St. Croix Mojo Inshore Casting Rods

St. Croix Mojo Inshore Casting Rods

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TD Code
LengthPowerActionPiecesLine Weight
Lure Weight
Rod Weight
7'MediumFast18-173/8-3/44.52$170.00 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
7'Medium-HeavyFast110-201/2-1-1/45.83$170.00 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
7'HeavyFast115-303/4-26.24$180.00 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
7'Medium-LightModerate18-141/8-1/23.91$160.00 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
7'11HeavyModerate-Fast117-403/4-37.56$210.00 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
7'6HeavyFast115-303/4-26.56$200.00 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
7'6Medium-LightModerate18-141/8-1/24.22$170.00 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
7'6Medium-HeavyFast110-201/4-1-1/46.05$190.00 USD
Oversize Packaging Required
7'9X-HeavyModerate-Fast140-802-67.76$210.00 USD
St. Croix Mojo Inshore Casting Rods are re-engineered and customized for the demands of inshore fishing. These rods were built for inshore saltwater fishing conditions and will hold up and provide superior performance to the inshore angler.

  • Premium quality SCIII carbon
  • Integrated Poly Curve mandrel technology
  • Sea Guide Hero Hi-Grade guides with slim aluminum oxide rings and SS316 stainless gun smoke frames
  • Fuji DPS Deluxe reel seat with gun metal hoods on spinning models
  • Fuji ECS and TCS Deluxe reel seat with gun metal hoods on casting models
  • Fuji back stop lock nut on select models
  • Contoured handle with EVA/Cork combination on select models
  • Kigan hook-keeper
  • Two coats of flex-coat slow cure finish
  • 5-year warranty backed by St. Croix Superstar Service
  • Made in Mexico
4.5 Stars based on 7 reviews
By Anthony
Long Beach, CA
70HF is one of my favorite rods!
March 28, 2020
The mojo inshore is an exceptional rod. Ive thrown everything from 1/4 to 3.5oz with it and its a great. Super sensitive, very light and we'll balanced. Top shelf components. I use it most paired with a 13 Fishing Z3 throwing swimbaits
ProsLight, strong, sensitive and we'll balanced
ConsI dont see any. Its well worth the price if you can afford it
By Josh
March 15, 2019
Will get it done anything inshore. Can’t suggest this rod enough! Just buy one.
ProsThe reel seat, the guides the but section, the action. The rod will do it all.
By Michael G.
Orange Park Fl
A sweet rod.
March 23, 2018
As for all St Croix rods this is top of the line. Paired it with a Schimano Curado high-speed bait cast reel. Excellent for casting light weight jigs and worms.
By Craig
ringwood, NJ
Great Fluking Rod
March 11, 2018
Have this paired with a Abu 6500 and use it mostly for inshore fluking and ocean days when i can hold with less than 4. Very light and plenty of backbone for those days the bluefish are around.
ProsLight, strong and sensative
By Peyton
san clemente
good rod
July 18, 2017
the rod is very sensitive, you can feel sand when working a weight on the bottom one thing that is not the greatest is the line guides they are not the sturdiest.
Consline guides
By Joe
Baltimore, MD
Awesome Rod
July 28, 2015
This rod has done everything I have asked of it so far. I have it paired with an Abu Garcia Ambassadeur C4 5600.
By Jose
West Hills, CA
Good rod, not great.
October 20, 2014
I own both the casting and spinning St. Croix Mojo inshore rods and they struggle landing small fish. Super sensitive rods, you can feel every grain of sand when working a weight on the bottom.
11 Questions & 11 Answers
from Estero, FL asked:
September 18, 2019
Does a Seigler SGN fit the 7' 6" H conventional?
1 Answer
The seigler sgn would pair up well with the St.Croix mojo inshore 7'6H
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on September 26, 2019

from staten island, NY asked:
August 22, 2019
i believe your line weight and lure rating  is incorrect for the   MIC76HF
7' 6''H         SHOULD READ LINE WIEGHT 15-30        LURE 3/4 - 2 OZ
1 Answer
We will update that, thanks.
Submitted by: Ethan on August 28, 2019

from long island asked:
May 16, 2019
The Mojo Inshore 7'6 Heavy Fast on St croix website says line 15-30lb and lure 3/4 to 2oz, why is it difference here? Also will this rod work on Daiwa Lexa 300hd?
1 Answer
The specs from St.Croix are correct and the Lexa 300hd would pair well with that St.Croix Rod 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 17, 2019

from Texas asked:
April 1, 2019
Which rod would be best for a Shimano tranx 300?
1 Answer
Either the 7'6 H or the 7"6 MH
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on April 3, 2019

from Ohio asked:
April 1, 2019
Which rod would be best for a Shimano Calcutta 200gtb for small cobia?
1 Answer
The 7 foot or the 7'6 heavy would be your best all around choice. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on April 4, 2019

from Ohio asked:
March 28, 2019
Would the 7 foot heavy model be a good fit for a Shimano Calcutta 200gtb fo small cobia?
1 Answer
Yes, they would be a good fit. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on April 19, 2019

from Fort Lauderdale, FL asked:
September 2, 2018
Will the reel seat on the MIC70H fit an Avet SXJ G2 5.3?
1 Answer
The sxj will fit the St.Croix mojo inshore reel seat.
Submitted by: Bernie on September 3, 2018

John Hale
from NJ asked:
January 24, 2021
What is the difference between the new Mojo inshore versus my VIC70MHF Avid besides the different rod butt?
1 Answer
The main difference is the quality of the components. All of the components on the new Mojo Inshores are quality, but the components on the Avid Inshore higher quality. The Avid Inshores are also made of high modulus graphite as opposed to carbon on the Mojos.
Submitted by: Austin Kearney on January 25, 2021

from Pa asked:
January 22, 2021
looking to pair a shimano torium 16hg.

do you think the 7'6"mhf would work. target species are 

striper,tog and seabass. 

1 Answer
This is more of a casting rod, and although it could handle larger weights than the rod is rated for when bottom fishing and not casting, you'd be better off going with a Mojo Salt or a rod with similar ratings. 
Submitted by: Austin Kearney on January 25, 2021

from West Palm asked:
January 3, 2021
What models have the gimble?

1 Answer

These are all the models that come with the gimbal. If you look at the picture given and see the rods listed 1-6 and check in the order chart tab, where it says handle, this will determine which rods have the gimbal. 

Submitted by: Austin Kearney on January 5, 2021

from Maryland asked:
May 11, 2019
I have a 7 foot heavy rod. What size shimano tranx is good for it. Will hope to use it for flounder, schoolie striped bass, sea bass in the bay and nearshore. And also as a heavier bass rod for flipping and fogging
1 Answer
200 or 300 and 400 would be to big
Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on May 24, 2019


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