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St. Croix St. Croix® Bank Robber Fly Rods

Woven graphite reel seat Anodized aluminum hardware Fast-action High-modulus, high-strain SCV graphite blank Feature NSi (Nano Silica) resin Machined reel seat includes hook keeper stationsIncludes rod tube with divider liner   Designed specifically for streamer fishing but adaptable to many other styles, the fast-action St. Croix Bank Robber Fly Rod is built on a high-modulus, high-strain SCV graphite blank reinforced with SCVI graphite in the lower sections. The St. Croix Bank Robber is the first of two rods to feature NSi (Nano Silica), an innovative new 3M™ matrix resin. These rods excel at throwing husky streamers at monster fish. The reel seat is machined to include hook keeper stations. Includes rod tube with divider liner. Featuers a woven graphite reel seat with anodized aluminum hardware.
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I fish for large and smallmouth bass with large heavy streamers. I use both floating and sink-tip lines. Is this rod right for me?

asked 3 years, 4 months ago
by
JBunnell
on St. Croix® Bank Robber Fly Rods
3 answers
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answer 1
This rod was more designed for trout and the streamers associated with that style of fishing.

If you are looking for a great streamer rod i would go with the Sage Bass series. They are great rods and have different weights for bluegill al lteh way up to peacock bass.

I have fished the largemouth rod and it is great. I wil lbe picking up the bluegill or smallmouth rod here shortly.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
by
Flyfish4bass
answer 2
No, ST Croix poles are poor performers with really bad warranty support. I would look at other manufacturers
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
by
Tok2Tok
 - Oregon, Alaska, California
answer 3
You normally use anywhere from a 5 to an 8 weight fly line. Use an 8 weight fly rod when they are using large streamers.
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answered 3 years, 3 months ago
by
BPSResource7
 - springfield, mo
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