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New St. Croix Ice Rod Blanks?

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What's your opinion on the new St. Croix ice rod blanks. Anybody know what St. Croix is selling the finished rods for?
Thanks in advance,
Brad

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I bought the medium St Croix Rod at Gander Mountain for $28. I use it for walleyes while jigging and am very impressed with the rod so far. Very sensitive and can feel if the half minnow is fouled or fell off the hook.

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I don't believe Gander Sells the Blanks. It is a fully assembled Ice Rod (No Reel). Find out what Gander he got one for $28. I haven't seen them under $39.99. Gander is carrying 5 different weights and lenghts, from 24" to 32" and Medium to Ultra Lite.

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Yeah I saw that capras had them for $39.99...who are they kiddin.

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It was the Gander in St. Cloud and it was a 28# M. I bought it in early November so the price could have changed since then.

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I picked up the 24" UL and the 28" M at Gander for $29.99 each. I love both rods, super sensitive, especially with 4lb fireline. If you see the rods for more than $29.99, make them call any of the stores in the west metro area. I've been to all three, and they all have the rods for $30.00.

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