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POSTED BY: Joet Windisch


I found your internet sign by accident. I read the story on how MOJO began and I bought several kits. I have made a bait box just of your weights. My bullet sinkers are a thing of the past. My drop shot is hundred percent better. I feel anything I come in contact with bottom ,weeds, rock and the fish when they hit it.


"Hello Joet and a Great and Blessed Sunday to you and your family and loved ones!"

This is Larry Glavinich, President of the Mojo Lure Company.

"I must say that I personally and sincerely appreciate your kind words and your valued time in sharing your personal testimonial included, as to the Mojo product line! We at Mojo fish ourselves enjoy fishing, I myself since I was two years of age and now 53, and we take great pride in designing, engineering and offering a product that is 100% completely effective, versatile and user friendly where you can fish smarter and not harder when it comes to dragging your sinker and bait through any and all bottom terrain with minimal hang-ups and snags. As personal friend Hank Parker always testifies and promotes, Mojo has its own nitch and hasn't followed the leader when it comes to sinker innovation, but only plowed their own road to success and name recognition with our designs and with this said, I am very proud to be behind the scenes of the Mojo Company operating with integrity, morals and business ethics.! "No Knock-Offs found in our product line!" We also strive to sustain and continually gain the utmost regarding customer service and economical pricing for the angler's purchase and hard earned dollar Bar None!"

At Mojo our sinkers designs and systems rise to the top when all others stay permanently on the bottom!

Thank you Joet for your loyal and valued support and purchase of the Mojo products.


POSTED BY: LG Traylor
SUBJECT: Mojo Rock Hopper

My first time fishing in Ontario Canada in a shield lake (huge rock piles across the bottom), we drift fished and back trolled because the walleye were hanging 20 to 30 ft down. Lost rig after rig, even the famous brothers' no-snagg sinkers. Digging down deep in my tackle box and ran into the mojo rock hoppers that i purchased a year or so before. I cannot say that I did not get snagged anymore, but I can say that I never lost another rig. MOstly I just gave it some slack and counted to 10 and reeled it in. Some I had to shake the rod and then reel. I am ordering several boxes of the heavier sizes for next years trip to Canada. A great product to use in the most severe rocky bottoms I have ever seen.


DATE: Wed. March 19th 2008
POSTED BY: Dr. Daryl Parkyh
Dept of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, U of FL

SUBJECT: Mojo TwinTails

I am a researcher working on amberjack. We have been using your White 'Twin Tails' for several years now and know them to be ticket when the AJs aren't even taking live bait. They are also a killer on black seabass and grouper as well. Keep up the good work!


Date: Thursday, October 7th 2004
POSTED BY: Joseph Ragan

REFERRED BY: Bassmaster
SUBJECT: Mojo Rock Hopper Weight System

Prior to the Bass Classic held in Charlotte,NC, I always used your
carolina rig weights. At the Classic I purchased your new Rock Hopper weight
system. I tried the system at my club tournament in September and could not
believe how sensitive it was to feel the fish bite. I ended up winning the
tournament that day. I even provided my partner with your weight and made a
believer out of him. He placed second. Two weeks ago I went pre fishing for
a tournament my buddy and I will be fishing this weekend. We started
carolina rigging and I caught a 5lb largemouth. Things were nice until I
broke my rod in half on a bass that my buddy saw that probably would of
weighed in at close to 10lbs. I provided my buddy with your weight and he
had a great day fishing. This last weekend fished a club tournament with my
son-in-law as my partner. I sold him on your product as we were catching
largemouth and spotted bass all weekend. Thanks for this weight system.


Date: Saturday, August 28th 2004
POSTED BY: Kenneth Bruce

REFERRED BY: Mr. Roland Martin
SUBJECT: MoJos save money

I picked up some of your H.P. Drop Shot Sinkers at Unkel Joes in Altoona
Pa. to see if they were as good as Mr. Martin said they were. They Are! Not
only are they quick and easy to use, they save me money! They don't snag as
much and if they do" I don't lose the whole rig. I can't wait to try more of
your products.

