St. Croix Mojo Inshore Spinning Rods

St. Croix Mojo Inshore Spinning Rods

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TD Code
LengthPowerActionPiecesLine Weight
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Lure Weight
(oz)
Rod Weight
(oz)
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JIS66HF
SCR-1978
6'6HeavyFast112-253/4-26.24$190.00 USD
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JIS66MF
SCR-1979
6'6MediumFast18-173/8-3/44.42$170.00 USD
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JIS66MHF
SCR-1980
6'6Medium-HeavyFast110-201/2-1-1/45.84$180.00 USD
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JIS70HF
SCR-1981
7'HeavyFast112-253/4-27.07$200.00 USD
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JIS70LF
SCR-1982
7'LightFast16-121/8-3/83.91$170.00 USD
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JIS70MF
SCR-1983
7'MediumFast18-173/8-3/44.73$180.00 USD
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JIS70MHF
SCR-1984
7'Medium-HeavyFast110-201/2-1-1/46.46$180.00 USD
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JIS70MHM
SCR-1985
7'Medium-HeavyModerate110-201/2-15.86$180.00 USD
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JIS70MLF
SCR-1986
7'Medium-LightFast18-141/8-1/24.23$170.00 USD
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JIS70MM
SCR-1987
7'MediumModerate18-171/4-5/84.22$170.00 USD
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JIS711HF
SCR-1988
7'11HeavyFast117-403/4-37.88$220.00 USD
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JIS711HMF
SCR-1989
7'11HeavyModerate-Fast117-403/4-37.59$230.00 USD
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JIS711MF
SCR-1990
7'11MediumFast18-173/8-3/45.27$190.00 USD
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JIS711MHF
SCR-1991
7'11Medium-HeavyFast114-301/2-28.68$220.00 USD
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JIS76HF
SCR-1992
7'6HeavyFast112-253/4-28.68$220.00 USD
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JIS76MF
SCR-1993
7'6MediumFast18-173/8-3/44.65$190.00 USD
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JIS76MHF
SCR-1994
7'6Medium-HeavyFast110-201/2-1-1/47.47$210.00 USD
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JIS76MLF
SCR-1995
7'6Medium-LightFast18-141.8-1/24.15$190.00 USD
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JIS79XHMF
SCR-1996
7'9X-HeavyModerate-Fast140-802-68.39$240.00 USD
St. Croix Mojo Inshore Spinning 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
  • 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 42 reviews
By Michael
New England
Nice rod
July 18, 2022
Love the grips. Great rod for stripers from the boat.
By Mark
South Georgia
enjoying the medium action
June 9, 2022
I have several fast action St. Croix rods. This is my fist medium action and I have had very good results with it. No problems with hook ups. Very nice rod.
Pros
  • very good quality
Cons
  • none
By Justin
Lighthouse way
Good rod in one piece design
May 28, 2022
Huge fan of 1pc rods by St.Croix feel every bite with these rods. Highly recommend this quality rod for the price.
By Ryan
Hampton, Virginia
Not a huge fan.
March 29, 2022
Rod came packaged securely, but the guides were very much out of alignment (looking down the blank some guides were leaning more to the left or right) other then that it’s a not a bad rod for the price. Might have just got a lemon.
By Bill k.
Odessa de
Great value
March 28, 2022
The order was shipped fast the rod is high quality and a great value
Cons
  • None
By David
,
Great Saltwater Rod!
March 22, 2022
Have been using this rod for running the beach for Jacks / Cobia / Tarpon. Love the longer butt handle, great for casting heavier live baits.
By Stephen
NJ
Nice rods
March 16, 2022
Recently purchased 2 of these in store, both 66 MH Spinning. They seem like a nice upgrade from the Premier series rods I currently own. They are light, sensitive tip and seem well built with better guides. I will put their durability to the test this summer on my boat. I own about 12 other St Croix Rods all made in USA which is one of the main reasons I stick with them so I was sad to see when I got home that these rods are not made in USA.
By Mark
South Georgia
Not disappointed
March 11, 2022
Another St. Croix that I am perfectly happy with. I highly recommend this rod.
Pros
  • Made to last
By Rick
Gainesville, FL
Excellent Fit and Finish
February 7, 2022
Can't wait to use it, excellent craftsmanship
By Timothy M.
West Babylon N.Y.
Can,t wait to use it!
January 30, 2022
Just the rod I've been looking for!
Pros
  • St. Croix quality
Cons
  • non
By Rabin
Mauritius Island
The JIS76MHF: A workhorse
January 20, 2022
I've used the JIS76MHF for my last three sessions outside the reefs. I've paired it with a Daiwa BQ MQ 3000. It's a great lightweight set up that I've actually ended up using for deep saltwater dropshop in 30 to 100 yards depths. It has performed remarkably well when tackling hard fighting 10+ lbs red grouper or spangled emperor.
Pros
  • Light and versatile.
By Mark
Pensacola,Florida
My wife loves it!!
December 21, 2021
I got this nice looking rod for my wife as a Xmas present.
She was shocked at first sight and rushed out to use it that day!!
She caught two red fish and 3 three mingo snapper.
I will buy another one next summer.
She liked the fast action tip and how sensative the rod was to bites.
Pros
  • All good
Cons
  • None so far
By Striperian
ALEXANDRIA, VA
Good utility inshore rod for kayakers
December 9, 2021
The medium heavy rod is a solid all-round performer - I use it to cast and troll lures from my saltwater kayak and it can still be called upon to do some jigging. I also have the medium light, and St. Croix replaced it under warranty after an unexpected and unfortunate fight with a ray, so I feel doubly confident about the brand.
By Mike
NJ
Best bang for buck
November 12, 2021
Very durable and sensitive. Own a few, can’t beat them.
Cons
  • None
By troy m.
FL
I bought 1 then 2 more
November 8, 2021
I love these poles, I now have 3. heavy enough for slightly bigger fish and light enough for medium fish.
44 Questions & 43 Answers
Stephen
from New Orleans, Louisiana asked:
December 26, 2019
What size would I pair with a Penn Spinfisher V 3500 spooled with 15lb braid? Looking for a great size for speckled trout
1 Answer
There are a few options that would pair well. Either the 7ft MH or the 7ft 6 M would pair nicely with the spinfisher 3500. Also will be a great set up for speckled trout and most inshore species. 
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on December 31, 2019

