St Croix Mojo Jig Rods

St Croix Mojo Jig Rods

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TD Code
TypeLengthPowerActionLine WtJig WtRod Wt (oz)HandlePrice
1 Pc
MediumModerate-Fast30-65 Braid60-100g7.22$200.00 USD
1 Pc
Medium-HeavyModerate-Fast50-100 Braid125-200g8.02$200.00 USD
1 Pc
HeavyModerate-Fast65-150 Braid200-300g9.41$200.00 USD
1 Pc
X-HeavyModerate-Fast80-200 Braid275-400g10.11$200.00 USD
1 Pc
MediumModerate-Fast30-65 Braid60-100g7.04$200.00 USD
1 Pc
Medium-HeavyModerate-Fast50-100 Braid125-200g7.84$200.00 USD
1 Pc
HeavyModerate-Fast65-150 Braid200-300g9.23$200.00 USD
1 Pc
X-HeavyModerate-Fast80-200 Braid275-400g10.03$200.00 USD
The new St Croix Mojo Jig saltwater series is built to excel in the demanding sport of vertical jigging. These jigging rods feature blanks manufactured with premium-quality SCII graphite with FRS combined with exclusive Advanced Reinforcing Technology (ART) throughout for incomparable strength and durability. Add in saltwater-grade components and St. Croix craftsmanship for an unbeatable combination of performance and value.
  • Advanced Reinforcing Technology (ART).
  • Premium-quality SCII graphite with FRS for unparalleled strength and durability.
  • Designed specifically for saltwater vertical jigging applications.
  • Sea Guide guides with rust-resistant SS304 frames and aluminum-oxide rings.
  • Fuji PSS-SD palming reel seat with black hood on conventional models.
  • Fuji DPS reel seat with black hoods on spinning models.
  • Premium EVA handle.
  • Kigan hook-keeper.
  • Two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish.
  • Underwraps on guides for added blank protection
  • 5-year warranty backed by St. Croix Superstar Service.
  • Designed in Park Falls and handcrafted in Fresnillo, Mexico.
5 Stars based on 12 reviews
By West F.
Westminster, CA
Strong rod
October 26, 2020
Rod is strong/super light but the holds for the guides are pretty small for fluorocarbon leader or top shot monofilament line.
By John S.
Great rod
August 23, 2020
It'll handle a cobia, so good i bought another
By David
Kennesaw, GA
excited to put it to the test
May 1, 2020
going to pair this w a shimano 6000. excited to see what its capable of, this is my first st croix rod and heard nothing but good things about them!
By ernie
Philadelphia, PA
Bought 1 Got 2 More
March 23, 2020
Perfect combo with a stradic 5000 for bass any size light fun fight with a decent backbone...use them jigging for bass all the time!!
By Paul
Saginaw, Michigan
Great Overall
February 9, 2020
St Croix’s Mojo rod series are great overall fishing rods.
By Tim
Rome, New York
First jigging tuna
October 29, 2019
Purchased the heavy spinning rod for jigging tuna in the 100lb range.
Caught my first blue fin tuna jigging off Cape Cod. 204lbs
Put the rod to the test, with maximum stress for almost 2 hours, but it worked awesome.
Will purchase another.
ProsVery light, and very strong.
By Ayacht
Bass River
Bought this for a new striper setup
August 16, 2018
Nice light weight rod. Great action.
By Steve
Very pleased
July 14, 2018
Rod is stiffer than my Shimano's but performs well.
By Steve
Seminole, FL
Great snapper rod! Not just for jigging
March 3, 2018
I have my Avet SX Raptor on the 6'6 medium conventional rod which I primarily use for mangrove snapper in the gulf. This rod is light, extremely sensitive , comfortable to fish with and a 5 year warranty is tough to beat. I will likely get another one when I purchase another Avet SX. It is the perfect rod to pair with the SX series reels.
By Glenn
Parrish, Florida
great rod
December 26, 2017
this is my second St Croix Mojo Jigging rod. It is very light but very strong. Works great with my Avet SX reel. Fit and finish is excellent for a production rod.
By Billy
Mojo jig extremely light yet mighty
November 18, 2017
I have 3 6'6" rods 2 spinning. And 1 casting. All Medium heavy rods. Use them for deep water porgy and Seabass. You can feel the slightest tap with 50 pound braid of the smallest fish. And we were using quad hooks set up's and they have the backbone To hook 3 4 Pounders at one time. All-around love the rods. If you want to catch the smallest fish. All the way up to I would say the largest stripers and codfish. Haven't caught a large striper or cod yet but the pole seems to have plenty of Power. And so far love the guides they're made of 304 stainless Small but Mighty. All-around great Rods.
Pros Can't beat St. Croix's warrantee. And Quality. For the price.
By Paul D.
Oakdale NY
First Striped BAss on rod
November 8, 2017
Fished Fire Island Inlet south Shore of Long Island NY first bass was a 38 inch striped bass at 20lbs action on rod was great plenty of back bone for this fish happy with joe the rod performed
13 Questions & 13 Answers
from Richmond va asked:
December 25, 2019
Which would be a good fit for a Okuma andros 12II? Used for jigging and bottom fishing for snapper and grouper and deep dropping for tilefish?
1 Answer
Check out this model: it is 5ft 8 an ideal length for bottom fishing and give you more control over the large grouper. Also with the 300g max lure rating will get you down to those tilefish as well. Also the Okuma andros will balance nicely on the reel seat. 
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on December 30, 2019

