Tonight is the first time I noticed it was WHISKER! That makes so much more sense I've been thinking for a year, "man. I like bourbon, but this guy REALLY likes it!" I've even told friends of mine, "hey, did you see that post the Whiskey Wrangler made?"...Yeah I've even been trying to rationalize it... I thought maybe your job was to transport the casks around the distillery or something. -knobcreekman
Bill Schultz in WI wrote:It's still going to be on warranty, which is 5-years and the rods have only been out two.
Call first and explain the problem. I hope they do not charge for sending back to you once repaired.
Please keep me posted as I've been on the Pro Staff for many years.
I've had alot of trouble with that this year 4 rods in total all bps xtreme series but I've taken them all back and they have replaced the rods with no questions They've done me wellDLest wrote:I went out yesterday and took my mojo's with me. As soon as I got to the water, I noticed my crankbait mojo baitcaster had lost the inside part of the eyelet on the third eyelet down. I didn't really think it would be an issue until I got on the water and noticed that it was chewing my line up pretty good, lost 2 lures because of it. Then a few hours later I pull my spinnerbait mojo baitcaster and the tip top eyelet had the same issue, the inside part of the eyelet was just gone! How common is this issue with the mojo bass rods? I was shocked to have two in the same day do that. I figure I will have to contact St. Croix to get it worked out, but am just curious about if others have had similar issues.
Also, anyone know how Gander Mtn is about replacing their brand of rods? Along with two jacked up eyelets, the tip broke off of my GSX Elite II spinning rod during a cast.
Yesterday was a bad day...
tjn293 wrote:best solution is to buy Shimano rods that have an over the counter lifetime warranty. on top of being great rods - nobody touches their warranty. sorry to hear of your troubles... that sucks.
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