Chase
from Quincy, MA asked:
November 29, 2019
Would any of these be good for light jigging tautog?
1 Answer
The 7 foot medium heavy would work well for inshore tog 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on November 30, 2019

Jayden
from Texas asked:
October 27, 2019
What reel size from the stradic fl would you recommend to pair on a 7’6 heavy
1 Answer
Hello jayden, for the 7'6 heavy the stradic 5000 would pair the best. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 28, 2019

Dan
from Toms river asked:
October 25, 2019
I’m looking for a rod to pair with my shimano nasi 4000 should the mojo inshore 7.6 mh be a good match
1 Answer
Yes, that should pair well.
Submitted by: Ethan on October 26, 2019

Math_Fishing
from Florida, Miami asked:
October 18, 2019
Looking to pair a Stradic FL 5000 with this rod. Any recommendations on what rod to pair? 
1 Answer
I think a size 4000 would be a better fit for these rods 
Submitted by: Ryan Henry on October 19, 2019

Eli
from San Diego asked:
September 22, 2019
Looking to pair a daiwa BG 2000 or 2500 with this rod. Any recommendations on what rod to pair? 
1 Answer
A 7 to 7'6 mh to m rod would work well with the 2000 or the 2500 series Daiwa BG
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on September 26, 2019

Donovan
from Boston asked:
June 3, 2019
I have a penn conflict 2 4000 reel that I’m looking to pair this with. I mostly throw sluggos, large senko and Daiwa SP minnows. Would the 7’6” Medium Heavy or the 7’6” heavy be the better fit? 
1 Answer
The 7'6 medium heavy would balance out better with the 4000 conflict 2 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on June 5, 2019

