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Old 12-15-2009, 07:04 PM
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Striper MOJOS FOR SALE- $ 15.00 each plus shipping

We have right at a hundred MOJOS tied up and ready to catch some rockfish! We have the following sizes: 28 ounce, 20 ounce and 16 ounce. Each mojo is poured, powder painted and tied in NC, USA. We make them in chartreuse or white, they all come with tinsel, a nine inch shad and a 12/0 Mustad hook. Please PM or email us at [email protected].

$15.00 each plus $10.00 flat rate USPS shipping.
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Old 12-15-2009, 08:25 PM
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How many can you ship for the $10 ? Thanks
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Old 12-15-2009, 08:39 PM
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Ditto on the shipping to 27949?
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Old 12-15-2009, 09:12 PM
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How the heck do you fish a jig that weighs over a pound?

Up here on Cape Cod we fish with lead jigs on wire line but cripes 5oz is about max for us.
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Old 12-15-2009, 10:59 PM
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Trolling......... you bounce them along the bottom...... Put them on a stiff rod and crank the drag down a bit.

They usually have a trailer jig that is in the 4 - 10 oz size that you either put a plastic swim bait on or you put a live pogie. They work really good. Only issue is when you get in the big blue fish.... you can 't bait them fast enough.

If you are new to trolling these big boys, make sure you keep them away from the side of the boat when you are swinging them out or in. They will leave a "mark" on the side of the boat. This isn't a little 4 oz weight swinging around.

If he is using the same USPS flat rates I do, he can probably put 8 - 12+ in there no problem. Their nice cause you can get away with the weight not killing your postage price.

Sucks to be to PO employee when a sale is running like this.
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Old 12-16-2009, 03:17 AM
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I have shipped 24 in one box for $10.00 dollars, the box weighed 44 pounds. Flat rate shipping ships anywhere under 70lbs.
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Old 12-16-2009, 04:39 AM
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To anyone wondering, these are really nice baits, high quality and best of all they put fish in the boat.
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:07 PM
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I want some of these mojos but I would like to pick some up for me and my friends where are you located in NC.
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Rock On,

We are in Rocky Mount. If you are in the triangle, I travel there everyday.
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Old 12-17-2009, 04:06 AM
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Current inventory of MOJOS: We will have more ready next week!

White
10 - 28 oz
06 - 20 oz
03 - 16 oz

Chart
08 - 28 oz
08 - 20 oz
02 - 16 oz

We had several emails about the pink mojos in the picture. The heads are Chart with pink hair/silver witch tape with an electric chicken 9" shad. We have not tested these colors in the water ourselves, but we had a couple charter captains request pink this year.

Funky Chicken Mojo (Electric Chicken colors)
03 - 20 oz
03 - 28 oz
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Old 12-18-2009, 07:29 PM
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Guys,

If you fish for striper, you've gotta have a few of these in your spread. The G&H Mojos are the finest around. Phil and Mike have designed a great swimming mojo that tracks straight and catches fish. They are top quality and I will be buying more!!!

Good Luck and "Catch Em Up".

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Old 12-21-2009, 07:21 AM
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All orders shipped Friday. We still have several mojos left at this price. $15.00 a MOJO! They are catching stripers off Virginia Beach ocean front.

Chart
08 - 28 oz
08 - 20 oz

White
10 - 28 oz
06 - 20 oz
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Old 12-23-2009, 05:11 PM
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Got my shipment today! Just wanted to say thanks and look forward to feeding a big cow one of these mojo's. A+++ Merry Christmas
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Do these have to be run out on planer lines???
If not
I run mostly 320's with mono...what test mono shd I run....

Never ran anything this heavy... I'm assuming the 28 is going to run deeper then the lighter

I'm running a 6 rod spread with no boards (for now)....

I'd like to add a few to the bag of tricks, but again never ran anything this heavy and am unsure...

Thx
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Stripe In -
Do these have to be run out on planer lines??? No
The 320's are fine we run 40 lb mono and then use a heavier leader 60 lb from the three way. We run these from our transom to get some heavy baits on the bottom while trolling as Killer Griller stated in his post (Thanks Killer Griller) We will run either a shad "daisey chain" with mojo on the bottom or we will run three way from about 6-8 ft up and then run a plug, spoon or a small umbrella rig off the three way. To me its all about getting more baits in the water and covering the entire water column from the surface to the bottom. The 28 ounce mojo will allow you to troll these off the bottom also we will inlcude some leaders and three ways for set up.... thanks

Phil

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Any type of guidance on what weight works with what depth of water,I assume you use these on braided line outfits? It's not a popular way to fish up north but I am sure many guys would like to try if they knew how to fish 'em.
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Old 12-30-2009, 05:24 AM
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I will be pulling some of these off VB today.They are made very nice and stand up very well.
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Just received my MOJO's and they are made extremely well. Can't wait to get them down deep in the Chesapeake and troll them.
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