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Protect your valuable fishing equipment from mud, sand, and the elements with the Bass Pro Shops® Adjustable Rod Sock. Keeps spinning and casting rods from getting tangled in your rod locker, too. Lightweight nylon rod sock slides easily over rig and is secured by an adjustable elastic strap. Features loop for hanging storage. Fits rods 6'­-7'. Color: Black. Imported.

  • Prevents rods from getting tangled
  • Lightweight nylon
  • Adjustable elastic strap
  • Hanging loop for storage
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Rod Socks I have been using these rod socks for several years. If you have multiple rods, whether you carry them or place them in a rod locker on your boat, you need these! Not only do they prevent rods from getting taggled, but using a permanent marker in a silver color will allow you to write the rod size and set up you have on the sock so finding what you need when you need it is quick and easy. Very easy to adjust and well worth the money! January 10, 2011
Great Rod Protection I have one of these for every rod I own, they are perfect for keeping your boats rod locker tangle free. They offer great protection if you transport your rods in the bed of a truck like I do at times. They slip on and off in seconds and with the price of rods these days no rod should be without one. The construction is excellent with an adjustable strap for different length rods and the overall quality is excellent. November 21, 2007
BPS Rod Sock I bought 5 of the Rod Socks to use when I fish from an Aluminum John Boat. I was getting a few dings on my rods when not protected in the carpeted rod lockers in my Bass Boat. I use Velcro Straps to secure my rods in the little boat and the socks really serve well to protect my blanks, eyes and tips when stored but not in use. I use the socks on 7' and 7'6' retactable rods and they work great. I do recommend that BPS coordiante for the manufacture of longer socks designed to cover one piece 7'6'-8' rods. It would be really nice if more of the rod blanks were covered too. In either case, there will be 10-15 more of these socks in my rod box over time. March 28, 2011
Rod sock reel covers This is a very good small investment.Keeps all my rods very neat.No more tangled lines when I put the rods in my rod locker in the boat...You can't beat the price either....I also got the reel covers...Keeps every thing nice and clean and neat !!!! I like them so much I bought several for my son... George. April 16, 2010
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I got mine at the ad price?
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Mine did the same but when I went to the checkout it showed them at $3.33 each. I bought 6 of them.
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Take the sales slip back and get refund
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They come 1 in a package. I wouldn't recommend it. They are only meant for 1 rod each.
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1 per package. 1 rod per sock.
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I only had 1 per package, and only 1 rod will fit per sock.
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There is one sock per package. I don't think you can get more than one rod into a sock.
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One rod per sock. One per package
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no you cant, that would defeat the purpose of the sock. there is one sock per pack
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Ther is one in a package ...You Need one for each rod..They adjust from 6ft to 7ft rods.
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There are one in a package and you can only fit on rod per sock.
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You can only fit one rod per sock. There is one rod sock per package.
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There is one rod sock per package and each rod sock is made to hold one rod.
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just one per and just one rod per sock
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So far, our lures/hooks haven't gotten hooked in the fabric.
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That seems to be the nature of the material. Other brands seem to be much tighter and I never had problems with them. The Bass Pro sock is much looser and will snag everything.
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No they don't godown far enough to catch the lure
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The socks don't go that far down the rods.
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I think ost lures would hang p. I remove min befoe putting them in the socks.
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Sock does not cover entire rod. You should consider attaching lures down towards your reel.
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they can hang up in the elastic strap or in the velcro collar if they can be pulled down that far on the adjustable sock. on the mesh type yes they wili quite easily
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No you must hang the lure at the bottom of the rod and put the hook through the small loop.
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It depends on the size of rod you use. If you choose to attach your lure to your reel - there is no interference. on 6' rods, using hte lure keeper, in one instance a crankbait rod got caught on the strap. Not a big deal. I really like the product.
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I do not recommend putting the rod into the sock with a lure. They are for protecting the rod. I am pretty sure they will get hung up.
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it will catch anything with a hook
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I'm not totally clear if this will fit over the reel as well as the rod. Could someone please clarift?
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No, these will cover the bottom eyelet, then you loop the elastic strap over the rod.
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Its designed to cover rod only , you need a reel mitt for the reel , its very important to protect your gear. They do sell a gear bag that holds both rod and reel but with the rod sock you can still store your rods on your rod rack.
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No, they don't fit over the reel, just the rod.
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It does not fit over the reel. Basically keeps the length of the rod untangled and I wouldn't suggest putting it over lures. Works well in rob compartments that aren't fully accessible.
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No, just the rod guides.
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The socks only cover the rod, not the reel.
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Does not cover reel. Does a great job of covering guides.
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It fits over only the rod.
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The sock only fits over the rod. You then lift the strap over the reel and the strap "catches" on the reel to hold the sock firmly on the rod. The reel is not covered by the sock.
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no they don't fit over reels. they do have ones that do.
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No it does not cover the reel only the rod and eyes. The strap hooks over the reel.
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You can use these on any rod. I use them on both my spinning and baitcasting setups!
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Yes it does work.
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Yes it will work on a spinning rod
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Yes it will certainly work, I use these on spinning and baitcasting rods. They fit my 7ft one piece uglystik cat rods perfectly
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I use it on my spinning rods!
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yes,rod lenth may be a problem.
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Yes, the bottom of the sock is about 3" wide plenty of room.
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Works for any type of Rod and Reel Combo. The only restriction I'm aware of is the pole length......
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Yes, No problem
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If your reel is on you rod it will work for any set up.
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yes i do - i use it for both. don't go over 7' though.
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bass pro logo on them
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The sock has the Bass Pro Shops logo on it...
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It has the BPS emblem on it. It really looks nice.
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The sock is plain black with the Bass Pro Shop logo sewn on them
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Mine is green nylon, nothing on it.
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It has a Bass Pro Logo on it
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They are plain black with the Bass Pro logo towards the back. Its a small patch.
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it is black with bass pro elmblem on it.
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has bass pro shop logo on it
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Actually the logo is red, yellow and green, I dont know what I was thinking.
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It is but there is one BPS logo on it. The logo is white in color. Hope that helps.
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about 5 feet
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They are about 5 foot long. It has an ajustable strap on it the stretchs on down to the reel.
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52"
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It is about five and a half long, and has adjustable elastic to stretch around your reel to hold it on.
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The sock itself is 52" then there is a adjustable sling to hook around your reel seat to adjust to fit.
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about 4ft
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I measured 3 of mine and they all were between 52and 53 inches for the sock portion
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It's under 6 foot. I can't say exactly, but I have a 6' trigger rod I use for skipping docks and it doesn't come up to the levelwind.