John
from Phila asked:
April 29, 2019
Which BG reel would pair best with the MIS70 MF? Will be fishing fluke to small bluefish and stripers. Indian River Bay and inshore off De.
1 Answer
The 3500 would pair well with that mis70mf 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 1, 2019

John Clutch
from Yankeetown asked:
February 10, 2019
Looking for a Mojo Inshore rod for doing some kayak fishing for redfish and speckled trout in the gulf but also use to fish from boat for whatever we catch around the rocks, grouper, seabass, sheepheads etc... thinking of pairing it up with 4000 series reel possibly a Stadic FK or Ultegra... what would you suggest Thanks
1 Answer
The 7 foot medium heavy or 7 foot heavy would be a very versatile rod for both boat and kayak.
Submitted by: Bernie on February 13, 2019

Joe
from Parlin New Jersey asked:
January 10, 2019
I have a shimano stradic 6000 spinning reel i would like to match to a mojo inshore spinning rod, I will be fishing from a boat and using it for fluke, stripers and tautog jigging, I was thinking of the st croix MIS76HF. Do you think this would be a good match?
1 Answer
It would be a good pairing, if your fishing deeper water with heavier jigs and need to stay on the bottom then the heavy version of this rod is a good choice.
Submitted by: Bernie on January 10, 2019

SaltWaterNoob
from CA asked:
August 27, 2022
What's the difference between inshore and surf rods? If I'm fishing for perch or California Halibut off a pier which one would be best suited for me?
1 Answer
Hi, Surf rods tend to be long lengths anywhere from 8ft to 12ft or more and can have variable actions and heavy lure weight ratings that allow the angler to cast far distances and reach areas where smaller rods are unable to cast. Inshore rods tend to be smaller lengths between 6ft-8ft and are usually much lighter in both physical weight and lure weight ratings. This allows the angler to use either a lighter action rod where casting distance may not needed or a lighter lure and presentation would be the best. Based on your fishing application I would recommend a St. Croix JIS79XHMF Mojo Inshore Spinning Rod, https://www.tackledirect.com/st-croix-jis79xhmf-mojo-inshore-spinning-rod.html This is a heavier Inshore rod would allow you to use heavier weights and would be ideal targeting Halibut off a pier. Please let us know if there's anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on August 30, 2022

Nick
from Florida asked:
June 29, 2022
Would the 711 work well with the van staal be 75 throwing 1 oz jigs
1 Answer
Hi Nick, The Mojo Inshore 7'11 will pair well with the Van Staal VR75 and will be great for your application. Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with!
Submitted by: Huy - TackleDirect Customer Service on July 4, 2022

Nick
from Florida asked:
June 29, 2022
Would the 711 work well with the van staal be 75 throwing 1 oz jigs
1 Answer
The 7'11 MH will be a great match with the VR75
Submitted by: Tyler - TackleDirect Customer Service on July 5, 2022

James white
from Deale md. asked:
June 16, 2022
Hey just pick the 7'6" mhf..I plan using it for throwing med jigs soft plastics..and hard plastics .top waters...maybe some lite surf ...have paired with a 3000 stradic  with 20# braid for now...is that a good combo..might make a good snakhead combo too..
1 Answer
Hi James, The St. Croix Mojo inshore in the 7ft 6in medium heavy rating will work well for your application. Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with!
Submitted by: Huy - TackleDirect Customer Service on June 17, 2022

Mike
from MD asked:
June 9, 2022
Will this pair well with a Penn 8500 Spinfisher FF?
1 Answer
Hi Mike, We recommend either going with the Mojo Inshore 7'9 X Heavy variant of this rod or a heavier rod such as the Shimano Terez Spinning Rod ( https://www.tackledirect.com/shimano-tzs78xhblk-terez-spinning-rod-black.html ) to help balance out the setup better. Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with! Tight lines!
Submitted by: Huy - TackleDirect Customer Service on June 13, 2022

