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St. Croix Bass X Casting Rod - 2020 Model

Item No.: 135513

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BXC66MFSKU: 135513
6' 6"
Line Weight
10 - 17 lbs.
Lure Weight
1/4 - 5/8 oz.
Rod Weight
3.9 oz.
Stock: 0


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Product Details

The St. Croix Bass X Casting Rod was designed and built for passionate bass anglers to perform well across all bass fishing techniques. Built with premium SCII graphite, this rod offers outstanding performance, durability, and sensitivity needed for competitive bass fishing. It is outfitted with hard aluminum-oxide guides to ensure smooth line management while eliminating tangles. The premium Fuji ECS reel seat will perfectly hold your favorite reel securely. By combining all of these high-end features with a sturdy design, it will quickly become your favorite bass rod.

  • Designed and built for passionate bass anglers
  • Premium quailty SCII graphite
  • Hard aluminum-oxide guides with black frames
  • Fuji ECS reel seat with black hood
  • Split-grip/premium-grade cork handle
  • Two coats of Flex-Coat slow cure finish
  • 5-year warranty backed by St. Croix Superstar Service

Ratings & Reviews

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Bass X Rods


I have the 7-11 rod. I love it. I can pitch, throw the A-rig, and frog fish with it. I pulled a 8lb largemouth out of the lily pads with no problems

St. Croix Bass X Casting Rod


I like the rod however might be to early to review since I haven't caught anything with this rod yet shore fishing fall with winter weather hasn't left me with lots of opportunities as of yet, but happy with purchase nothing to complain about and works well with my Revo X reel.

St Croix Bass Rod


Love the new rod !!!

Quality at a fair price


For under $140 these guys really feel like a sturdy rod and well put together. If you're hust begining out in bass fishing this is a great rod. It does cost a bit if you're on a budget BUT this really does the trick. I have the 7'11 heavy for umbrella rigs, pitching in heavy thick cover, and frogging in thick thick cover. This yanks them out with ease.