InvokeFifth

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  1. Slow down, cowboy. I never said that St. Croix is a "crappy" rod. In fact, I think they're excellent. I also neither said nor suggested that expensive tackle makes one a better fisherman. You recently quit smoking?
  2. Of course the cost of the warranty is built in to the price of the rod. Perhaps St. Croix should use that money to build a better rod.
  3. Obviously, you’re not a golfer.
  4. One year warranty does not suck. If there is a problem with the rod you’ll find it within a year. A lifetime warranty is great because it warranties against fisherman error.
  5. If the Suzuki 9'6" rod is so great, than why buy the Striper Surf 9'6" model for over $400?
  6. Anymore like it?
  7. Any idea when they'll be available? Mr. White, are you out there?
  8. Yes, throws lower end of weight spectrum well, but I don't believe I've thrown less than 3/4 oz buck tails. I found 9' too short, but the 9'6" I find perfect. I fish back bays and harbors mostly and occasionally big surf. Paired with the vs150, I can throw it all day. It's fun on schoolies and will handle the bigger ones too. I highly recommend it and don't think you'll be disappointed. I have Lamiglas, ODM and Black Hole and the Century is my go to rod. I will add that I don't think the other rods I mentioned would disappoint either. Good luck.
  9. Cheers
  10. Century ss1145: 9'6" 3/4 to 3oz. I have mine paired with vs150. Love this combo. Light and strong.
  11. Aren't you full of yourself? You should keep you condescending advice to yourself.
  12. That’s exactly what I’m looking for: opinions. Thanks
  13. Thought I'd get more responses. Thanks to those who did.
  14. What's the best tail hook? Treble? Single? Single with bucktail? How do you fish it? Thanks.
  15. Closing and keeping.