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News From St. Croix

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Go Deep Up Shallow

St. Croix Avid Inshore yields the sensitivity and casting distance for pressured saltwater species
Go Deep Up Shallow

Park Falls, WI (March 14, 2017) – Inshore opportunities abound throughout the Southeast, where anglers target a variety of species every month of the year. Possibly no location receives more attention than Florida’s fabled Mosquito Lagoon and the surrounding waters of the Indian River, where…


A Student of the Lake

St. Croix’s Jesse Wiggins fishes with an open-mind and the Best Rods on Earth
A Student of the Lake

Park Falls, WI (March 8, 2017) – A great football coach once said, “The more you know the better you play.” Makes perfect sense... Picture a quarterback pouring over film, banking to memory the formations and tendencies of a formidable defensive secondary. Heck, the field…


Of Muskies, Misconceptions, and Spinning Tackle

St. Croix goes off the grid with new Premier Musky Spinning Rod
Of Muskies, Misconceptions, and Spinning Tackle

Park Falls, WI  – This isn’t about the poor sap caught on camera with his spinning rod upside down. What matters is that the dude’s heart’s in the right place. He’s fishing. Not golfing, bowling or…


Trollers Rediscover Their Sensitive Side

St. Croix’s five new Eyecon trolling rods let walleye anglers see, feel and CATCH what they’ve been missing
Trollers Rediscover Their Sensitive Side

Park Falls, WI (February 20, 2017) – Unpredictable? Oh yeah. Fickle? Goes without saying. Heck, why don’t we just simply call ‘em plain ol’ picky and be done with it. And if you target what is arguably North America’s choosiest (and…


Casting for School Pride

Oak Mountain High School Fishing Team puts St. Croix’s BASS X to the Test
Casting for School Pride

Yes, football is still king of High School sports, at least in the South. However, many students who play under the Friday night lights are standing on the deck of a bass boat early the next morning, their school colors splattered across a bass fishing…