Thanks Mojo and Thanks Mr. Roland Martin!
Kenny


Date: Wednesday, August 11, 2004
POSTED BY: Robert Hamel

REFERRED BY: Sales Rep
SUBJECT: Request from a fan

I use your baits about 80% of the time and have great success with them, more so than any others and it is suprising how they seem to produce when the others dont" a little background. Previously I was a member of North East Bassmasters for several years and had some exceptional catches out of lake cobassecontee in Winthrop ME. with your products. I took a 10.5/ 9.8/ 9.5/ and a 9.3 lb largemouth all in one summer and I carried a daily average on the lakes of ME. of 24lbs per trip out. However I have been out of the fishing scene for a few years now due to a severe accident caused by a semi truck hitting my truck, thus loosing my truck and boat and putting me into the dissabled list. I have been able to work myself back to being able to fish agian and just picked up a new (used bassboat) not the best, but it's a 195 astroglass with a 150 jhonson. I am now living in Abbeville SC. so I have to relearn alot as to the lakes and types of fishing and how to work with my limitations, but I am planning to get back into the tournament scene shortly". I am out on the lakes weekly now learning and starting to get it together and I was hopeing you might send me a patch for my new jacket if possible". If not, can I purchase one?? I really like your products and I think more people around here should try them, but they all seem to use a lot of junk that is available in this area.There is a serious lack of tackle dealers in this area even though we have 8 lakes within 1 hr drive, some as big as acers so you would think I could find almost anything. The few stores do carry a fair selection, but mostly off colors or brands and I have tried some of their products and they are just not as good in many ways so I order through Cabelas or Basspro. I would like to thank you for making such a high quality product that works so well and for setting the newest trends and never settling for just remaking the same old thing like the other companies seem to do!


Date: Wednesday, July 15th 2004
POSTED BY: Thomas J Martin

REFERRED BY: Sales Rep
SUBJECT: Mojo Lures

Dear Sales Rep.,
I certainly appreciate you taking the time to inform me of updates on my previous order. The T-shirt your are sending will be just fine. Just to let you know, I did get to try out the Mojo weight system last weekend and I'm really impressed how well the weight pulled through the weeds and cover. My hat is off to Mojo Lure Co. and its very courtious and friendly staff.....May all of you have a safe and enjoyable summer....Once again, Thank You.....

Sincerely,
Thomas J Martin


Date: Wednesday, July 7th 2004
POSTED BY: Doug Porter

REFERRED BY: search engine
SUBJECT: rock hopper

I fish the Lower Niagara River in New York all year round for a variety of
big fish. When bass season rolls around I always seem to find myself back
using the rock hopper. The bottom consists of so many rocks and boulders,yet
this rig consistently avoids snags. It is truly amazing, and to be flat out
honest there is no better product for tough cover. I constantly take hefty
smallmouths, and have placed well in local tournaments all thanks to you.
Keep up the good work, for the sake of us fans.

Doug Porter
Niagara Falls, NY


Date: Tuesday, June 29th 2004
POSTED BY: Michael McDaniel

REFERRED BY: Bassin Mag
SUBJECT: Large Mouth Bass

I tried a Mojo weight rigged Texas style on Greers Ferry Lake in Arkansas a week ago. I slow rolled it accross the bottom of a rocky point and caught a 6.09 lb bass. Needless to say I took big bass that day. These Mojo\'s are awsome!!!!

Michael McDaniel


Date: Monday, June 28th 2004
POSTED BY: Jeff gray

REFERRED BY: Web
SUBJECT: Fishing heaven

Guys thanks for a terrfic product.....The mojo weights have been a life
saver for drop shot rig. I have been slaying the bucket mouths with this
set-up and my friends are still hitting me up for ideas as they are always
getting hung up with their crappy set-up....It all about the MOJO
baby---have to say that with the Austin power voice....send me some product
so I can keep marketing your product for you....

Signed, your non commission employee!!!


