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ST. CROIX ROD: New 6′ 4″ Dream Rod

New 6′ 4″ Dream Rod A versatile, midsize playmaker joins St. Croix Rod’s popular Panfish Series Park Falls, WI (January 10, 2017) – Brian “Bro” Brosdahl looked out over the oppressive, Minnesotan ice. Behind him, two ice houses kept a truck load of clients sequestered from the -20 degree weather outside. But Brosdahl, one of the Midwest’s most prominent outdoorsmen, braved the ... Read More »

ST. CROIX ROD: Black Ice Makes Fish Anxious

Black Ice Makes Fish Anxious St. Croix’s new Legend Black ice rods offer superior sensitivity and extreme performance Park Falls, WI (November 7, 2017) – The words “black ice” spurs anxiety in the mind of the late season winter angler, questioning the quality of the degenerating, porous surface. On winter’s front end, black ice is the fast-forming, crisp foundation that coats the shallows ... Read More »

ST. CROIX ROD: Maximizing Your Musky Trolling

Maximizing Your Musky Trolling New Mojo Musky Trolling rods: put a big hit on predator fish this fall Park Falls, WI (September 26, 2017) – Cover water. Put baits in front of more fish. Trigger giants. These are the reasons we troll for muskies… Big baits, high speeds, short lines and the toughest of freshwater toothy critters place oversized demands ... Read More »

ST. CROIX ROD: Legendary Performance Perpetuates

Legendary Performance Perpetuates St. Croix wows the crowd with the technologically-advanced Legend Tournament Inshore and receives 2017 Best Saltwater Rod award Park Falls, WI (August 14, 2017) – Inshore anglers don’t have much time to contemplate. A slow and steady push-pole through a saltgrass marsh can turn into a scramble to make a seamless cast before your quarry forever spooks. To ... Read More »

ST. CROIX ROD: NEW Legend Tournament Inshore

Tools for Work and Play St. Croix wows recreational and professional anglers with technologically advanced and handcrafted Legend Tournament Inshore Park Falls, WI (June 29, 2017) – Work… There’s a saying, “A bad day fishing is better than a good day at work.” And it gets infinite likes and shares on social media, despite its tiredness. For some anglers, fishing is work. And ... Read More »

St. Croix Rod: New Walleye Weaponry

New Must-Have Walleye Weaponry St. Croix Rod Expands Eyecon® Rod Family with New Medium-Power ‘Big Water’ and ‘Crankin’’ Models, Technological Masterpieces at a Real-World Price Park Falls, WI (December 16, 2016): In the martial arts of walleye fishing, it’s hard to beat jigging, rigging, and cranking for putting the beat-down on marble-eyed opponents. And probably no factor is more important ... Read More »

St. Croix Rod: BASS X Hits the Racks

Put a Big Fat ‘X’ on Your Shopping List St. Croix Rods’ highly anticipated BASS X series now appearing in stores Park Fall, WI (November 7, 2016) – We’ve all gotten caught up in the hoopla around the release of a “life changing” product. Don’t be ashamed if you camped out to own the latest and greatest iPhone. (Now if ... Read More »

St. Croix Rod: New Mojo ICE

Mojo…Defrosted St. Croix expands the ever-popular Mojo lineup, adding namesake ice fishing rods Park Falls, WI (August 9, 2016) – St. Croix has been bringing the Mojo for over a decade. It started with the wildly successful introduction of Mojo Bass. The mojo spread to Muskies; next catfish caught the mojo and now, for Ice fishing 2016-17, the mojo pandemic ... Read More »

St. Croix Rod: Retro is Revolutionary

Retro is Revolutionary Legend Glass Casting Rods win Best Freshwater Rod Award at 2016 ICAST Show Park Falls, WI (July 25, 2016) – St. Croix Rod has accomplished the unthinkable. At a time when high-modulus carbon fiber rules the rod arena, America’s beloved rod builder has pulled off an inspiring “back to the future” performance. Suddenly, fiberglass is cool again. The ... Read More »


Got the Butterflies? Get the Net. St. Croix’s new saltwater-strong Mojo Jig conducts the flight of the butterfly Park Falls, WI (June 8, 2017) – The fiercest fish come from the fathoms. There might be nastier fighters in a Jules Verne league – three miles a measure – but for the sake of realistic man vs. fish tussles with the ... Read More »