ECS63MLXF (Vertical Jig) - This model is designed for vertical jigging with lighter weight jigs and is ideal for shallow water angling.ECS63MXF (Vertical Jig) - St. Croix's most popular vertical jig power and action that excels in a variety of depths with multiple lure weights.ECS66MLF/ECS66MLF2 (Jig-N-Rig) - This is an extremely versatile walleye rod design capable of handling many techniques including, of course, jigging and rigging. The two-piece version is for anglers needing the convenience of storage in compact places and traveling.ECS68MXF (Snap Jig) - This popular design is well-suited for powerful jig techniques and fishing in rivers with heavy current. The added length provides improved leverage.ECS70LF (Finesse) - A great light-line, small-lure rod with plenty of backbone for handling large walleye.ECS70MLF/ECS70MLF2 (Riggin’) - This very popular design is ideal for live bait rigging. It also works very well for hand trolling stick baits. The two-piece version is for anglers needing the convenience of storage in compact places and traveling.ECS76MLXF/ECS76MLXF2 (Slip-N-Rig) - A perfect rod for fishing slip bobbers and live bait rigging. This rod provides super leverage. The two-piece version is for anglers needing the convenience of storage in compact places and traveling.ECS80MLF2 (Drift-N-Float) - This rod is just the ticket for all drift and float fishing techniques. It is also a fine live bait rod.
like the eyecon and your store thank you
Got to try out the Eyecon a couple of days on a local lake, haven't hooked anything really good yet but know that the 6' 3" medium light rod will cast 1/16 and 1/8 ounces jigs well and is very sensitive. Hooked and landed several walleye up to 18 inches, can't wait to get into the bigger ones. Can't rate it a 5 until I test it out on some bigger fish!
Great rod for the money.
You cannot be wrong with St.Croix rod. I do like the FishUSA service and price.
Henri ( Montreal Qc,Canada)
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