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I just purchased a St. Croix Mojo baitcasting rod from Bass Pro.  It's a 7'0" heavy rod and i'll be using it as a frog rod/flipping and pitching rod.  I wanted to get some opinions on any St. Croix Mojo rod you have used, so any feedback would be appreciated. 

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5'6" SCII MF spiral wrap

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7' SCII MF spiral wrap.. ;)

I have built some of my personal rods (spinner bait & weightless top water jerk bait) on the same blank that is used in the Mojo (SC2 Premiere), for the price point it is a well made blank and is very sensitive depending on how it is built.

Good Luck & Tight Lines!!! 

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im not a fan of the 7' casting rods. id like to have the reel mount a bit higher on the blank.

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I have the 7'MH and love it.. It is my spinnerbait rod and I have no plans of upgrading..... Light and Very sensitive. I can feel the blade on the bait turn on a slow roll perfectly...I am going to buy another one of the same model for pitching... 8-)

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Mojos are a decent rod at a hundred bucks but they are not high modulus. Before you buy another, look at Lamiglas Excel rods. For ten bucks more you get a rod built 100% in the USA with a LIFE TIME WARANTEE. I checked out the series at the factory yesterday.  They are still in short supply.  I tried to order some but will have to wait till January for my local shop to get theirs.  Worth the wait. Nice stuff !

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I had a 7ft medium mojo casting rod and I did not like.  I did not like the small rear grip and I found the rod to be very tip heavy.  Compared to all of my other rods it felt very unbalanced.  That being said, most of my rods are a good bit more expensive then the mojo, but I think the compre is a better option at this price point.  Heck you can find a used Powell in the classifieds for the price of a Mojo and I think the Powells are a lot better then the Mojos.  I do not want to discourage I am just sharing my experience.

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I had a 7ft medium mojo casting rod and I did not like. I did not like the small rear grip and I found the rod to be very tip heavy. Compared to all of my other rods it felt very unbalanced. That being said, most of my rods are a good bit more expensive then the mojo, but I think the compre is a better option at this price point. Heck you can find a used Powell in the classifieds for the price of a Mojo and I think the Powells are a lot better then the Mojos. I do not want to discourage I am just sharing my experience.

I'll agree with that.  I do think the Mojo is one of the better rods you can get new for 90 bucks, but I do find the 7' m spinning rod to be tip heavy.  I also have a powell 703 mef that i bought used off this board for $100 shipped in perfect condition and it's leaps and bounds better. 

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