Tony Maja Custom Mojo Rod - 6 ft. 6 in.

Tony Maja Custom Mojo Rod - 6 ft. 6 in.

Reg Price $179.99
Our Price $152.99

Oversize Packaging Required - Long Tube or Box
TD Code
Mojo Rod
1 pc
8 Black Frame Fuji Alconite GuidesMedium-HeavyModerate-SlowReg Price $179.99Our Price $152.99
Oversize Packaging Required
The Tony Maja Custom Mojo Rod is made with durable and strong graphite material to help achieve extraordinary strength and action.

  • Tough gold aluminum reel seat with 5 decorative holes and gold aluminum hoods
  • Gold aluminum gimbal butt
  • 8 Black frame Fuji alconite guides+tip for use with braided line
  • Maja's custom red/yellow/black/white diamond butt wrap
  • Double wrapped reinforced red and yellow underwrap on all guides
  • Tony Maja striped bass decal above foregrip and a bonus cloth imprinted carry bag
5 Stars based on 4 reviews
By George B.
perfect for trolling mojos
April 28, 2020
nice construction, well made, fast action is good
By Capt A.
Bay Shore, NY
Only Maja...
February 11, 2020
The rods were made with a perfect balance to troll mojos. Other rods used for Mojos have a very stiff backbone, which is needed because in most cases we are trolling 24oz or more. However, the Maja Mojo Rod gives you the stiff back, but a fast tip, which allows the angler more action and provides for a better experience fighting a fish. At first I was concerned about the guides as they appear to be a bit thin/light, but these are a special Fuji Alconite guides and are super tough. The light guides, with the light but sturdy blank are a perfect match. The reel seat is the old reliable aluminum, which doesn't provide any wobble like a composite might. The rods are equipped with an aluminum gimbal (much better than some of those plastic ones) in case you need to use a fighting belt or just want to lock it into the pole holder. Overall, if you are going to be trolling Mojos or any deep divers, you should definitely check out the Maja Mojo Rod.
ProsLight Strong Back through the Center Light Tip provides great action Aluminum Seat Aluminum Gimbal
ConsI usually prefer a 7' rod on my boat so I can work it around the motors better while I'm fighting a fish.
By Carmen D.
Great Rod
November 30, 2019
Used a few times so far handels well
ProsLove the colors
By Kerry
Great Kills, Staten Island
Mojo trolling rods:
May 15, 2019
Nice light action trolling rods, caught 5 bass first day out on green and white MOJO's,
teamed the rods with Shimano 600 LC reels makes for a nice combo.
ProsLight action rod
ConsWould prefer silver reel seats in lieu of the gold seats to match Tony Maja 8' bunker spoon trolling rods.
7 Questions & 7 Answers
from Trenton asked:
September 22, 2019
Do you have the mojo rod in stock? Also can you tell me the length of the rear grip and the fore grip. I’m trying to determine if it will be too long for shorter fishermen . What reel you recommend.
1 Answer
These are still on pre-order.
Submitted by: Ethan on September 27, 2019

Kentucky Mike
from prestonsburg, KY asked:
March 30, 2019

Would this rod be suitable for Gulf Stream fishing for 30 to 50 pound criters fished with 6 to 10 ounces dropped on a double hook rig,  I typically use 65 lb, braid with a 100 lb, shock leader.

Thanks in advance for your time. God bless and "tight lines", Kentucky Mike.

1 Answer
This rod is more for trolling not jigging I would look at the TZCX66HBLK
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on April 3, 2019

from Shrewsbury MA. asked:
March 4, 2019
What reel would be recommend for this rod for stripper fishing cape cod
1 Answer
The Shimano Torium would pair up well with the maja mojo rod 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on March 7, 2019

from Jersey Shore asked:
March 18, 2020
Best Reel options for these rods?
1 Answer
A lot of different options you can go with depending on personal preference, but here are a few options we would recommend to pair up with the Tony Maja Mojo Rod:

Shimano Torium Star Drag Reels, especially ones with the power handle. Nice feature for cold conditions where you may be wearing gloves. Sizes 16/20/30 are all really similar in size besides width of spool. 16 holds plenty if this is strictly going to be used for this application

Avet JX or LX. Same reel, just a wider spool on the LX.

If you are fishing with anglers who do not fish much, the Shimano Tekota is a nice option since it has the built in levelwind and you do not have to worry about the line bunching up if they are not thumbing it across the spool. They also have models with a built in line counter, which is really nice to get back to the same position easily if the fish are locked in to a particular depth. 600 Line counter model would match up well on this rod:

Submitted by: Brian on March 20, 2020

from Ronkonkoma, New York asked:
September 30, 2019
What is the best alternative you have in stock to match this rod, will be used trolling mojos.
1 Answer
HX 4.2
Right-Hand30-60 lb.40/380
Strike: 22
Full: 28
4.2:137 in.2-7/8 in.24 oz.Select Color$289.99 USD
Submitted by: Andrew Montagna on October 5, 2019

from Boston asked:
March 28, 2019
What test line are you reccomending for this rod?  Kind of weird not to see a line test range on a rod, or reel for that matter.
1 Answer
Unfortunately Tony Maja does not list that information, but we would recommend 30-65 braid. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on April 3, 2019

from Italy asked:
March 27, 2019
Which is mono line rating of this rod?
1 Answer
Unfortunately Tony Maja does not list line ratings for the rod. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on April 4, 2019


Show off your fishing gear investment. Please post images and videos of your fishing gear, apparel, catches and lifestyle shots on and off the water. Let's see what you've got for a chance to win FREE gear! You can use #HookedOnTD or UPLOAD YOUR IMAGE HERE to make it onto our product pages or gallery. See something you like? You can shop directly from the images we post when gear we sell is featured!