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opinions on st croix mojo rods #10636132 02/22/15 02:04 AM
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Wondering what everyone thinks of them?

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Re: opinions on st croix mojo rods [Re: captain-kilroy] #10636138 02/22/15 02:07 AM
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I have had good luck with mine.. its a 7' medium heavy and I use it for deep cranking. Have a Revo Winch on it and its a great combo.

Re: opinions on st croix mojo rods [Re: captain-kilroy] #10636142 02/22/15 02:08 AM
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I have 15 or 16 of them and really like them.

Re: opinions on st croix mojo rods [Re: captain-kilroy] #10636402 02/22/15 03:52 AM
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I bought 4 of them last Feb.
They suit my needs fine.


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Re: opinions on st croix mojo rods [Re: captain-kilroy] #10636534 02/22/15 05:01 AM
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I was using MHF as a crankbait rod. Loved it. Unfortunately, I broke the tip on on my truck door, so bad it wasn't worth saving.

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Re: opinions on st croix mojo rods [Re: captain-kilroy] #10636566 02/22/15 05:52 AM
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They are alright. I think I like the falcon bucoo a little better

Re: opinions on st croix mojo rods [Re: captain-kilroy] #10636567 02/22/15 05:53 AM
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They are good rods

Re: opinions on st croix mojo rods [Re: captain-kilroy] #10636587 02/22/15 06:27 AM
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Thinking about trying one, thanks for all the opinions

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I bought a Mojo technique specific spinnerbait rod from them. Looks beautiful! Trying to make accurate casts with it never happened. I've used 7ft med/hvy rods for this for years and never had this issue before. The rod was too heavy and not enough flex for my liking. Ended up returning it and bought a Falcon Bucco. Problem solved!!!

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Re: opinions on st croix mojo rods [Re: balazs] #10636901 02/22/15 03:05 PM
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Originally Posted By: balazs
They are alright. I think I like the falcon bucoo a little better



+ 1 .if you have big hands, Bucoo has a little longer palm grip..

Re: opinions on st croix mojo rods [Re: captain-kilroy] #10636902 02/22/15 03:05 PM
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To me they are a little heavy and not all that sensitive. For the money I would get a TFO or Carbonlite

Re: opinions on st croix mojo rods [Re: captain-kilroy] #10636940 02/22/15 03:18 PM
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Id get the Falcon over the Mojo. I've tried a few Croixs didn't like them. Also, the Mojo and Rage rods are made in Mexico. Don't know if that matters to you. But, if you think they are USA made Croixs. They're not.

The problems i had with my Croixs were the PacBay guides and reels seats were junk. Had problems with line breaking and the reel seats are tiny. And slick. The rod also lacked sensitivity because of the heavy guides.

Can't beat a Made In USA, or Japanese made Rod using Fuji components.


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I like their spinning rods, I own two and they perform fine. Never tried the bait casters, but the spinning rods are very durable.


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Re: opinions on st croix mojo rods [Re: captain-kilroy] #10637275 02/22/15 05:34 PM
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I have only been boat fishing for a couple of years before that I fished ponds as a kid. Wife didn't care anything about fishing, until I talked her into buying a barge. Then I got her to fish one day during spawn and that was it. The barge had to go to get a bass boat. Now all she wants to do is fish. So I am way behind the curve on equipment. I fished with junk as a kid so now the only way to get info about the best equipment for the money is here. I like to keep my rods around the 100 to 150 mark. So thanks for any opinions I can get. Trying not to spend a fortune and fill a storage building with stuff I don't use.

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Mojo is a much better rod than the Rage series, and the mojo's are cheaper. I love their legend tournament and legend elite rods too.

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