Date: Friday, June 11th 2004
POSTED BY: Frank Everett

REFERRED BY: Web site
SUBJECT: testimonial

I was using your weigth system the carolina rig, on lake St Clair. I was
drifting a senko worm on 8lb line. Bam!! A 5lb smallmouth. I've been hooked
on these mojo weights from that point on.


Date: Friday, June 11th 2004
POSTED BY: Danny Batinich

REFERRED BY: I use your stuff always
SUBJECT: New rigging that\'s working

I have come up with a rig that\'s really working. I make a
drop-shot
with a large Mojo sinker on the bottom and a smaller one about 4 to 6
inches
up from it, then the hook 6 to 12 inches up from the small sinker.
When you
shake it up and down, the bait moves faster and more eratic causing
strikes... my friend used it yesterday at Diamond Valley and sleyed
them.

Try it...

Danny

PS... I caught the 13-7 at the Delta in the BASS Federation State
Classic with a Mojo drop-shot rig.

 

A Reply From Larry!

Danny!

Thanks for sharing your Great idea!
If I have it right! You are allowing the large weight to hold the
line to the lake bottom and using the smaller sinkers to pull the bait
downward with much a quicker reaction, as you shake your rod or raise and lower your
rod position. This is a good presentation. We know of a product that we
are possibly going to market, that accomplishes this action, much more
controllable and efficiently. It will blow you away!

Best Regards
Larry Glavinich / President
Mojo Lure Co.


Date: Tuesday, June 8th 2004
POSTED BY: Charles Graves

REFERRED BY: Fishing with Roland Martin T.V. show
SUBJECT: Carolina Slider Weights

Your Carolina Slider weights are the best I have ever used. They come
through weeds and brush very easily, and cast very well. I have used other
brands of sliding cylinder weights, but they are not as good as yours.

Thank you for a Superior product. The only problem is finding them in my
area. I only have the ones I have, due to a friend letting me have them.

Sincerly,
Charles Graves


Date: Monday, March 15th 2004
POSTED BY: Norval Chan

SUBJECT: RockHopper Weights


Over this past weekend I used your RockHopper weights from your sample
pack at Lake Oroville in California. I was fishing over shallow points with
lots of rock and gravel. They worked great!!! The hang ups were fewer and
when I did hang up, I was able to get it off very easily. I only lost one
rig all day!!! In the past I fished with your regular weights and I had
many more hang ups and broke off more frequently. Unfortunately I can't
find any of the RockHopper weights at my local tackle stores so I'm
planning on calling today to place an order for some.

I'm a member of the River City Bass Masters in Sacramento and would like
to share some of your sample packs with the other members.


Date: Thursday, February 5th 2004
POSTED BY: Norval Chan

Your weight system is very effective! I've been using your weights on my
split shot rigs for many years. The weights are less apt to snag than the
traditional bullet weights and they allow me to adjust the distance between
the weight and the hook in just seconds as compared to having to completely
retying the traditional split shot rig.


Date: Wednesday, February 4th 2004
POSTED BY: Paul Schiefer

REFERRED BY: Various Magazines
SUBJECT: Mojo Rigs

I have been bass fishing for 30 years and have tried many types of new
products and systems and many never lived up to the hype. I enjoy smallmouth
bass fishing in Wisconsin and experimented with the mojo rig and have
enjoyed super success using a light mojo about 24 inches above the Senko 4"
rigged wacky style on a octopus hook.It looks natural and the fish love it!!
Paul Schiefer

Thanks for a terrific product.


