Matt Caraco

Need some input on st.croix rods

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Just go on the St Croix site. They have them for sale as replacement tips. Maybe check out serial numbers at the shop before you decide to order one online.

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Thanks sandbar, got It figured out thought I needed to use a warranty or something to get a top section, currently I like the 10’6 3/4-4 and of I can buy a top section for only 35 which is what it’s listed for on thier website for the 2-6oz then I could buy one rod and switch the top section for the 2-6 as well as get an 11 for heavier jigs and plugs and what not 

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2 hours ago, Matt Caraco said:

Thanks sandbar, got It figured out thought I needed to use a warranty or something to get a top section, currently I like the 10’6 3/4-4 and of I can buy a top section for only 35 which is what it’s listed for on thier website for the 2-6oz then I could buy one rod and switch the top section for the 2-6 as well as get an 11 for heavier jigs and plugs and what not 

Yep basically two rods for the price of one. A good deal, you might even find yourself using the 10'6" in the canal more than the 11".

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9 hours ago, Matt Caraco said:

Thanks sandbar, got It figured out thought I needed to use a warranty or something to get a top section, currently I like the 10’6 3/4-4 and of I can buy a top section for only 35 which is what it’s listed for on thier website for the 2-6oz then I could buy one rod and switch the top section for the 2-6 as well as get an 11 for heavier jigs and plugs and what not 

Great idea i wonder if i can get a 9' 3/4 - 4 tip section for my 9' 1 - 4. I find my 1 - 4 a little stiff.

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On 3/4/2018 at 9:42 AM, Sandbar1 said:

I believe they fixed the issue with the reel seats. At least I've never had a problem with my 10'6 mojo.

The mojo is a good rod. I think the 11 ft 3-8 would make a great canal jigging rod. Then i'd pick up the 10'6'' 2-6 rod for throwing plugs in the ditch.

The great thing with the 10'6" models is that the rod but can take both the 2-6 and 3/4 -4 tip sections. You can buy replacement tips online.

Get the 2-6 tip and for $35 extra you can have the 3/4- 4 tip from the St Croix website.

Basically you get your 3-8 for jigging, 2-6 for plugging the canal and 3/4 -4 for light plugging /eeling, all for the price of two rods (discounted) +$35.

That's a great deal right there.

couldn't have said it better

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