on the blank right now.

Also incorporated into this series of rods is the new Fuji Torzite guide. You’ll be able to see that these guides are light, small, compact, have a titanium frame and made with the new material called Torzite. Torzite is 50% slicker than Fuji SIC material. They’ve improved upon their own guides and we’re incorporating their best guides and our best rod.

These rods are lighter, more sensitive than they’ve ever been, with all of our technology. ART, IPC, TET Tapering Enhancement Technology, fortified resin technology. They’re packed with technology.You’ll know as soon as you pick one of these rods up that this is the best rod on earth. In spin, you’ve got a 6’ light all the way up through a 7’6” medium, with one piece and two piece models. Also in spin are salmon and steelhead models from 8.5’ through 9.5’, incorporating all of this technology well.

We also have six casting models. 7’ medium, medium heavy, all the way up through a 7.5’. We also have new this year, the Musky series. Legend elite Musky has never been introduced and this is the lightest Musky rod on the market today. There are 6 models, starting at a 7’6” extra heavy all the way up to a 9’ heavy. These are lightest Musky rods you’re ever going to feel. Please stop at FishUSA and check these new models out.

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