Date: Tuesday, February 3rd 2004
POSTED BY: calvin salyer

REFERRED BY: westernbass.com
SUBJECT: Mojo

i will tell you what, i do alot of dropshooting durning the winter months
here in the california delta and i lose so many set up to rocks or fish
runing in to the rock but with the rock hopper i landed so many fish over
this weekend with this cold front on my rear, i had to throw back some of
the nice hogs that i had, couldnt keep then in the livewells, only because
of the hogs that i already caught, keep the products coming, and tight lines


Date: Tuesday, February 3rd 2004
POSTED BY: Vic Gauzza

REFERRED BY: Bassdozer-web site
SUBJECT: drop shot

I JUST STARTED USING THE DROP SHOT.IT HAS WORK GREAT, ALSO BEEN USING THE
CAROLINA RIGGING.I HAVE BEEN CATCHING MORE FISH THAN EVER.THANK YOU FOR
MAKING THIS PRODUCT.--Thanks Vic


Date: Wednesday, January 7th 2004
POSTED BY: Joe DiDomenico

REFERRED BY: Fishing Partner
SUBJECT: Product

I'm a 48 yr.old pro from new jeresy.I\'ve been using your products for
years.And its the only weight system I use,for carolina rigging to picthing
in heavy grass mats.And now a great drop shot rig.Thank you.Your company and
product make my day on the water real simple and easy.
member BASS 30 yrs. member FLW 8 yrs.
member ABA 12yrs. member MIDWEST SPORTSMAN 3 yrs. member NBC 2004
Also pro staff for WWW.RETRIEVERLURES.COM
Anything I can do in New Jeresy just ask. Joe DiDomenico


Date: Monday, January 26th 2004
POSTED BY: Ken Cuadrado

REFERRED BY: Fishing buddies & B.A.S.S.
SUBJECT:

Last season I began using the mojo rock hopper in some real serious snag
invested rip-rap on the New Croton Reservoir (Westchester Co., NY) and I
gotta tell you.....this baby works! I plucked smallmouth after smallmouth
out of cover where you wouldn't even think of fishing and didn't loose a
single rig!

Ken Cuadrado


Date: Monday, January 12th 2004
POSTED BY: Bill Kauffman

REFERRED BY: Calif. Bass Fed tourney Region 5
SUBJECT: Mojo rigging

Recieved a pac/sample from rep at Region 5 tourney at Shasta lake. Used them that day drop shotting and carolina rigging. They were great and will be using them almost exclusively from now on. Thank you Bill Kauffman


Date: Sunday, January 11th 2004
POSTED BY: William Timpano

REFERRED BY: Anglers Marine Bass-a-Thon
SUBJECT: Rockhopper weights

I like fishing with the lightest weight possible. I use a 1/8 and 3/16 weight a lot.

1/4 oz is the lightest Roskhopper weight you have available. Consider making a 1/8th and 3/16th oz. available.

The Rockhopper is absolutly unbelievable when fishing rocks. I made a believer out of my fishing partner.

Thanks,
Bill

P.S. Talk to the buyer at Anglers Marine and get them to stock the Rockhopper weight. They currently do not have them.
bt


Date: Wednesday, January 7th 2004
POSTED BY: Joe DiDomenico

REFERRED BY: Fishing Partner
SUBJECT: Product

I'm a 48 yr.old pro from new jeresy.I've been using your products for years.And its the only weight system I use,for carolina rigging to picthing in heavy grass mats.And now a great drop shot rig.Thank you.Your company and product make my day on the water real simple and easy. member BASS 30 yrs. member FLW 8 yrs. member ABA 12yrs. member MIDWEST SPORTSMAN 3 yrs. member NBC 2004 Also pro staff for WWW.RETRIEVERLURES.COM Anything I can do in New Jeresy just ask. Joe DiDomenico


Date: Saturday, December 27th 2003
POSTED BY: Ray Coleman

SUBJECT: Mojo

The MOJO rig is still my go to rig! On those really tough days I know that
if i need that one bite it will come on a MOJO splitshot rig. I like to rig
using 4-6lb test 1/0 hook and either 1 or 2ea 1/8 ounce MOJO weights. I
secure them together with one piece of rubber making them stay put yet flex
thru the rocks and brush. If I think the fish are a little more active I
will only secure the weight closest to the hook so that they will bang
together while being fished.

A bead may be added between the 2 weights. These rigs have saved my bacon
many times over the last couple of years. If you are a split shotter or a
drop shotter you owe it to yourself to try them. If not, that bite you
really really needed.....he's probably in my livewell!!


