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 5 out of 5 by Great item This case solves the problem of the attack of the loose rods/reels in the back of my truck-somehow they always were in the way of the back seat passengers, not to mention how messed up and tangled multiple rods would get. The case is quite long, but one section easily folds to a more manageable length while accommodating several sets of tackle. August 17, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Static storage only Dumb design for carrying filled with rods and reels as the handle is in the middle of bag. However great for a static garage storage bag to keeps dust and junk off your rods and reels. I bought it for garage storage. August 16, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by uh... haven't broken any rods yet, but this whole thing just seems awkward, and not user friendly. June 17, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Returning this product I put this item on my wish list and received it as a gift. I am not returning it because the lines kept getting tangled up with the other rods even when using the velcro straps on the inside. I bought rod socks to keep the lines from getting tangled, but any hook will get caught in the mesh sock so I bought yet another product that is supposed to hold the line by sticking to the rod or reel via adhesive foam. The adhesive came unglued as soon as the weather got above 70 degrees. I suppose if you want to only transport rods or combos with no hooks whatsoever, then you can try this bag. But I would suggest you save your money and don't buy this product. I'm going to try to return mine to the store. June 15, 2012
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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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