St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rod
St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods are a true necessity for any bass-fishing enthusiast. Featuring SCIII graphite and IPC tooling technology, these rods are more balanced, sensitive, and lighter than ever before. Looking sharp with a new formulation of St. Croix's popular Black Cherry Metallic finish, these rods are sure to be turning heads. This technique-specific bass series is designed to provide exemplary performance with all crankbaits including square bills, lipless cranks, and chatterbaits. These rods excel with lures ideally matched to a moderate action rod. The St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rod is your next favorite rod.
- Integrated Poly Curve (IPC) mandrel technology
- Super premium, 100% linear S-glass
- Kigan Master Hand 3D guides with slim, strong aluminum-oxide rings and black frames
- Fuji TCS reel seat with black hood
- Split-grip/premium-grade cork handle
- Kigan hook-keeper
- Two coats of Flex-Coat slow cure finish
- Crankbait-specific bass series designed for superior performance
- 5-year manufacturer's warranty
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Ratings & Reviews
Got my Mojo workin...
Another great rod from St Croix. I fish mostly grass and lily pads and this Mojo is up to the task. Has backbone for the big one, very sensitive, and just darn pretty to look at!
Great Versatile Rod
by Old Brown Fish -
As a kayak fisherman, I typically take 4-5 rods with me while fishing so having rods that are versatile is key. I typically have three 7+ ft casting rods in Heavy, MH, and medium powers and a shorter jerk bait rod. I currently use the Mojo Bass MJC68MF as my jerkbait rod and MJC71MF as my softplastics/small jig and spinnerbait rod. My favorite application for the MJC71MF is a 3/8ths oz wobble head jig with a craw or tube slowly dragging on bottom. This rod is plenty sensitive and light enough that it has become my go to rod. Great quality for the price and would recommend.
St Croix Mojo Bass
by AZ/WI Angler -
I needed a casting rod for throwing jerk baits and top waters. 90% of my rods are St Croix, but this is my first time for the Mojo. All my other bass reels are Shimano Curado but I teamed the Mojo up with a Daiwa Tatula SV (which was designed for skipping under docks). They pair up nicely, I was able to throw exactly where I wanted and the feel, like all St Croix products, was superb.