St. Croix Mojo Inshore Spinning Rods
by St. Croix
Is it not a supreme act of faith to cast out into the waters and expect to reel something in? Amen. Is it not a jubilant call to the heavens that rings out when you hook into something big and meaty? Hallelujah. Is it not a brush with the divine to put a new Mojo Inshore rod in the boat? Another amen.
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$130.00 - $150.00
|7' 0''||ML||Fast||1||6- 14||1/8 - 1/2||4.4||1||$130.00 USD|
|7' 0''||M||Fast||1||8- 17||3/8 - 3/4||4.9||1||$130.00 USD|
|7' 0''||MH||Fast||1||10- 20||1/2 - 1 1/4||5.1||2||$130.00 USD|
|7' 0''||H||Fast||1||15 - 30||3/4 - 2||5.9||2||$140.00 USD|
|7' 6''||ML||Fast||1||6 - 14||1/8 - 1/2||4.8||1||$130.00 USD|
|7' 6''||M||Fast||1||8 - 17||3/8 - 3/4||5.1||1||$130.00 USD|
|7' 6''||MH||Fast||1||10 - 20||1/2 - 1 1/4||6.1||2||$140.00 USD|
|7' 6''||H||Fast||1||15 - 30||3/4 - 2||6.7||3||$150.00 USD|
Need a new inshore rod? Here are eight new spinning and seven new casting models delivering exceptional performance and durability at easily affordable prices. Built from St. Croix's premium-quality SCII graphite and wrapped with Batson Forecast hard aluminum-oxide guides with 316 stainless steel frames, they offer dramatically improved corrosion resistance.
- Premium-quality SCII graphite.
- Specialized inshore saltwater series designed and built for superior performance.
- Batson Forecast hard aluminum-oxide guides with 316 stainless-steel frames for dramatically improved corrosion resistance compared to 304 stainless-steel frames.
- Fuji DPS reel seat/black hoods on spinning models.
- Fuji ECS reel seat/black hood on casting models.
- Split-grip/premium-grade cork handle.
- Two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish.
- 5-year warranty backed by St. Croix Superstar Service.
5 Stars based on 24 reviews
October 4, 2017
I have owned the St.Croix mojo inshore for about a year now and it has given me zero problems! it is one of the best rods that I have ever used in that price range. Very nice flexibility as well as strength. The warrantee is also a great deal if anything is to happen to it.
ProsThe warrantee The guides price for the quality that you receive
ConsI haven't had one yet and it has been about a year now
By Cool dude fisher guy
August 9, 2017
Has a great feel. Good backbone
Long Valley, New Jersey
July 9, 2017
got the 7'6 heavy rod and it is great for fluke fishing as well as being strong enough to jig for blackfish.
Proslots of backbone
By Carlos ortiz
New rochelle ny
March 8, 2017
Strong back bone .i use this rod for striped bass in the spring time
Crystal River, FL
March 1, 2017
my first St Croix rod and I love it
ordered this rod for my 10 year old son's birthday and both him and I love it. Use it for inshore fishing in FL over in the Gulf. Paired it with a shimano ultegra reel. This will not be my last St Croix rod!
Proslight but sturdy
September 8, 2016
Another good Rod from st. croix, even considering it's not handmade in America like most of their rods. It has a very good action for working soft plastics and plugs for stripers.
April 5, 2016
The best of the best
good performance , sensitive and afford big range of lures weight
Fort Myers, Florida
September 10, 2015
Best rod I've ever owned
Have caught just about anything that swims on the east coast with this rod, from 10 inch snapper up to 100 lb tarpon, and from schoolie stripers to 42" snook. I've owned this rod with a 4000 stradic ci4+ for nearly 4 years now, and fish it on a daily basis. Has never broken and handles just about anything you can hook. May not have the sensitivity of higher end st croixs but is unbreakable and incredible.
Pros-Sensitivity -Backbone for pulling fish out of structure -Has never felt like it was gonna break after thousands of fish up to 100 lbs. -Excellent casting with split grip
ConsTip top guide is a bit too small for uni knots on 30+ fluoro, but just be careful not to reel these knots into your guides.
