St. Croix Mojo Yak Spinning Rod
Kayak anglers rejoice! St. Croix has designed the perfect rod for you, whether you are a beginning or hardcore kayak angler. The St. Croix Mojo Yak Spinning Rod utilizes many of St. Croix's premium concepts and components, while paying attention to the special designs and characteristics that kayak anglers need for the highest level of fishability - performance, power, action, and a shorter rear grip section. The Mojo Yak is built with high-modulus SCIII graphite blanks to provide durability, power, and just the right actions, but still keep them lightweight.
You can tell comfort was one of the main focuses of St. Croix when they made the Mojo Yak. The Fuji DPS reel seat sits back on a shorter split grip section with a rounded butt end, making it just the right size to handle effortlessly. The Custom Winn split-grip handle provides superior grip, even when wet, thanks to the super tacky, shock-absorbent material. Strong, durable Kigan Master Hand 3D guides are super smooth, designed to last, and built to withstand bumping against the hard plastic of your kayak. Whether you are a hardcore kayak angler or you are just beginning to dive into kayak fishing, the Mojo Yak rod is a must-have!
- Integrated Poly Curve (IPC) mandrel technology
- Premium, high-modulus SCIII graphite
- Kigan Master Hand 3D guides with slim, strong aluminum-oxide rings and black frames
- Fuji DPS reel seat with black hoods on spinning models
- Custom Winn split-grip handle
- Kigan hook-keeper
- Two coats of Flex-Coat slow cure finish
- 5-year warranty backed by St. Croix Superstar Service
Ratings & Reviews
by YakAngler -
This rod series is super tough and super sensitive. The shorter butt allows more manueverability and flexibility when kayak fishing. I paired mine with a Pflueger Supreme and Berkeley nanofil line.
Sweet Kayak Rod
by Chris Boggs
I was a bit reserved about the idea of such a high end rod in an unusual size for kayak fishing at first. I was wrong. the St. Croix Mojo Yak rod is sweet for kayaking. I'm at the beach right now after fishing all day and caught a nice little Cobia on it and it was fantastic not to have to work around and oversized butt of the rod. Sensitivity is excellent, casting distance what you would expect from St. Croix.