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Bass Pro Shops XTS Rod Socks

   

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4'6" - 5'6"

For Spinning Rods

  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1849226

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Note: Spinning models will fit guides that extend up to 1-5/8" from the rod blank. Updated Spinning models that will fit all guides will be available mid-Fall 2012.

Friction-reducing expandable nylon mesh slips easily over your rod to protect it whether in a rod case, travelling to the lake, or just propped in the corner. Bass Pro Shops® XTS® Rod Sock keeps your high-tech line guides and inserts from becoming scratched, extending life of your rod and your line. Great for use in boats and truck beds. Imported.

  • Friction-reducing expandable nylon mesh
  • Slips easily over your rod to protect it
  • Keeps high-tech line guides and inserts from becoming scratched
  • Extends life of rod and line
  • Will not work with 'micro-guide' rods, the small guides will poke through the mesh
Bass Pro Shops XTS Rod Socks 3.1 5 105 105
Spinning DO NOT FIT 2" Guides Contrary to what the website and packaging states.....The Spinning Rod Socks DO NOT FIT over a 2" Guide. I bought these for all of my spinning rods and was very disappointed to find out that none of them will work. They simply WILL NOT FIT over the last guide (and barely the second to last) of a spinning rod with 2" guides. I love Bass Pro and all of their offerings. Unfortunately I cannot give this product anything other than One (1) Star as they DO NOT FIT as stated on the site and packaging. Bass Pro BLEW IT BIG TIME with this item (spinning only) I will be returning them all April 16, 2012
Great Product! These are sized correctly (baitcaster rods) and seem very good quality for the price.. I got the 6'6" and 7" lenghts (red and Black). Eexcellent protection for rods stacked together in boxes- easily retrieve whichever rod you want from a pile in a rod box. This is one of those products that once you get it you wonder why you didn't get them until now! I like the fact that they fit snuggly yet can be removed or replaced easily. Will get these for a few spinning rods. This review is for the baitcaster rod sock. December 4, 2012
Will Not Fit All Large Spinning Rods I was excited to buy this rod holder, but was quikcly disappointed. Despite the packaging stating that these rod holders would fit spinning rods up to 8', that was not the case with my 7' Ugly Stik Tiger rod. The sleeve would not fit over the larger eyes. Buyer beware, but appears Bass Pro is currently addressing this issue. January 30, 2012
not happy I purchased 14 rod socks for the level wilnd road the bottom of the sock would not go over the last quide and I order the 8 ft socks, also some of the guides up the rod came through the mesh. So returned and have receive credit for the charge I have now ordered and received 7 socks for spinning rods (8 foot) but as this time I have not had time to see how they work. Your years I have used the black protecters that have adjustible strap and work with either type of rod. When the rod storage on my Ranger 520z I need the sock or the ones I have to get the guides in the holes provided in the boat this way I can place up to 3 rods in each hole. Sorry but i don't think these are as good. May 8, 2012
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I have the models that fit up to a 7'6" long casting rod. They are too long for anything smaller. How do I trim these?
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Don't trim them just roll them up to fit
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I cut off the excess cleanly, then carefully heated the the cut end so it would not unravel. Last I folded the end 1/2 inch over and slipped a piece of electrical shrink tube over it to seal. Worked great for me.
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Roll up the extra,it works fine
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length was not an issuew for me. If you should attempt to shorten them I would recommend using a small fine pointed type of scissors and open the four small stitches that hold the folded hem at the large end, or bottom.. Cut to size and then make a new hem and dab small amounts of super glue on the new hem.
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Feel your pain, I have cut to size, then roll the bottom up a couple of inches to the outside and tie off with fishing line on 4 sides. May want to take match and heat ends to fuse them, which will keep them from tring to split open. Do this before you tie off.
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What are the exact lengths?

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Wouldn't it be easier to say the exact lengths so we can measure the from the reel to the tip?
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They streach well over the rod. As long as you get them in the correct size, and if your rod is on the lower size, you just have a little bit of a tail at the end of the rod.
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Seems like a good idea to me but you are still going to have to have an average set length
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yes for sure
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most likely you will end up with extra on the sock,don`t cut it,just roll it up.up to 7,6" i have found,they do say ,i believe.
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Each sock is designed to fit a specific range in size and will show you the min-max on the order form for each one offered.
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I have ,only, been able to find rod socks
that fit up to an eight ft. rod. If you try it on a longer one piece rod, you're taking
a bit of a gamble. Ideally, the sock should fit down to the handle. I'd like to see a nine or ten ft. rod sock.
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they seem to fit all up tp to 7.6" large guide closest to the reel can be a issue on spinning rods,level winds no problem
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They come in different lengths. I just bought one in store for my 7'10 casting rod, it covers the entire rod right down to the handle
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These are designed to fit rods between 6 and 7 feet in length.
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