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St. Croix Triumph Rod — Medium or Medium Light


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I’m debating between getting a 6ft medium or medium light St. Croix Triumph spinning rod. I would use it while on my kayak for finesse fishing for bass. I like a shorter rod while on the river. I might also use it for crappie fishing. The medium light would definitely be better for crappie, but what do you think about finesse fishing for bass? Thanks! 

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Personally, I prefer a ML for most finesse fishing.

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Medium light as well.  Also, St. Croix's tend to be a hair stiffer than their rating.  So their medium light should fall between some other brand's medium light and medium.  So it would be a good compromise.  

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I actually thought the Medium in this line had a very soft tip for a medium but I would still go with a ML if you are wanting a bass/panfish set up. I fish bass on a UL set up often and its a blast. You could even go with a light model. Not sure if Triumph has one but I think premier does. 

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For a little bit more you can get a bass x. I absolutely love my ml/xf. It is great for finesse up to 1/4ish. You can get away with 3/8oz hair jigs, but thats pushing it.

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