Date: Tuesday, December 23rd 2003
POSTED BY: Mike Collins

REFERRED BY: Use your products.
SUBJECT: Rock Hoppers

I've done real well with carolina rigging in local tournaments, the only problem was, the night before I would have to pre-rig up to 10 leaders because I like to fish in deep rocky structure, and I would snag the bottom and break off. Then came the ROCK HOPPER.... I recently saw your product at the Bass-a-Thon show at Anglers Marine, and I thought I would give it a try. All I can say is that the product is GREAT.....No more breaking off....means more fishing time....which means more BASS in the Boat. Keep up the Good Work....


Date: Monday, November 24th 2003
POSTED BY: joe madigan

REFERRED BY: fishing mags,
SUBJECT: mojo weight

I used and lost so many sinkers this summer i finally put my stubborness
aside and tried the mojo sinker. I gave my nephew the old ones and will only
fish with the lure saving rig. I just got sick of having to re-rig because of
rock cannabalism on my lures.


Date: Friday, November 14th 2003
POSTED BY: Matt Hupp

SUBJECT: Flipping a Mojo Drop Shot

Well, down here in Texas the fishing is getting better and better as the fall season takes its toll on the big largemouth, and the patterns you start to see resemble that of a spring time situation. The larger bass are holding tighter to heavy cover and are easily past up by spinnerbait chunking anglers. When you think of your traditional heavy cover baits, you may put in that catigory; jigs, tubes and maybe a good ol' fashioned texas rigged worm. But try this one. Set up a Mojo drop shot rig using a shorter leader, one only about 4 inches long, use a 2/0 off set shank worm hook to keep from getting hung up as much. I use Mustad Ultra-Point hooks for there strength. And throw on your softplastic of choice. I've found that the Lake Fork Trophy Bait & Tackle ringfrie does a great job for any type of drop shotting. Also, make sure you use a weight that's strong enough to push through that cover, like a 3/8. That should give you a compact little presentation. Keep in mind, this is not a spinning reel set up. Use your flippin' and pitchin' poles. These fish you put this infront of have seen jigs all day. Give 'em somethin' different. Good fishin'


Date: Tuesday, November 11th 2003
POSTED BY: Jeff Roberts

REFERRED BY: Classic
SUBJECT: Drop Shot

I received my drop shot kit prior to a tournament recently. I have never drop shotted in my life so I was unsure about how I would do trying this new technique and tackle. I managed to get myself in position to have success with your kit. I culled many times on the first day of the tournament all on the drop shot system!!! Those reefers really work. I just wanted to tell you folks that you are making an incredible system of weights. Everyone who has seen the rig saver, rock hopper and sinker stop have been as impressed
as I am. Fishing has been made easrier because of your innovative tackle.

Thanks!!!
Jeff


Date: Friday, November 7th 2003
POSTED BY: John popp

REFERRED BY: From Coochs fishing links
SUBJECT: How I found you site

Dear Mojo

Been using your products for years, split shot and drop shot (befor it had
a name and fame). I buy my mojo products from Valley Rod and Gun in Clovis.
Keep up the good work.

Bass wishes, John Popp


Date: Sunday, October 26th 2003

TITLE: Mojo Pro Staff

I have to tell you in the 17 years that I have been tournament fishing
there have been few products that stand out and the Mojo High Performance
Weight System are one of them. As in tournament fishing where confidence is
of the utmost importance and Mojo gives me the confidence I need to succeed
as a tournament fisherman no matter what technique I am using(Drop-Shot,
Carolina Rig, etc.) Thank you for a great product.


