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St. Croix Avid Crankbait Rods are built with high-modulus SCIII graphite to deliver the highest level of durability and strength possible. The ergonomic cork handles provide extra comfort when casting. A Fuji exposed-blank reel seat and Fuji's remarkable Alconite Concept Guide System complete the package.

Features of St. Croix Premier Crankbait Rods include:

  • Premium, high-modulus SCIII graphite
  • IPC, Integrated Poly Curve tooling technology
  • Extreme strength and durability while maintaining an incredibly light, super-sensitive feel
  • Specialized, technique-specific design
  • Fuji Alconite Concept Guide System with black frames
  • Fuji ECS reel seat/gun-smoke hood
  • Select-grade cork handle
  • Lifetime limited warranty backed by St. Croix Superstar Service

St. Croix Avid Crankbait Rods are made in the U.S.A.


St. Croix Avid Crankbait Rods
AVC70MM7' 0"Med.Moderate18 - 141/4 - 5/83.7
AVC70MHM7' 0"Med. HeavyModerate110 - 203/8 - 14.1
Customer Reviews
 Best crankbaits rod
Pros: light and quality
Cons: nothing
Best Uses: crankbaits lures
Comments: Awesome rod,very ligth and well made. While retrieving your crankbaits using this rod you are able to feel every wobble the lure produces, everytime it hits any type of structure, and of course when fish strikes. A graphite crankbait rod delivers better sensitivity, but other factors like the type and number of guides used (10) and the exposed reel seat also contribute to the sensitivity.Excellent backbone to hook the fish. For the price best rod to buy,better than the St-croix premier.
Erie, PA
 Consistant quality
Pros: Accurate Casting, Flexible, Good Tip Action, Durable, Sensitive
Best Uses: Fresh water baitcaster, Small Fish, Large Fish
Comments: Great crankbait rod with a forgiving tip when used with braided line. Also doubles as a great trolling rod. The flexible nature of this rod lets you enjoy all fish hooked, large or small.
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