St. Croix Legend Xtreme Inshore Casting Rod, 7'0", Medium Heavy; XIC70MHF

St. Croix Legend Xtreme Inshore Casting Rod, 7'0
St. Croix Legend Xtreme Inshore Casting Rod, 7'0", Medium Heavy; XIC70MHF

The St Croix Legend Xtreme Inshore Casting Rods are specifically forinshore saltwater angling. These rods feature taper enhancementtechnology blank design that provides curved patterns for improvedaction along with increased sensitivity. These St Croix inshore rods arestrong, durable, and sensitive with high modulus/high strain SCVgraphite with FRS and carbon-matte scrim. Super high-modulus SCVIgraphite with FRS in lower section for maximum power and strength withreduced weight. Kigan Master Hand Zero Tangle Guides with zirconiarings/titanium frames for ultimate protection against saltwatercorrosion. Sloped wide leg designs of these guides prevents line tangleswith mono, fluorocarbon, and super braid lines. Made in USA.


  • Integrated Poly Curve tooling technology
  • Advanced reinforcing technology
  • Fuji SK2 split reel seat for lightweight and sensitive feel
  • Xtreme skin handle repels water and dirt, cleans up easily
  • Corrosion-proof wind check and real seat trim pieces
  • 2 coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish
  • 15-year transferable warranty backed by St Croix Superstar Service

Model: XIC70MHF

  • Length: 7'0"
  • Power: Medium Heavy
  • Action: Fast
  • Pieces: 1
  • Blank Construction: Graphite
  • Handle Construction: Xtreme-Skin
  • Handle Number: 2
  • Reel Seat: Fuji SK2
  • Guides: Zirconia Rings and Titanium Frames
  • Rod Weight: 5.5 oz.
  • Line Weight: 10-20 lbs.
  • Lure Weight: 1/2 - 1-1/4 oz.

Item # 758319 - $379.99
After Rebate - $329.99
Rebate offer expires 12/24/2013

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