Date: Friday, October 24th 2003
POSTED BY: Jeffrey Santiago

SUBJECT: feedback on sample pack

i am an abbott fisherman it si my passion. i love it so much that at 38 i
decided to go and join my local bass club chapter.because i was bored of
just fishing against my self. so i decided to kick it in second gear and go
against guys taht can give me a rum for my money. any ways,then came along
mojo rigging, so i have tried it and i can't believe the giggs that i have
saved because of the simplicity and the ease of this rigging and the tackle
that u save.And i also have a few ideas on how u might even be ablr to
really make teh rigging vertually 100% afffective to line damage. but i
really think that taht this is going to be the hot product as far as weights
r conserned for a while. ty for the sample pack. no other company has such
detail like u do in your web site. so tell your prodution people keep up the
good work. its people like that who keep companies going thinking how they
can better a sort.one as prestige as bass fishing ty iceman0372003@yahoo.com


Date: Tuesday, September 30th 2003
POSTED BY: Gerry Ebel

SUBJECT: sample products

Hi Guys!
I'm not sure if you will remember me or not, but I was down at the Bassmaster Classic in New Orleans and I met with your staff there. The drop shot samples you gave me to try out in Canada were nothing short of amazing. I have never used any technique more effective in finessing pressured fish. I outfished my partner, a die hard tube jig fan, using salty tubes, every time for smallmouth. The real surprise for me was in shallow under docks for largemouth. I found that I could throw up next to docks, shake the bait for up to a minute and they would have no choice but to inhale the refer. In fact my partner got hooked on the rig when he caught an eight pound largemouth under a boathouse. This bass was 26" long! That is an absolute monster up here. Needless to say I am totally impressed by your products. I'm really looking forward to next seasons tournaments. When I was at the Classic I asked if you had any representation in Canada, you were going to look into it and I was supposed to get back to you on it. I just wondered if you had had a chance to look into that. I would really love to be a part of your organization. I have never seen any of your products in Canada and I know that I could help get your products in the tackle shops up here. I hope you are interested, please let me know.

I am Gerry Ebel, I am 23 and have one tounament win in two seasons of fishing the Kellogs trail and the Canadian Sport Fishing League (Bassmania) tour. I was also rookie of the year with my partner Mike Brayford on the CSFL tour. Mike is a guide in the summer months on the Kawartha lakes. We are planning to enter in the CSFL tour and the Canadian Fishing Tours bass tounament series next season. I have a fully rigged Ranger bassboat with an Evinrude motor on it. We fish for both smallmouth and largemouth and we are very versatile. That's where your products come in so valuable.

I hope thats answers some of your questions about us. I also hope that you will help us out a bit and let us help you out a bit. Thanks in advance,
Gerry Ebel


From: Chuck Coger

Sent: Monday, September 29, 2003 1:15 PM
Subject: Mojo Weights Article for Positive Feedback

To Whom It May Concern,

The staff at Fishin-Pro.Com really appreciates the Mojo Weight System. We have recently included your product in an articles on our site, and wished to share the article with you as positive feedback for your fine product. The article can be read at http://www.fishin-pro.com/fwarticles/mojo_lft.htm.
Thanks for a great product. Feel free to include the link to this feed back in your testimonials or tips section.

---
Chuck Coger


Date: Wednesday, September 17th 2003
POSTED BY: joe gonsalves

SUBJECT: drop shot weights

I used your Mojo pineapple head weights for the first time while dropshotting a plastic worm. I caught the biggest bass of my life a 7lbs 5oz 23 inch large mouth I caught a few more and only snagged my rig once in eight hours pf fishing you have a great product


Date: Saturday, September 9th 2003
POSTED BY: Bassrods

SUBJECT: New Utah State Record Catch and Release photo

Here is the picture of the new Utah State Record Catch and Release Smallmouth Bass.
23.5 inches long and 17.5 inches girth. Weight 8.54 lbs. Caught on the 4th of July 2003 at Jordanelle Res. Utah using a 1/4 oz Mojo dropshot, sculpin, 6lb test Stren and Lamiglas dropshot rod.

Second photo is a 54 inch long 25 inch girth Tigermuskie caught at Pineview Res. Utah catch and released in June of 2002. Would have been a new state record, but I didn't think about it at the time.

