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St Croix Imperial 9/10

I have a St Croix Imperial 9/10 14 ft 3 piece. It was given to me, but I don't use the rod. I would put a price on this rod but not sure what to ask. It has been used only a few times and is in excellent condition. So make me a reasonable offer and I will see where it goes. $150.00
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The rod is still available.
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The rod I learned on, a great stick that can do it all. I would think 150 would be fair, there are much lighter rods for only a bit more for beginners these days.
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The rod I learned on, a great stick that can do it all. I would think 150 would be fair, there are much lighter rods for only a bit more for beginners these days.
I concur
I also learned on that rod and often thought about re-purchasing one to have around.
This rod is designed around a 9/10 salmon DT. I used a DT10 most of the time and the rod could tame it well.
It was great with long shooting heads like a scandi 38ft @ 555 grains.

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Also learned to cast on the rod—still have it, and use it once in a while. Though heavy, I’m always amazed at how well it casts.

Even 3lb fish put a nice bend in it, definitely not a 9/10 by today’s standards.
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