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6'8"

Medium

Action:
X Fast

Line Weight:
6-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/16 - 5/8 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
MBS68MXF
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6'9"

Med Lt

Action:
X Fast

Line Weight:
6-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/8 - 1/2 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
MBS69MLXF
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7'

Medium

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
6-12 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/16 - 5/8 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
MBS70MF
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7'

Med Hvy

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
8-14 lbs.

Lure Weight:
3/8 - 3/4 oz.

Pieces:
1

Model:
MBS70MHF
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Bring your bass-fishin' mojo with you to the lake on your next fishing outing with these sleek and powerful Mojo Bass Rods by St. Croix®. The technique-specific Mojo Bass series was designed and built for superior performance with premium quality SCII graphite and Batson Forecast® hard aluminum oxide guides with double-plated black chrome frames. Mojo Rod includes Fuji® reel seats and premium cork split slip handles for weight reduction plus direct blank contact for helping you establish your own mojo magic! Manufacturer's 5-year warranty. Handcrafted in North America.

  • Premium-quality SCII graphite
  • Technique-specific bass series designed and built for superior performance
  • Batson Forecast hard aluminum oxide guides with double-plated black chrome frames
  • Fuji DPS reel seat/black hoods on spinning models
  • Split-grip/premium-grade cork handle
  • Two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish
  • 5-year manufacturer's warranty backed by St. Croix Superstar Service
St. Croix Mojo Bass Spinning Rod 4.5 5 76 76
super sensitive I bought the drop shot rod and I really love it! Not only is it designed for dropshotting it is also great for super finesse fishing. I have 8# flourocarbon on a shimano stradic reel and its an awesome combo! Super sensitive to the point where you can feel even the smallest of bites. September 11, 2009
AMAZING!!! My new favorite The 6'8" medium action spinning rod is a dream come true for throwing soft plastics. The split grip design keeps the rod feather light and is a great match with a 2000 or 2500 shimano reel. (The reel seat does require frequent re-tightening but the advantages far outweigh this flaw). Here they are... (1) Taper: This rod has a very fast taper which allows you to throw unweighted soft plastics relatively easily. The limber nature of the tip also allows you to gently bounce or shake a weighted worm or craw keeping it in the strike zone and imparting subtle action. Plus the thin tip is extremely sensitive to bites, ticking weeds or brush, and the lightest pick up by a bass. The backbone of this rod is super stiff so when you set the hook it drives home even at pretty far distances and handles larger fish well. (2) Strength: My friend at the tackle shop abused this rod and pulled his bass boat to where he snagged up almost trying to break it and it withstood enormous strain. The 5 year warranty is nice BUT apparently st. croix is pretty picky about settling claims so don't overdue it. (3) Quality: the guides and graphite are excellent and the spacing of the guides allow very accurate casting and line control. Believe me, compared to the bass pro extreme this rod is incredibly sensitive. I like this rod so much I didin't even want to throw my texas rigged rod on another rod and re-tied rather than use my Shimano Clarus or Bass Pro extreme. BUY IT and trust me it's well worth the price, Amazing. May 20, 2009
Excellent rod I bought the 6'8" finesse/wacky spinning version last fall, and it is the most sensitive and forgiving spinning rod I've ever owned. Sweep hooksets in 40 feet of water - no problem. My budget doesn't allow for $200 rods, and the $99 for this one was a stretch, but the tremendous improvement over non-technique-specific rods I've used in the past convinced me that it's a bargain. I've mostly used it for dropshotting so far, but plan to use it for all finesse techniques from split-shotting to shakey heads. I know there is a dedicated dropshot version, but it wasn't in stock when I went shopping. March 19, 2011
Nice Spinning Rod for Bass I bought the wacky worm edition mojo bass spinning rod and it works great! nice weight, pretty light i thought. seems very strong, and the sensitivity and action seem perfect for wacky rigged worms or other soft plastics. some people complained about the threads for the reel seat being uncomfortable to hold onto and i admit it seems like an odd design but i fished all day and didn't even notice them. great rod and reasonable price for a st. croix. May 26, 2011
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They are all one piece rods
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I currently have a St Croix Rage Rod. I am not a huge fan since the reel seat is not secure and other pieces are loose near my stradic. I would love to have a rod like this for light applications. Would it work?
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I have used this rod extensively with rapala DT's 4s and 6s. works really well. spooled with ez cast spider wire its light enough to use with any small crank and strong enough to go up to deeper /larger lures. I have not had a problem with it at all. reel stays snug even through extended use
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Yes! These rods are awesome! Get a 6'6" or longer rod with med or med light action. I would recomend the med action in this application. Also, St. Croix rods have a warranty on them. Check into that too.
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for sure shallow running crankbaits
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is it made in america?