I have used dropshot weights for over 5 years. Thanks for putting up the new site. I look forward to receiving the products.

Question? Do you have any patches?

Clifford Sackett


Date: Saturday, September 6th 2003
POSTED BY: Ray Coleman

SUBJECT: Mojo

Ive got to say this has been a great year for me! I truely beleive that the Mojo weight system is a very big reason for my success. There are several products in the line that enable a fisherman to present a bait to the fish in all kinds of terrain. My break off rate is about 10 % of what it used to be we I was using other weight systems. The shape of the weight allows it to come through anything without hang ups. It gives weedless a whole new meaning. Rigging times are much shorter than with other systems and success is increased by the more time you are fishing rather than rigging. Another thing I have noticed is there is virtually no line twist caused by the weight. Twist in the line has always made split shotting or carolina rigging less that convienent. I can fish a split shot all day and have a minimal of line twist and I don\'t even use a swivel. I am convinced that Mojo is the finest system you can throw. Thanks MOJO!!

Ray Coleman
Henderson, NV


Date: Tuesday, September 2nd 2003
POSTED BY: Jeff Roberts

SUBJECT: Mojo system

Hey Guys,
It was nice to meet you at the Bass Masters Classic. It was good to see Roland Martin make a charge.

I received your weight system back a few weeks ago and have spent time out on the lake using it. Man, you folks have some very good products. I am extremely impressed with the Rock Hopper and the Rig Savor. I have saved a ton of time not having to totally re-rig now that I have the Rig Savor system. I wished I would have heard of you folks long before now. You have the answers to a lot of fishermans problems.

Thanks for your great line of products.

Jeff


Date: Thursday, July 31st 2003
POSTED BY: Brad Davis

SUBJECT: Awesome performance of the Mojo weight systems

Being new to the Mojo Prostaff I wanted to express how awesome the Mojo weights are working for me. Being a West coast tournament fisherman, mainly fishing Lake Mead, Mojave and Havasu, I know the importance of having quality equipment. This is super important when it comes to high quality weights. I\'ve been using these weights in some of the clearest and rockiest waters with great success. My fishing friends and partners have been very impressed with the simplicity and affordability of the high performance drop shot sinkers and slip shot sinkers (and all of the Mojo products) provided to me by Mojo Lures. I would encourage anyone to try these weights and discover for yourself how well they work. Thank you Mojo.

Brad Davis, Las Vegas, NV


Date: Tuesday, July 22nd 2003
POSTED BY: Eric King

SUBJECT: Stickers

Hello.I`m a norcal fisherman who loves mojos!I us fished with split shots,until a friend turned me on to the little wonders.We drift fish for trout and do a pretty good job, if I do say.The design of the slip-shot really helps with keeping our presentation profile slim.Mojos are my secret weapon!I recently purchased a shirt and love it.I plan on getting some for my buddies.I was wondering if you had any different stickers,ie:a yellow one or one designed like the weight box with the red,yellow and a black shadow(this would be sharp),to give away or are offered for a resonable price.Don`t get me wrong,I like the free sticker with the internet order(great idea) and look forward to the ones I will receive with my future orders.I look forward for your answer.Thank you for time reading this and that saved on the water!THANKS AGAIN,Eric.


Date: Friday, July 18th 2003
POSTED BY: Shane Lemons

SUBJECT:

I recently joined the Mojo Pro-Staff and recieved some new product to try. The results were wonderful! I won a big night tournament on Arbuckle lake this past weekend fishing a mojo carolina sinker and a drop shot with the new mojo pineapple sinkers. If you haven\'t tried either of these great products yet I encourage you to do so. Thanks MOJO! (Note: I found that if you fish rocky lakes put a small bend in the carolina sinkers it makes it real easy to slide over the rocks.)


Thursday, June 12, 2003
POSTED BY: Darren Jaconsen.

Boy, I'll tell you, the mojo rock hopper is the absolute hootest new snag free weight today, as far as I am concerned. I fished in the uglyest cover you could imagine and used the same weight all day long.

