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Muskie Fishing -> Lures,Tackle, and Equipment -> Opinions on St.Croix Premier 9’ Rubber Rod - PM90XHF
 
Message Subject: Opinions on St.Croix Premier 9’ Rubber Rod - PM90XHF
oconesox
Posted 3/5/2023 4:31 PM (#1018652)
Subject: Opinions on St.Croix Premier 9’ Rubber Rod - PM90XHF





Posts: 275


Location: Oconomowoc, WI
Looking for people’s thoughts on the Premiere PM90XHF. I’m considering getting one and putting a Thanx 500PG on it for ripping rubber and cranks. I’ve already got a big nasty and a big dawg for comparison but they are both split grips and beat up the ribs pretty good.

Thanks in advance for your opinions!

Andy
upnortdave
Posted 3/5/2023 4:37 PM (#1018654 - in reply to #1018652)
Subject: RE: Opinions on St.Croix Premier 9’ Rubber Rod - PM90XHF




Posts: 655


Location: mercer wi
Pmd you
Analfin
Posted 3/6/2023 9:52 AM (#1018667 - in reply to #1018654)
Subject: Re: Opinions on St.Croix Premier 9’ Rubber Rod - PM90XHF




Posts: 9


I like mine . It takes a beating well.
JPT619
Posted 3/7/2023 12:48 PM (#1018697 - in reply to #1018652)
Subject: Re: Opinions on St.Croix Premier 9’ Rubber Rod - PM90XHF




Posts: 2


St Croix Rubber Rod is awesome. However, the Tranx I put on it is a huge disappointment. First reel to have the level wind ice up and stop working in the fall when others (like older Calcuttas) keep grinding through the freezing temps. Great warm weather reel, but a POS in freezing temps.
K and M tackle
Posted 3/8/2023 5:45 PM (#1018764 - in reply to #1018652)
Subject: Re: Opinions on St.Croix Premier 9’ Rubber Rod - PM90XHF




Posts: 40


I use a 8.6 and just got a 9 for rubber. I love them. Musky shop shield rod is great for it too. I run a lexa 400hd on them for rubber. Have had great luck with them. Will run to tranx next time I have a blow up. They always felt a bit bulky and heavy to me.
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