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St Croix Mojo Inshore for freshwater too?

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I've been pricing out a decent rod for saltwater and landed on the Mojo Inshore.  Comparing the weights they look very similar to freshwater rods.  Do any of you use saltwater rods for bass fishing too?  I'd like a pole with a heavier lure rating (whopper plopper) and it would be nice to have it pull double duty in salt too.  Forgive me if this a stupid question.

 

I have enough fishing gear, at this point I'd like any new purchases to be more versatile use.  

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Youll be just fine. Just be aware of lure,line rating etc. And your question was not a stupid one.:)

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Yup.  I am using a 7' ML Hurricane Redbone rated 3/8-3/4 oz.  Must be an older model as I see the new ones are rated 1/4-1/2 oz.  Either that or it is mislabeled.

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Not only is it ok, it's a good idea. Thevrod doesn't know if your in salt water or not. 

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Inshore salt water fishing uses a lot of the same gear as bass fishing. It just requires a healthy rinse off after use. 

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As others said, it will be fine.  I ran across a St Croix Legend Inshore 7' MH for a steal, and I use it for my whopper plopper rod.  Inshore rods are fine for freshwater use.

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