St. Croix Avid X

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Save room for some Avid X rods – featuring classic SCIII graphite blanks with IPC® tooling technology, cork split-grip handles and Kigan’s advanced micro-guide platform that reduces weight while maintaining optimum line-flow efficiency. There’s room for one – or three – right there in that rod rack on the wall.

Features:

Integrated Poly Curve® (IPC®) tooling technology.

Premium, high-modulus SCIII graphite.

Incredibly light, super sensitive and durable.

Slim-profile ferrules.

Kigan Z micro-guide platform reduces weight while maintaining proper stripper guide ring height for optimum line flow efficiency. Z guides feature slim, strong aluminum-oxide rings with gunsmoke frames.

Fuji® reel seat with gunsmoke hood(s).

Split-grip/select-grade cork handle.

Kigan hook-keeper.

Two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish.

15-year transferable warranty backed by St. Croix Superstar Service.

Avid X Casting Rods:
MODELLGTH.PWR. ACTIONPCS.LINE WT.LURE WT.ROD WT. (OZ.)HANDLE
AXC64MXF6'4"MX-Fast18 - 141/4 - 5/83.63
AXC66MF6'6"MFast110 - 171/4 - 5/83.73
AXC66MHF6'6"MHFast112 - 203/8 - 14.23
AXC68MXF6'8"MX-Fast18 - 141/4 - 5/84.23
AXC70MF7'MFast110 - 171/4 - 5/83.83
AXC70MM7'MMod.18 - 141/4 - 5/83.43
AXC70MHF7'MHFast112 - 203/8 - 14.64
AXC70MHM7'MHMod.110 - 203/8 - 14.03
AXC74HF7'4"HFast114 - 253/8 - 1 1/25.05

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St. Croix Avid X

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Sinking into the deep vortex of fishing obsession can lead to some unexpected conclusions. Maybe you finally learn the black magic of carburetor adjustment on an outboard? Or rack up serious frequent flier miles? Or maybe just through the course of acquiring fishing gear, you accumulate a whole bunch?