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Yes I use them, and I love them, but count it down a cb will post on here on how they suck, and say they are a made in mexico dribble.

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I have the Wacky spinning rod and the Slop and Frog casting rod. Both are very nice for the money. They are well built and I think a nice value.  I think you will be happy if you pick them up.

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Yes I use them, and I love them, but count it down a cb will post on here on how they suck, and say they are a made in mexico dribble.

Lighten up man , why so much rage at your young age ?

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do any of you have the st. croix mojo bass spinnerbait and the mojo bass plastics rod? and do you like them?

i own 2 of them and i think they are a neat looking rod. thats it, just a neat looking rod.

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Yes I use them, and I love them, but count it down a cb will post on here on how they suck, and say they are a made in mexico dribble.
Report to mod. I have

no time for crybabies

this poster is a borderline cancer.

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Yes I use them, and I love them, but count it down a cb will post on here on how they suck, and say they are a made in mexico dribble.

The mojo's have gotten alot of love here, there aren't gonna be the end all, be all rod at under $100 dollars but definitely seem worth the money.  

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Are there really benefit to them over the Premier, iirc they are the same blank and guides, or is it just $10 less and s seksy purple color?

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Are there really benefit to them over the Premier, iirc they are the same blank and guides, or is it just $10 less and s seksy purple color?

and a split grip.

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I hate to be the one to add a negative here, but...yesterday I got to cast the mojo a bit, it was the spinning  rod, mf..2 things I didn't care for, 1..the weight, felt heavy compared to my rod, same size and power, next the split grips, just a persoanl thing but they were uncomfotable for me.

The mojo bc'r I wasn't impresssed with, took my reel to bps, and the rig just felt heavy, and unbalanced to me. I mounted on a bps extrem finesse, and felt good, same goes for the Rick Clunn rod.

So, different strokes, for different folks.. B)

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Are there really benefit to them over the Premier, iirc they are the same blank and guides, or is it just $10 less and s seksy purple color?

No, I think you've pretty much nailed it. The main reasons for their popularity are price, appearance, and the St. Croix name...not their sensitivity, durability, or action.

The Triumph and Premier use the same blank, one is slightly more expensive, the other slightly less expensive, but neither sells as well as the Mojo due to the split grip and flashier color.

A lot of folks saw an opportunity to own a trick-looking rod from a high-end manufacturer for less than $100 and jumped on them. By now the novelty and "wow factor" has worn off and the real reviews are coming out. They're nothing special, and definitely far from impressive, imho. If you're interested in buying a used one, keep an eye on the Flea Market. Many of those same folks will be ditching their lightly used Mojos for the next big thing...the Vendetta. :B)

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Are there really benefit to them over the Premier, iirc they are the same blank and guides, or is it just $10 less and s seksy purple color?

No, I think you've pretty much nailed it. The main reasons for their popularity are price, appearance, and the St. Croix name...not their sensitivity, durability, or action.

everything he says is 100%  correct   rod does not feel right in my hands  ill end taking split grip off and make a different rod out of it

The Triumph and Premier use the same blank, one is slightly more expensive, the other slightly less expensive, but neither sells as well as the Mojo due to the split grip and flashier color.

A lot of folks saw an opportunity to own a trick-looking rod from a high-end manufacturer for less than $100 and jumped on them. By now the novelty and "wow factor" has worn off and the real reviews are coming out. They're nothing special, and definitely far from impressive, imho. If you're interested in buying a used one, keep an eye on the Flea Market. Many of those same folks will be ditching their lightly used Mojos for the next big thing...the Vendetta. :B)

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The mojo sucks because I spent more money on a low priced rod, that has a following on here and got out classed. Yeah the split grip sucks, the lack of a fore grip sucks, it looks sexy, oh and they make them in mexico.The mojo sucks = a cb.

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Well like he said on another thread If you can hold a 12 ounce can or bottle of beer you can fish. Well shut my mouth!!!!!! That there split grip does resemble a Miller, sorry I had the nerve to think you could be wrong sweet daddy

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The mojo sucks because I spent more money on a low priced rod, that has a following on here and got out classed. Yeah the split grip sucks, the lack of a fore grip sucks, it looks sexy, oh and they make them in mexico.The mojo sucks = a cb.

don't let his sarcasm confuse you, he actually loves Mojos and thinks they are as good as a Steez

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I have the jig-n-worm and the crankbait and I couldn't be happier.  For under a hundo I don't know if you can find anything that sensitive.

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