St. Croix Eyecon Walleye Casting Rod
The St. Croix Eyecon Walleye Casting Rod features a unique blank comprised of premium-quality SCII graphite and was designed with the bounce and troll technique in mind. The Eyecon Walleye Casting Rod features Kigan master hand 3D guides to eliminate tangles and allow for smooth line motions. When it comes to premium, affordable walleye rods, the bar has officially been raised.
Eyecon Walleye Casting Rods are St. Croix's most popular design for bottom bouncing, capable of easily handling up to 3 oz. baits. The moderate action of these rods is also ideal for casting medium-to-large crankbaits.
- Premium, high-modulus SCII graphite and linear S-glass
- Technique-specific walleye series designed and built for superior performance
- Kigan master hand 3D guides with slim, strong aluminum-oxide rings and black frames
- Fuji ECS reel seat with black cushioned hood
- Split-grip, premium-grade cork handle with EVA trim
- Two coats of Flex-Coat slow cure finish
- Manufacturer's 5-year warranty
Ratings & Reviews
Best feel rod
by Kid Cleveland -
Bought about ago and I can feel every little tap,bump or tick much better than my old rod . Great value also
Excellent Rod. You can't go wrong with St.Croix!
by Bill -
The rod is my best for what I use it for. Capable of bringing in even larger fish than the rod is designed for! And FishUSA is the best to buy from BAR NONE. I ordered one from them and when it arrived, it was damaged, they promptly sent me another one! The customer service IS top notch. If I have to get anything pertaining to fishing, it will be from FishUSA.
Great rod for the money
by Papa T
Pair this with a Quantum PT S3 (flippin switch to release line one handed) and you have a perfect bottom bouncing setup. We use up to 3 oz weights and there is plenty of spine to hold the weight and still have all the St. Criox sensitivity to feel the bottom. Easily handles big fish. Love the rod but if you have the extra $100 the Legend is a step up in sensitivity plus it is made in the USA
Update to previous review
by Papa T
Update to previous review: after a day of switching back and forth between the Legend and this rod I have to admit the ergonomics of the split handle allows your wrist and palm to lay into a angle that is more comfortable than the straight handle for pulling the heavier bottom bouncers... just saying.