Colin Brown
from North Wales U.K asked:
May 18, 2022
I'm looking for a short (by European standard) stiff very fast action rod to work topwater lures for European sea bass. I was thinking maybe the medium 7,6" I'm unlikely to be casting anything over an Oz In weight. Would this rod be suitable? 
1 Answer
Hi Colin, Based on your fishing application I would recommend the St. Croix JIS76MHF Mojo Inshore Spinning Rod. https://www.tackledirect.com/st-croix-jis76mhf-mojo-inshore-spinning-rod.html The Medium-Heavy action of the rod is much stiffer than the Medium action and has a strong backbone that will make casting and working top water lures very easy for your fishing needs. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on May 19, 2022

Tom
from Long Island, NY asked:
March 17, 2022
Looking for a rod for back bay spring stripers & summer fluke from the shore. Would like to throw 1/2 to 1 1/4 oz lures, jigs, bucktails. Rod should be able to handle pencil poppers and have very good casting ability. Could you also recommend a Penn reel with the rod. Thanks 
1 Answer
Hi Tom, I would recommend a St. Croix JIS70MHF Mojo Inshore Spinning Rod. https://www.tackledirect.com/st-croix-jis70mhf-mojo-inshore-spinning-rod.html This rod would be perfect for fishing 1/2 - 1-1/4oz lures for spring stripers and be ideal for fluke fishing from the beach. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on March 18, 2022

Jimmy
from NY asked:
December 4, 2021
I do a lot of bottom fishing,charter boat fishing. Which reel would pair with this rod? Currently looking at Shimano Stradic 4000. Need help choosing best fit?
1 Answer
Hi Jimmy, for your fishing application of bottom fishing I would recommend a Shimano Stradic 5000 FL. Specifically Model: STC5000XGFL; TD Code: SHM-3812. https://www.tackledirect.com/shimano-stc5000xgfl-stradic-fl-spinning-reel.html This would go great with a St. Croix Mojo Inshore Heavy Action rod like model: JIS711HMF; TD Code: SCR-1989. https://www.tackledirect.com/st-croix-jis711hmf-mojo-inshore-spinning-rod.html The reel will hold plenty of line but also not compromise on the weight while the heavy action rod allows you to use heavy sinkers needed in rough current that you need to hold bottom for various kinds of ocean bottom fish. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on December 7, 2021

Tyler
from Long Island, NY asked:
November 7, 2021
Looking for a spinning rod for tautog rigs able to handle the stronger current days and heavier sinkers. 
1 Answer
Hi Tyler, I would recommend a Daiwa Saltiga Jigging Spinning Rod. Specificially model: SLTGJ70HS; TackleDirect Code: DAI-3802. https://www.tackledirect.com/daiwa-sltgj70hs-saltiga-jigging-spinning-rod.html. This rod is able to hold up to 8.8oz or 250grams of weight and has also a strong backbone needed for getting tog out of the wreck. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on November 9, 2021

Steve Dupree
from Macon, Georgia asked:
November 5, 2021
What are some reels that you would pair with the 79 XH? I want something for tarpons and sharks.Also do you think the 711 H would be a better rod for that application?
1 Answer
Hi Steve, I would recommend the JIS79XHMF St. Croix Mojo Inshore Spinning Rod model. This is a stiff rod that you can fish heavy bait and also has alot of backbone needed for tarpon and sharks. I would pair this with a Shimano 2020 Saragosa SW A Spinning Reel. Specifically model: SRG10000SWAPG; TackleDirect Code: SHM-4059. https://www.tackledirect.com/shimano-srg10000swapg-saragosa-sw-a-spinning-reel.html.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on November 5, 2021

Thomas
from New Jersey asked:
March 18, 2021
Would this rod pair well with a penn slammer 4500? Looking to use it for plugging for striped bass and bluefish off the surf or inlets. 

