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Any Mojo "plastics" Owners?

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What's up guys .. well I grabbed a mojo spinnerbait model and it was truly a very stout rod as advised. Ended up being a lil too heavy for my style.. so I traded in for the plastics model. ( keep in mind I never even snipped off the tags..for you morals guys).. lol! Anyways.. it feels pretty good.. just wondering if any of u guys out there have any feedback on yours.. if u have one?. Thanx-

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i liked mine. the over all balance threw me off. imo the rod also works very well for a lipless crank rod.

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I had one, fished it for an hour and promptly put it up for sale a couple years back. Was so tip heavy I couldn't fish it. If you like the feel of it, cool. Your mileage may vary from mine. I ordered it so I couldn't just exchange it for something I liked better. Had to give it a chance. Was simply not a fan. They may be better balanced now, that early release model was the last Mojo I handled

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I have three mojo rods, all casting models. A jig and worm, crankbaits, and slop and frog. I personally like all three of them and will purchase others as my finances permit. I don't personally have any issue with them being tip heavy. They all feel pretty well balanced. I realize the original poster specifically asked about the plastics model. I just figured I would add my two cents.

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