June 2, 2015
Pair this up with a Shimano Thunnus 6000,20-30 braid and you have your self and Great med-hvy system. It will handle any thing from a good size red or striper to to tarpon. It will even do as a short range surf rig. Light, Powerful and well balanced
ProsLight, strong and comfortable
Queens New York
May 14, 2015
" Purchesed as a gift for a freind, along w/a Daiwa r cast bite &Run feel He loved it and wordy in action
Boynton Beach, FL
May 4, 2015
awesome rod for the price
I have yey to find a inshore rod this good for under 150 awesome components and casts a mile
April 16, 2015
Nice Rod For The $$
Nice rod for the money. I like the feel of it. Very sensitive yet plenty of backbone.
April 2, 2015
Just a great all around rod for the price
Cape Coral, Fl.
March 21, 2015
paired 4 of the 6-12lb with 4 stradics for my inshore setups and have now complaints. light tips for feeling small bites when catching bait yet enough ass to stop medium size snook.
Proslight weight, casts great
March 6, 2015
St Croix makes great rods. I've been using St Croix for over 5 years now and have no issues. The Mojo Inshore is perfect for Permit, Reds, Sheepshead, Trout, Pompano and Snook. I have it rigged with a Quantum Smoke PTS and a Silly Willy jig.
ProsExcellent strength Excellent sensitivity
December 28, 2014
This is my go to Rod when casting from my boat to stripers. Looks good, flexes great. It's paired with a penn 450ss, size (to me) is perfect.
West Hills, CA
October 20, 2014
Good rod, not great.
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.
Pembroke Pines, Fl
April 10, 2014
Best rod on its price range
The stcroix mojo inshore is the best rod you can ask when looking for an all purpose rod. I used for light trolling and light surf fishing.
Prosquality price rod for all purpose light weight
The Villages, Fl
December 11, 2013
This rod is spot on...great flex...you can really reach out there and place the bait on target!
March 17, 2013
St. Croix 7'6" M/H
Excellent rod. Very good strength with great sensitivity.
January 6, 2013
St. Croix inshore Mojo
These are excellent rods and very well built. Top quality rods at an moderate price.
By Jackie Freeman
November 28, 2012
Have bought 5 St. Croix rods so far and getting ready to order 2 more. Excellent rods. Great flounder and red rods. The local bass don't like them either...... American Made: ) ) ) )
Proslight and handles great
June 14, 2012
Two rods two guide broke in two months
7 Questions & 7 Answers
from Danbury, Connecticut asked:
July 6, 2017
Would the MIS70HF be perfect with the Penn Slammer 4500 for kayak fishing for blues and striper?
That would be a well balanced set up for blues and stripers.
on July 7, 2017
from Connecticut asked:
April 9, 2017
Looking to pair my Penn Clash 4000 with either a MH/H or 7/7.6 for fluke and stripped bass fishing. What do you suggest ?
I'd suggest the 7' for boat fishing or bank fishing. You may want to go with the 7'6" if you are fishing from shore and want to increase your casting distance. As far as choosing between the MH or H I would consider how heavy the lures and/or weight that you'll be using and select the one that falls most within the lure weight range of the rod.
on April 11, 2017
from Texas asked:
April 2, 2017
How long is the handle on the ST Croix Mojo MIS70MF? vStyle 1 2 or 3?
The handle on MIS70MF is handle number 1 in the main picture on the webpage. The handle measures a total of 17" from the butt end of the rod to the top of the cork foregrip. The butt section measures approximately 12" from the end to the bottom of the reel seat.
on April 4, 2017
from Westerly Rhode Island asked:
February 19, 2017
How long is the butt section on the 76hf rod?
The butt section measures 15'' from where the reel will sit in the reel seat to the bottom end of the rod.
on February 20, 2017
from Miami, Florida asked:
February 8, 2017
What size Daiwa BG would be well balanced with the MIS70HF?
The heaviest Daiwa BG would be the 3000 that would balance well with the MIS70HF.
on February 9, 2017
from Pakistan asked:
January 16, 2017
Can I pair that rod with diawa bg 5000
I would recommend the BG4000 to have better balance with the combo.
on January 17, 2017
from new jersey asked:
November 4, 2015
MIS70HF Will this rod be good to be paired with a a finor 4000 inshore spinning reel for mahi and flounder?
This rod in a 7 foot, medium heavy to heavy would be a great option for inshore flounder and pitching lures/chunks to mahi.
on November 4, 2015