Bass Pro Shops® Extreme® Combo Caddy Rod and Reel Carrier

   

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Black/Blue

86-1/2" x 12-1/2"

Holds 8 Combos

Black/Red

86-1/2" x 12-1/2"

Holds 8 Combos

Black/Olive

86-1/2" x 12-1/2"

Holds 8 Combos

  • Holds up to 8 rod/reel combos
  • Fits easily into your rod box
  • Constructed of heavy-duty, water-resistant material with padded interior
There's never been a more convenient way to carry and protect your rods and reels. With the Extreme Combo Carrying system, you can secure as many as 8 rods up to 7' 2" with reels attached. The system is designed to hold each individual combo in place to minimize tangles. Fits easily into your rod box and keeps your rods free from dust and cobwebs in the garage. Made of heavy-duty water-resistant material and completely padded to protect your favorite combo. Imported.
Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 86 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Combo Caddy Rod and Reel Carrier Not worth the money. Will not hold 8 rods and reels very well. Rods that are longer than 6 feet will have to be bent in order to close the carrier. The reels bunch up and the carrier is hard to close. The reels take a good beating during the travel either in the truck or boat.. November 9, 2006
Rated 1 out of 5 by Keep Looking This is not the way to protect your valuable equipment. It will not hold your rods in place or keep them from rubbing together. September 2, 2006
Rated 1 out of 5 by BROKEN TIP!!!! I custom my rods and felt I could trust this product to transport to my 'fishin' hole'. Rods w/reels attach do not sound safe as you zip up and if you have line already rigged?...poles opposite of each other get entanged! Be very, very careful carrying/placing this product loaded w/your rigs because there really is no protection provided, in my opinion. Found on 2nd use of product a broken tip!!!!!!! I give it a 'thumbs down'. July 19, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by Extreme Rod Caddy I've tried PVC pipe, bicycle hooks in the truck cap, velcro doo hickeys, and none of them worked good. This works just like it should. It's not meant for airline travel or anything like that. I put 8 rods and reels, all strung and ready to fish in it. The rods varied from 5' to 7'. I roll up the case and zip it, put it in the storage area of my camper, drive 1250 miles to Florida, and I'm ready to fish. It prevents the rods from tangling, protects all the guides, and it just makes a neat storage package. July 12, 2006
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Is this item waterproof?

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Water resistant, yes.
Waterproof, no.
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Absolutely not. I made the mistake of leaving it out in the rain in a recent fishing trip... And it was soaking wet... inside and out.
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Water resistant, I say.
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hard plastic rod carrier

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im looking for a rod and reel carrier , hard plastic like a gun case , my problem is i work out of my truck and i would like to carry my fishing pole in the back of the truck and not worrying about it getting broke . is there something out their like this and if there is , is it water tight ?
only worried about carring maybe 2 poles.
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or make your own out of 4'' pvc glued cap on one end and a threaded cap on the other
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it will probably be considered to big since it is about 7 to 8 ft long. plus to take this on a plane is very risky as we have lost 2 poles because of it

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No it is way to big
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I work for a airline and they would not be allowed due to size restrictions (length).

Also they are in no way designed to be used as checked baggage. These are just lightweight material rod carriers.

For airline travel invest in a hard rod case.
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with nothing in it the item is about 7 - 8 feet long and about 8- 10 inches wide. with poles inside it because more circular.

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it is 7"2" long and 30" wide
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About 7"2" long and 30" wide when fully opened, half the width when zipped shut.
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With 7 ft rods it was 7'3'' long, and about 12" wide.
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7 feet and carrys 8 rods and reel combos.
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It will barely hold a seven foot rod not sure about the width but you basically can fit 4 rods across it closed, eight when its open.
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