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if not what model spinning rod is
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yes it is made in the good ole USA,,however the eyecon is made in china
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mojo bass rods are made in mexico..but most of st.croix other rods are made in usa
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I believe these rods are not made in America. I think it says "Made in Mexico". Still a good rod though. Mine just handled a 15lbs King salmon the other night. Thank you St. Croix!
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I have an Abu Garcia Cardinal 102i on a 6'6" Medium Berkley Cherrywood. And an Abu Garcia Cardinal 354i on a 7' Medium Berkley Lightning. Due to my own neglect both rods were broken. However, I do get to upgrade to St. Croix Mojo Bass Rods. I also just recently purchased a Johnny Morris Carbon Black 6.4:1 baitcast that I'm putting on a St. Croix Spinnerbait or Crankbait rod. I used the 102i for small plastics and small spinnerbaits and buzz baits. And the 354i I'm open to suggestions because I have a Abu Garcia Cardinal 104i on a 7' MH Berkley Cherrywood I used with Jigs/Worms.
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If you have a history of being really tough on your gear than I would be wary of any high modulus graphite rod.

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In my personal opinion the wacky style spinning rod is the best all around spinning rod I own and can throw even unweighted soft plastics a good distance while still having plenty of backbone. I would suggest the Shimano Stradic 2500fi or a similar sized reel. I am not aware of the size of the Cardinal but if the weight is similar to that of the Stradic or Shimano Saros I would go for it.

The entire series of Mojos are great and I like every model I have used. I am not a huge fan of BassProShops rods. I find their handles and reel seats awkward.
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what rod?

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i'll usually fish soft plastics texas rigged but on ocassion ill throw out a crank or a spinner depending on where i am and what they seem to be biting that day. so im wondering if the tubes/ grub rod would be a good choice
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Texas rigged soft plastics are great on the 7' tube/grub rod but for spinnerbaits I like the spinnerbait mojo casting rod paired with a shimano curado. It's a 6'6" rod with a heavier action at the tip that I like for moving baits like a spinnerbait. I don't use this rod fro crankbaits but not sure why that wouldnt do as well.
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there is no such thing as an all purpose rod...but if you need it to handle all types of baits make sure you have the minimum characteristics to support both spinnerbaits and throwing plastics
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I had the tubes/grubs but liked the wacky version overall better to T-rigged plastics. I did not like it for cranksbaits.
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The 7' med action grub/tube spinning rod has 8 guides.
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The three Mojo spinning rods I have (wacky, grub/tube, and power spin) all have 8 guides that are spaced perfectly for optimum flex.
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Is this a good setup?

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I have a gift card and am thinking of buying a Curado with a 7'0 (m or mh) Mojo rod. I fish a lot of soft baits, with a crankbait every now n then. Currently work with a Flueger President on a 6'6 M F graphite series Basspro rod.

Looking to get a baitcasting reel and was wondering if you guys think this is a good setup?
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I have a Curado 200e5 on a 7' MH moderate action mojo bass rod...IT IS SWEET!!! Best crankbait setup that I have currently...but personally I would go to the curado 200e7 since the e5 is almost too slow in my opinion.
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I purchased the exact setup but a medium not heavy version. I use the plastics without any issues.
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go with the abu garcia veritas
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This is an outstanding rod for wacky, I would think it would perform ok with small to med sized crankbaits.
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I would use a med to med-lite for wacky and med for the cranking. I have several Mojo rods and they perform well.
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too heavy for wacky. i like a light for wacky. depends on how big your cranks are.
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I believe it is a finnese rod. If you go the the ST Croix web site you should get our answer, if not call them. They are more they helpful and will give you any pointers you want.
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Shimano Compre or Mojo Bass

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Totally torn. want a good all purpose finesse rod and cannot decide. please hel me!!!!
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I can tell you I use my Mojo for Walleye jigging to Bass fishing and it is very sensitive I like it.
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Hey Benny, I can't speak for the Compre as I don't own one, but I love the 6'8" St Croix Mojo finesse/wacky rod I bought last fall. Last summer, I fished with a buddy who was using a more expensive St. Croix rod when we were drop shotting for deep smallies. He had the 6'9" ML action version, specifically a dropshot rod. I used it for a while, and the sensitivity of the rod and slight "give" at the tip when picking up the slack to feel the weight was incredible. Sweep hooksetting in 40' depths was easy, and no fish came unbuttoned. My 6'8" medium action version has the same feel with a touch more backbone - the better for handling bigger bass. Also, it should be good for more techniques than the ML version. I'm wondering if the rod blanks in the Mojo line may be the same, or at least have similar design if not materials, as the more expensive St. Croix rods.

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neither, the mojo is way over rated and poorly made, the guide eyes pop out alot. In the $200 range the Daiwa fuego, Croix legend tourney, and Shimano Cumara are solid spinning rods.and If you can go a little higher, you can find a Daiwa steez rod on ebay between $250-$300 and they are really sweet!
Those are the rods Ive been using the past couple years with NO problems.
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For the money this is an excellent rod. The feel is outstanding for the $...
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I have the 2500 Spirex on it, a 4000 might be a little big for this rod.
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Which Rod? All depends on the rod length and type. I use a 2000 series on the ML droshot rod, but I wouldn't put a 4000 series Shimano on it. Would probably work for a 7' M or MH Mojo Bass Rod.
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yes it would, i have held a mojo bass and it is very well balanced, if you are still deciding on a reel you should get the 2500 sahara it is lighter and will fit the mojo bass better
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