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I'm getting a revo sx and want to pair it up with either a medium powered duckett ghost or a st. croix primere cranking rod. I have heard good things about the duckett's but need info on the st. croix, i hear from a lot of people that the st. croix brand is on point but i'd like to know what anyone on here would choose and why?  

 

the st. croix is only 20$ more than the duckett.

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I like St. Croix. I have no experience with the Duckett,  but I don't really like the way they look. I like St Croix stuff because I can feel the quality. If the $20 is a deal breaker though, get the Duckett. 

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I like St. Croix. I have no experience with the Duckett,  but I don't really like the way they look. I like St Croix stuff because I can feel the quality. If the $20 is a deal breaker though, get the Duckett. 

thats the thing I'm willing to spend the extra 20 for the quality.

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What size cranks and kind of cover and length rod you looking for. 

There is a St Croix Avid on sale for $108 is 6'6" MH Moderate 3/8-1oz lure. Seems most like a little longer rod for cranks though.

You wanting Medium duckett so this Avid may be too much power but just ponting it out to you.

http://stcroixrods.com/shop/freshwater/

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What size cranks and kind of cover and length rod you looking for. 

There is a St Croix Avid on sale for $108 is 6'6" MH Moderate 3/8-1oz lure. Seems most like a little longer rod for cranks though.

You wanting Medium duckett so this Avid may be too much power but just ponting it out to you.

http://stcroixrods.com/shop/freshwater/

I'll check it out thanks.

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