Steve Dupree
from Macon,GA asked:
March 14, 2021
I’m looking for something to use on snook and possibly tarpon. What do you suggest? I’ll be throwing mostly lures. But I may pitch. A few white baits too.
1 Answer
For snook and tarponI would go with the 7’6 MH and match it up with a 4000 or 5000 inshore reel. Ifyou want to go a bit lighter the 7’M is rated for lures 3/8-3/4oz and with a3000 reel can do pretty much anything you need it to do. 
Submitted by: Cory Comunal on March 19, 2021

Bill
from SSI. Ga asked:
January 30, 2021
On the 7’9” x heavy,? What Daiwa Saltist or Penn Battle 2  spinning reel would be a good match
1 Answer
I would generally recommend pairing this rod model with a 4000 or 5000 size reel,

The Saltist 4500 would be a perfect match, Penns are usually slightly larger so a 4000 size would pair well.

I would highly recommend also looking at the Shimano Stradic FL or Daiwa Ballistic models to keep this set up nice and lightweight

Submitted by: TackleDirect Customer Service on January 30, 2021

Javier Pepin
from Rhode Island asked:
January 16, 2021
For big snook,tarpon,redfish,etc,and big stripper bass the xh rod with 6 000 reel is a good set up mojo inshore?
1 Answer
Yes, the XH model would be the best option for that kind of fishing. 
Submitted by: Austin Kearney on January 18, 2021

Rich
from Marin County, CA asked:
December 26, 2020
I am getting the 7' 11'' M-H Fast.  Would a 4500 Penn Spinfisher be too heavy for this rod?  It's 14.5 oz.  The 3500 is only a half ounce lighter.  Does a Vanford balance it out better, being lighter?

Thanks.

1 Answer
The 4500 Spinfisher will work well with this rod, as will the Vanford. It all comes down to personal preference. 
Submitted by: Austin Kearney on December 28, 2020

Corey
from Jackson , Georgia asked:
November 29, 2020
Can this rod be used for freshwater fishing too?
1 Answer
Hello, yes this rod can be used in freshwater.
Submitted by: Bass O on November 30, 2020

Jeff
from Pennsylvania asked:
November 26, 2020
I have a vr50 and would like to pair it to one of these rods.witch one would you recommend?I would be using it for stripers ,bluefish,blackfish and mahi.
1 Answer
I would recommend looking at the 7' or 7'6 MH model rods should hold up to any of those fish
Submitted by: Alex T on November 27, 2020

Sean
from Cape Cod asked:
November 12, 2020
Which rod would pair up well with a saragosa 5000 and 30lb braid for stripers and blues?
1 Answer
This rod would definitely hold up to these fish, i would recommend the 7'6 MHF rated rod or HF rated rod depending on what you are typically using to target these fish
Submitted by: Alex T on November 13, 2020

Firas
from Curacao , Willemstad asked:
February 29, 2020
Hi , what size rod do you recommend for all around fishing (top waters , soft plastics , twitchbait , 1 ounce jigging) (around mangroves and on jetties)
1 Answer
We would recommend the 7' Medium rated for 3/8-3/4oz lures. Allows you to do a little of everything and pairs well with a 3000 class inshore reel. If you trying to match up to a 4000 or 5000, check out the 7" Medium Heavy.
Submitted by: Brian on March 9, 2020

Garret
from Tampa, Florida asked:
February 19, 2020
What rod would pair best with a 3000 Shimano spheros inshore 

When fishing for snook and reds?

1 Answer
You should consider the 7, 7'6 Medium-Heavy models. If you are fishing for bigger snook and reds the Heavy models would be best but a 4000 size reel  would balance better with the heavy. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on February 24, 2020