from Cinnaminson, NJ asked:
October 20, 2019
Looking for a new stripper rod. Just got a avet sx 5.3. Would this be a good rod to liveline bunker from a boat and what model would be good. 
1 Answer
A 6'6 medium power St.Croix mojo salt would be a good pair with your avet. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 21, 2019

from Laguna CA asked:
April 26, 2019
What’s the best reel to pair qith this rod. I fish so calif waters for yellowtail and tuna
1 Answer
Really depends on the model of rod and how you plan on fishing it. Please give us a call and we can get you going with the perfect setup for yellowtail in California. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 8, 2019

from Cinnaminson, NJ asked:
January 1, 2019
Looking for a rod to pair with my new Dawia Saltiga 15h, fishing on party boats for Blackfish, seabass and striper. Would,this be a good choice or should I go with a musky rod?
1 Answer
The mojo jig is designed to jig not so much with the musky rod
Submitted by: Bernie on January 3, 2019

from Queens, NY asked:
January 1, 2019
What would happen if I used a heavier sinker than what the rod is rated for ?
1 Answer
The rod would not perform as it was designed to do.
Submitted by: Bernie on January 2, 2019

Dave Tan
from singapore asked:
October 31, 2018
Hi , can st croix mojo jig rods series fit okuma makaira 8ii reel seat?
1 Answer
They would fit but that rod is to small for the Makaira
Submitted by: Bernie on October 31, 2018

from South texas gulfcoast asked:
April 18, 2020
I need a reel to match avet jx raptor. Most of my jigs in the 150 to 260 range. My line is 65lb  power pro. Which of your jigging rods would you suggest for jigging and bottom fishing. 
1 Answer
We would recommend the 6'6" MH if you are going to be doing a mix of jigging and bottom fishing.
Submitted by: Brian on April 21, 2020

from Europe asked:
February 9, 2020
Looking for a conventional jig rod for amberjack and YFT up to 100lbs. Would Mojo Jig be a good match? If so, which model?
1 Answer
These rods will be a good match. The MJJC66MHMF model would be the best selection. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on February 10, 2020

from bucks county pa. asked:
March 22, 2018
i have a shimano torium 20 with 30# pp that I use for striper fishing but i would like a new rod. What mojo would you recommend? I mainy use 6/8 oz jigs and live line.
1 Answer
Based on the weight of the jigs you'll be using I'd suggest the Medium-Heavy (model number MJJC66MHMF).
Submitted by: Devon on March 27, 2018

from Woodbridge NJ asked:
March 17, 2018
How would the mojo jig 6â€â"¢6†m rod do for party boat fishing for fluke in NJ?
1 Answer
The 6'6'' M would be a good party boat rod for fluke fishing in NJ. A good reel to match with it would be a Penn Slammer 4500 for spinning or the Avet SX for conventional setup.
Submitted by: Donald on March 17, 2018

from Jetty country asked:
December 27, 2017
How does this rod compare to the Shimano trevala S? Looking to try more butterfly jigging for fluke and sea bass this summer of jersey shore in 40-90 foot. Going to put a sustain 5000 on it. What rod would better handle better?
1 Answer
The Mojo Jig would be more comprable to the original Trevala than it would be to the Trevala S. The rod is not as lightweight and the blank is not as thin as the Trevala S.
Submitted by: Devon on December 30, 2017

from Hutchinson MN asked:
March 25, 2017
The St.Croix 5'8 XH spinning rod is rated for 80-200lb. Braid. What spinning reel (if any), could handle 80-200lb braid?!?
1 Answer
I'd suggest the Slammer III 10500 or something in a similar size range.
Submitted by: Devon on March 28, 2017

Michael R Benzon
from Philadelphia, PA asked:
February 10, 2017
Hi, I am considering the St Croix MJJC66MHMF rod. I want a compact rod that I can maneuver easy on a skiff in the NJ bay or on a larger party boat where I need to fish around other anglers. I want something that I can jig a hi/low lightweight bucktail with a gulp teaser, and also a 4oz deadeye dick... What are your thoughts and what reels would match this setup well? If you could elaborate, and suggest a few reel options in different price ranges. Thank you, Mike
1 Answer
The St Croix MJJS66MHMF Mojo Jig Spinning Rod is a good choice of a rod to go along with a smaller Shimano saragosa or a Penn Spinfisher V.
Submitted by: Donald on February 10, 2017


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