Is St Croix good rods?
Is St Croix good rods?
5.0 out of 5 stars St. Croix makes great rods! They are fantastic rods, and are American made! The Avid rods also have a lifetime warranty.
Will St Croix replace my broken rod?
If your rod was damaged due to faulty workmanship, then of course we will cover the cost of the repair or replacement during the warranty period. However, if evidence indicates that the damage is due to an accident, normal wear or neglect, then we’ll advise you of the additional cost to repair or replace your rod.
How long is a St Croix rod warranty?
Croix dealer, the St. Croix rods would carry the manufacturer warranty which can vary from model to model. On the Avid series rods it is a 15 year warranty covering any workmanship issues and product defects, but would not cover wear and tear or customer damage. Let us know if you have any questions!
Where are St Croix rods manufactured?
St. Croix’s facility in Park Falls, Wisconsin manufactures our Legend, Avid, Mojo and other rod series. If you are in northern Wisconsin, be sure to sign up for a facility tour, or stop in to purchase your favorite rod right off the factory floor in our retail store.
Are St Croix rods durable?
St. Croix’s SCII Premium carbon material features mid-modulus graphite fiber with a higher strain rate than fibers commonly used by other rod manufacturers. It’s used to produce sensitive, lightweight rods with great durability like those found in the Mojo Bass, Mojo Musky, Avid, and Avid X rod series.
What makes a good jerkbait rod?
You want to make sure the rod has enough length to allow you to cast the lure a decent distance–without being too long to prevent the proper jerking motion on retrieval. The best length for a solid jerkbait rod is between six-and-a-half and seven feet.
How long does St Croix take to ship?
Standard lead time is 5-8 business days throughout the continental U.S. – delivery dates are not guaranteed and tracking is not provided.
Who owns St Croix rod Company?
the Schluter family
For 40 of its 70 years in business, St. Croix has been owned by the Schluter family…and continues to be today. From day one, St. Croix has completely controlled the rod manufacturing process, which is a source of great pride for Paul.
How old is St Croix rods?
Launched in 1959 with seven spinning and three casting models, the first St.
What makes St Croix rods good?
It’s lightweight with great balance, which means it’s comfortable to fish with all day and produces great leverage. The extra-fast action is great for setting the hook and getting into the rod’s power quickly. For as light as this rod is in the hand, it feels very strong and responsive.
What is St Croix made of?
Each St. Croix blank is constructed of the latest carbon fiber and composite technology to become the foundation for a true masterpiece.
What is the return policy for St Croix rods?
Return shipping is included. Excellerator program forms need to be emailed to: [email protected] *If you broke the tip or top guide of a multi-piece rod, DO NOT break the other sections of the rod. BREAK ONLY THE TOP SECTION.
Where do I Find my St Croix warranty number?
This number is located on the rod blank just above the handle. According to St. Croix’s Service Policy, the date contained in the serial number will be used to determine the beginning of the warranty period, unless the warranty registration information was submitted within 30 days of purchase. Where’s My Model Number?
Where do I find the warranty on my fishing rod?
This number is located on the rod blank just above the handle. According to St. Croix’s Service Policy, the date contained in the serial number will be used to determine the beginning of the warranty period, unless the warranty registration information was submitted within 30 days of purchase. *See Below Chart For Reading Serial Number Codes
Where is the serial number on a St Croix Rod?
Since 2001, every St. Croix rod has a unique serial number. This number is located on the rod blank just above the handle.