Bass Pro Shops® Polyester Reel Covers
Your favorite reel is your pride and joy, so keep it safe with our handy Polyester Reel Cover! Constructed from rugged 1000 denier polyester for overall protection, then enhanced with a PVC coating to repel water. Our Polyester Reel Covers are a great way to keep dirt and dust particles out of your reel while storing. Imported.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jerkbaitdude Bait casters only!!! I knew what I was getting these covers for....I've used them in the past. Ala Bait Casters and they do a GREAT job on them....especially the modern low profile ones. Sorry to anyone thinking you could use these on a spinning reel. Don't even try. Prevent's Boat Rash and protects from the SUN, which is all I really need them for. But not for Waterproofing. August 15, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by RMAC Should've gotten leather covers The covers work well if you have no lure tied on. If you do, they'll snag the material the cover is made of. The old school leather covers Bass Pro used to sell didn't have this problem. August 3, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by RatherBeFishin03 Good Quality I've had one of these for a couple of years now and it's very durable. Great for protecting your expensive rigs and will last forever. August 3, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by rascal232 rascal232 these reel covers work great and keep my reels looking new they also keep the sun from attacking my line July 6, 2010
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Details:I was wondering if they fit 3500 size spinning reels...
A:Not unless it is a very very small reel.
A:I'm not sure what brand you're talking about but I have no problem with my size 35 shakespeares or my daiwa BG15's as long as I fold the handles... Even the larger reels like a 750 penn will fit if you fold the handle AND the bail.
A:You might fit it in but you won't get the seal you need to protect if from dust, rain, etc. I use the Bass Pro spinning reel covers and just place them inside a draw string bag. Bass Pro might want to think about that.
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