Incredible. Mojo, you have made a believer out of me!

Darren Jaconsen.
Murfeesboro T.N.


Thursday, June 12, 2003
POSTED BY: Tyler Brinks

Last weekend I finished 2nd in a Southwest Bass Team event on Mead. I caught all of the fish Drop Shotting and Slip Shotting with Mojo.


Monday, June 02, 2003
POSTED BY: Darren Mooneyham

Mojo High Performance weights have always been a huge part of my arsenal! I have fished them from Mexico to Canada, Florida to California and nothing beats the original Mojo. I have used the Carolina Sliders for years with huge results and now with the new Rig Saver and Rock Hopper the sky's the limit to what you can catch without the hassle of breaking of every 5th cast. To the guys at MOJO... keep up the good work!


Monday, April 27, 2003
POSTED BY: Mike Rose

I have been fishing for 20 years and fishing tournaments for 7 years. Times are changing and as anglers we have had to adapt to down-sizing and finesse fishing more often. I have been fishing Mojo Lures for a few years and I can say that it has given me another viable option in my daily arsenal. These are two nice 3lb smallies that I caught April 2003. I had twelve-total for the day and 7 were over 2.5lbs. A few were caught on the Mojo Sliders and the rest on the Drop-Shot Mojo weights. Robert, you guys make a great product, keep up the good work!


Monday, April 13, 2003
POSTED BY: Roland Martin

Once in a while, a product such as MOJO Sinker Systems comes along with something you just can’t be without if you fish for bass. Their weights help to eliminate most snags and make it much easier to place your lures right in the strike zone. With sinker systems ranging from Carolina Rigs to the hottest new presentation called Drop Shotting, MOJO produces a weight system that not only works, it works better than any other weight system on the market today. Go by your favorite tackle store and pick up a MOJO System today. You will see an immediate improvement in your fishing and spend less time retying lost rigs than ever before.


Monday, April 06, 2003
POSTED BY: Scott Turnage

I have already been using the carolina rig and cant believe the difference. Running this weight thru rough terrain such as timber and rock I have found that the Mojo weight doesn't hang as much as the traditional round sinkers. I have fished some pretty rough places for the last 3 evenings and have only lost 1 Mojo sinker! I have the confidence now to cast in places I would not have dreamed of in the past and the results have been overwhelming. Have caught 3 fish over 6 pounds and numerous fish in the 4-5 pound range due to the fact I can now fish "all" cover without hanging and scaring fish. You have a great product and hope we can have a long relationship.

Thank you for creating the Mojo weight. I can assure you we will educate and promote to all the fishermen that we come in contact with either in person or by our show.


Date: Tuesday, February 3rd 2004
POSTED BY: calvin salyer

REFERRED BY: westernbass.com
SUBJECT: Mojo

i will tell you what, i do alot of dropshooting durning the winter months
here in the california delta and i lose so many set up to rocks or fish
runing in to the rock but with the rock hopper i landed so many fish over
this weekend with this cold front on my rear, i had to throw back some of
the nice hogs that i had, couldnt keep then in the livewells, only because
of the hogs that i already caught, keep the products coming, and tight lines


Date: Wednesday, February 4th 2004
POSTED BY: Paul Schiefer

REFERRED BY: Various Magazines
SUBJECT: Mojo Rigs

I have been bass fishing for 30 years and have tried many types of new
products and systems and many never lived up to the hype. I enjoy smallmouth
bass fishing in Wisconsin and experimented with the mojo rig and have
enjoyed super success using a light mojo about 24 inches above the Senko 4"
rigged wacky style on a octopus hook.It looks natural and the fish love it!!
Paul Schiefer


Date: Thursday, February 5th 2004
POSTED BY: Norval Chan

Your weight system is very effective! I've been using your weights on my
split shot rigs for many years. The weights are less apt to snag than the
traditional bullet weights and they allow me to adjust the distance between
the weight and the hook in just seconds as compared to having to completely
retying the traditional split shot rig.

Thanks for a terrific product.




 
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