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I saw this rod at Bass Pro Shops yesterday and i was wondering if anyone has this rod or know anything about it. Did this rod replace the Triumph series? It seems nicely made for the price (100.00).

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Im interested in knowing about this rod also. It looks like its a cross between a premier and a legend tourny.

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Thanks those articles help, I think they are basically the same rod as the premier, but with a little more appeal. Nice feeling rod. I may pick one up or spend a little more on a crucial or carrot stick. Not sure which like more.

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T-rig bought his for tossing Big swimbaits, and I bought one for the weeds.  I know basically which rod could be used for a specific purpose, but other than that, do not have near the knowledge that a lot of others here on the forum.  That said, I know one thing for sure.  It's COOL looking. ;D

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T-rig bought his for tossing Big swimbaits, and I bought one for the weeds. I know basically which rod could be used for a specific purpose, but other than that, do not have near the knowledge that a lot of others here on the forum. That said, I know one thing for sure. It's COOL looking. ;D

They are indeed cool looking. I saw a few at the store two weeks ago. They definitely stood out from the other rods. I can't say how they handle fish, but if they're anything like the Premiers, they'll do pretty well.

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they look cool but they are made in Mexico.

I was about to post that "no, St. Croix has it on their site that they're made in the US" but then I realized that they are made in "North America" while all the rods made in the USA they say "USA".

Clever St. Croix...clever.

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Well if you were to compare the Premier & the Mojo, is there a big difference? Basically, there is a $20-$40 depending on which model you choose.

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They are very light and, if you like a split grip, are a good deal.  The only thing to keep in mind is that St. Croix uses Batson guides on this rod.  Those guides have been a problem for some fishermen.  The inserts have a tendency to fall out.

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they look cool but they are made in Mexico.

I was about to post that "no, St. Croix has it on their site that they're made in the US" but then I realized that they are made in "North America" while all the rods made in the USA they say "USA".

Clever St. Croix...clever.

Um... Mexico would be Central America, North America would encompass the United States and Canada.

That said these rods seam like they are a great buy.  Hmmm... last years Citica on sale for $89. plus Mojo equal nice rig for under two bills, Nice!  

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they look cool but they are made in Mexico.

I was about to post that "no, St. Croix has it on their site that they're made in the US" but then I realized that they are made in "North America" while all the rods made in the USA they say "USA".

Clever St. Croix...clever.

Um... Mexico would be Central America, North America would encompass the United States and Canada.

That said these rods seam like they are a great buy. Hmmm... last years Citica on sale for $89. plus Mojo equal nice rig for under two bills, Nice!

Did somebody move Mexico? I'm pretty sure it's still North America.

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they look cool but they are made in Mexico.

I was about to post that "no, St. Croix has it on their site that they're made in the US" but then I realized that they are made in "North America" while all the rods made in the USA they say "USA".

Clever St. Croix...clever.

Um... Mexico would be Central America, North America would encompass the United States and Canada.

That said these rods seam like they are a great buy.  Hmmm... last years Citica on sale for $89. plus Mojo equal nice rig for under two bills, Nice!  

Geography I learned in grammar school: Central America is a region, not a continent.  North America includes Canada, Greenland, U.S.A., Mexico, Cuba, and whatever other islands are in the vicinity.

The other six continents are South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica.

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they look cool but they are made in Mexico.

I was about to post that "no, St. Croix has it on their site that they're made in the US" but then I realized that they are made in "North America" while all the rods made in the USA they say "USA".

Clever St. Croix...clever.

Um... Mexico would be Central America, North America would encompass the United States and Canada.

That said these rods seam like they are a great buy. Hmmm... last years Citica on sale for $89. plus Mojo equal nice rig for under two bills, Nice!

Geography I learned in grammar school: Central America is a region, not a continent. North America includes Canada, Greenland, U.S.A., Mexico, Cuba, and whatever other islands are in the vicinity.

The other six continents are South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica.

Yep .  I'm an a** hat I was thinking in terms of region witch has noting to do with trade.  I still think it's going to be a sweet combo!

Joel

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The Mojo rods are made on the same blank as the Premier and the Triumph. I have had several Premiers and they are very nice rods and I have never had an issue with the guide inserts.

I just bought a Mojo spinning rod and can't wait to use it!!!

I believe the Triumph is made in China the Premier is made in the USA and the Mojo will be made in Mexico but I contacted St. Croix and they did confirm that the Mojo's are currently being made in Wisconsin until the plant in Mexico is ready. There will be no designation on the rods that says which ones were made where.

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Hoping to pick up a  Mojo MBS68MXF spinning rod tomorrow,recieved an email from St Croix stating    " We are out of stock on those right now until mid April. All of the models in the Mojo series have been extremely hot, and they're going out as fast as we can build them."

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