Who makes Mojo rods?

St. Croix Rods
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Brand St. Croix Rods
Grip Type Split
Material Blend
Tension Level Medium-Heavy/Fast
Color Black Cherry Metallic

Where are Mojo Bass rods made?

St. Croix’s facility in Park Falls, Wisconsin manufactures our Legend, Avid, Mojo and other rod series.

What is a 7 3 medium/heavy rod good for?

7-foot, medium-heavy casting rod A medium-heavy rod will allow you to fish Texas rigs, smaller jigs, spinnerbaits, vibrating jigs, topwater lures, crankbaits and much more without sacrificing hardly any performance.

Are Mojo Bass rods sensitive?

Very sensitive and plenty of backbone and it is so light, I can cast all day even with my arthritic hands. The first fish I caught on this rod was a 35″ pike, using a willow-leaf spinner bait.

Is St. Croix a good rod brand?

St Croix Rods are some of the most legendary bass fishing rods on the water today. St Croix has been developing truly top-of-the-line fishing gear since 1948.

Who makes St Croix rods?

the Schluter family
For 40 of its 70 years in business, St. Croix has been owned by the Schluter family…and continues to be today. From day one, St. Croix has completely controlled the rod manufacturing process, which is a source of great pride for Paul.

What is the best rod length for bass fishing?

The best length rod is 6 feet long to offer better casting accuracy; however, with an ideal 7-foot long rod, you will enjoy increased accuracy, hook set leverage, and casting power. These bait types use a single hook, so a medium action rod will give you enough power when fighting to reel in the bass.

What action rod is best for bass fishing?

For bass fishing, a medium-heavy is one of the most versatile options you can choose. A standard medium also works well for a variety of fishing techniques and a medium-light spinning rod is an excellent option for lighter lures, while still having enough power to land bigger fish.

Which St Croix rod is best for bass?

“It’s the Victory 7’3” medium-heavy power, fast action casting rod (VT73MHF).” Hudnall says, without a doubt, that this rod may very well be the most versatile bass rod in St. Croix’s expansive lineup.