The stretchy strap part is very expandable, via a buckle like on suspenders.
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They do fit 6 - 7 foot rods but on the longer rods you really can't put the strap over the reel because it puts too much pressure on the tip.
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The sock I have measures 51-1/2" inside. The strap adds between 9 and 18". This means that only the top 51-1/2" of rod will be inside the sock
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I use them on 7 foot rods. They will fit 8 foot down to 5 foot I think.
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I have some high mod graphite rods that tend to be a tad brittle at the tip, and it seems to me this thing, if you strech it from the tip to the reel it would put too much pressure on the rod and snap the tip off. Has this happend to anyone?, or does it have something to protect this?
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It will not break your rod tip if you you do not adjust it too tightly, just enough pressure to keep it on.
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You decide how tight it is by adjusting the sling.
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If your rod is not over 7 feet 2 in you will be fine. Anything over that and yes it will bend the tip slightly and therefore, I wouldnt recommend using them. I personally throw 7 foot rods and they are perfect on those.
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you have an adjust end to it so as not to stress your tip end. adjust it to fit loosely for your rods.
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just make sure that you don't stretch the elastic too tight, I have found that if you do it does "stress" the rod tips. you don't have to pull them really tight to keep them in place
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I had to adjust the strap on the 7ft rod only. Had someone slam the rod tip in the door with the sock on, saved the rod from breaking.
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The amount of force it's going to exert will depend on how tight the stretchy band is. If you open it all the way up then it will fit loosely. The other thing is you can choose where to secure the loop. If you put it all the way around the reel/seat then it'll be tighter. But on longer rods, you can put it around the forward handle crank and keep it looser.
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The rod sock will be fine on longer roads as long as you adjust the strap that hooks onto your reel. I have never broken a tip but on longer rods it would put some pressure on the tip.On my 7 foot rods I just do not use the strap.
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Never snapped a tip but I do not like the bend it puts on the rods. It bends the tip if you tighten the strap to keep it on. But if I loosen it not to bend my rod the strap almost or does fall loose because the sock is so short. 7' bass rods. Not a quick on or off.
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I wouldn't recommend it for 7ft rods. 6"6' is about the length they work on.

For high modulus graphite rods (IM9) I'd suggest getting rod convers that enclose the entire rod which these don't. There is exposed graphite between the handle and the start of the sock.
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I would guess if you have a really long rod there could be some stress there. These will fit a 7' rod without bending it. You just have to adjust the strap.
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