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St. Croix "Mojo Inshore"

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Mojo Inshore

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MSRP ($):
150

Tap into the same magic that freshwater kayak fishing tournament anglers have been experiencing…the acclaimed Mojo Series with the St. Croix "Mojo Inshore", now with true inshore actions and highly durable components to assure a level of performance your favorite waters have never seen before. Handcrafted quality throughout; each model is built on a proprietary SCII premium graphite blank and given two coats of Flex Coat® slow-cure finish, then fitted with strong, lightweight Batson Forecast® hard aluminum oxide guides with super-corrosion-resistant 316 stainless steel frames

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1 reviews

Overall rating 
 
4.5
Craftsmanship 
 
5.0  (1)
Durability 
 
4.0  (1)
Versatility 
 
4.0  (1)
Value 
 
5.0  (1)
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(Updated: April 11, 2014)
Overall rating 
 
4.5
Craftsmanship 
 
5.0
Durability 
 
4.0
Versatility 
 
4.0
Value 
 
5.0

St. Croix "Mojo Inshore" Rods

I currently use the St. Croix Mojo Inshore with my spinning reels. I have been very impressed with the quality and performance of this product. I use the 7' medium fast for all my inshore fishing trips. This rod is light and sensitive but without sacrificing strength and durability. I decided to purchase this product after hearing so many "word of mouth" reviews and watching some awesome user videos of their rods in action. I have been so pleased with their products, I am now wanting to trade out some of my baitcaster rods with the St. Croix Mojo Inshore baitcaster models. They are worth looking at, if you are in the market for a high quality rod.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Large Lakes
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Light, Durable, Sensitive
Cons:
None
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