Nehemias Larin
from San Francisco, California asked:
January 18, 2020
Hi, I have a Daiwa saltist back bay lt in the 3000 sz. Which rod would you recommend I match with?
1 Answer
Hello, Depends on what you will be fishing for but I would recommend the medium or medium heavy

https://www.tackledirect.com/st-croix-mis70mf-mojo-inshore-spinning-rod.html

https://www.tackledirect.com/st-croix-mis70mhf-mojo-inshore-spinning-rod.html

Submitted by: Tyler Bennett on January 23, 2020

Pete
from Texas asked:
October 7, 2019
I have gotten a st croix inshore 7”6 medium light fast action paired with a shimano nasci 5000 as a gift. I  fish mainly from jetties. Is it ok to go over the lure capacity by like 1/2 ounce for the rod. I mainly use spoons and dive baits etc. 
1 Answer
yes
Submitted by: chris jones on October 10, 2019

Steve
from Pensacola, Florida asked:
September 14, 2019
Looking for a rod to pair with Penn Battle 2 4000 to work Lures in the surf. Targeting reds and trout but still want something sensitive enough for whiting and flounder. What would be the best match? Thanks.
1 Answer
A star plasma rod 7ft MH would be a good choice. 
Submitted by: Ryan Henry on October 5, 2019

Richard
from New York asked:
April 13, 2018
I have the 7.6 Medium Heavy Spinning rod. Would that work well with the Daiwa BG 4000 or is that one too heavy for the setup?
1 Answer
The Daiwa BG 4000 would be suitable to pair with the 7'6'' MH spinning rod. There shouldn't be any balancing issues.
Submitted by: Donald on April 13, 2018

Frank
from Bellflower ,Ca asked:
February 9, 2018
What would be best inshore spinning mojo rod to compliment Stradic ci4 3000 for calicos and sand bass?
1 Answer
The St Croix MIS70MF Mojo Inshore Spinning Rod would compliment the Stradic 3000 very nicely, especially fishing for calicos and sand bass.
Submitted by: Donald on February 9, 2018

FrankyG
from Bellflower, California asked:
February 8, 2018
Planning on matching my Stradic ci4 3000fa with a mojo inshore for Calicos and sand bass. Want a strong backbone, but also want setup to be extra light. Also want rod to be 7’6. Should I go 8-17lb rod or 10-20lb? Just want a lot of balance
1 Answer
The 8-17 lb rod would be the better fit and provide the action you need fishing for calicos and sand bass.
Submitted by: Donald on February 9, 2018

Thomas parker
from Edison, ni asked:
January 17, 2018
I was wondering what rod i should buy for throwing bucktails from shore for fluke or even stripers
1 Answer
The St Croix MSS80MMF Mojo Surf Spinning Rod would actually be the better choice for the application your using the rod for.
Submitted by: Donald on January 18, 2018

Rodny
from Danbury, Connecticut asked:
July 6, 2017
Would the MIS70HF be perfect with the Penn Slammer 4500 for kayak fishing for blues and striper?
1 Answer
That would be a well balanced set up for blues and stripers.
Submitted by: Devon on July 7, 2017

Jack
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 ?
1 Answer
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.
Submitted by: Devon on April 11, 2017

Lewis
from Texas asked:
April 2, 2017
How long is the handle on the ST Croix Mojo MIS70MF? vStyle 1 2 or 3?
1 Answer
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.
Submitted by: Devon on April 4, 2017

Owen
from Westerly Rhode Island asked:
February 19, 2017
How long is the butt section on the 76hf rod?
1 Answer
The butt section measures 15'' from where the reel will sit in the reel seat to the bottom end of the rod.
Submitted by: Devon on February 20, 2017

Pat
from Miami, Florida asked:
February 8, 2017
What size Daiwa BG would be well balanced with the MIS70HF?
1 Answer
The heaviest Daiwa BG would be the 3000 that would balance well with the MIS70HF.
Submitted by: Donald on February 9, 2017

Nazir Ahmad
from Pakistan asked:
January 16, 2017
Can I pair that rod with diawa bg 5000
1 Answer
I would recommend the BG4000 to have better balance with the combo.
Submitted by: Donald on January 17, 2017

Ryan McDonough
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?
1 Answer
This rod in a 7 foot, medium heavy to heavy would be a great option for inshore flounder and pitching lures/chunks to mahi.
Submitted by: David on November 4, 2015

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