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St. Croix Triumph Rods

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Opinions? Look to be a nice sub-$100 rod. Do they have reel seats with the blank exposed? What is SCII graphite?

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My buddy picked up a spinning version, they are pretty sensitive, especially for the price. The baitcasting version has a Fuji ECS reel seat, so yes it is an exposed blank seat. SCII is the type of graphite that St. Croix uses for their entry level rods. As far as I know St. Croix makes all of their blanks in-house. Here is a link to the blank guide on their website: http://www.stcroixrods.com/content/blank_materials_guide

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I bought a couple of the casting rods and have since turned them over to my nephew.  For the money they weren't a bad purchase but some suggested in the past that they had issues with the inserts falling out of the line guides.   Neither of the two that I bought had any problems with this.

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OK great guys. What about sensitivity.....compared to ????....you fill in the blank.

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As sensitivity goes, it compares to the mojo and premier.  They all share the same blank material.  Sensitivity is decent.  Good $70 stick.  I'd use it for moving baits rather than bottom contact. 

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