Flambeau® Bazuka Pro Rod Case
The Flambeau Bazuka Pro Rod Case is perfect for saltwater rods and other rods with oversized guides. The Bazuka Pro Rod Case’s contoured, blow molded construction makes it virtually indestructible and its molded-in handle increases overall durability. Designed to telescope from 73'' to 102'', the Bazuka Pro accommodates a number of rods making it ideal for long trips.
Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Marko Right Size - Bigger is better I purchased this Flambeau Bazuka to replace my older model rod tube. I needed the increased length to have my 7'11" Crankbait and Swim Bait Rods travel with me. This year, my new case has been to Mexico, Brazil and Northern CA without any issues. I received no additional charges for the size of the tube and wonder what Airline the poor soul who paid these charges was on. I secured the latches with TSA approved locks so I had no trouble with clearing customs or airport security. Flambeau has done this product right. I rated it good due to the occasional dent in the tube that I have to pop after the baggage handlers get through with it. Outside of that this is a very fine product. November 9, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by billroosterfish Flambeau Bazuks Pro Rod Case I have large off shore Rods and have used this holder many times to go to Central America off shore fishing and it has worked Great. The comment in the other reveiw about the $50.00 charge all I have to say if my rods arrive in good shape the $50.00 will be well worth it. October 29, 2006
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bobcat Flying? WARNING THIS MAY REALLY COST YOU. I found out that it would cost $50 extra to fly with this rod carrier. " any rod case 72 to 102inches will have a sir chargeof $50.00" You may want to re think your packageing. Bobcat O.FLORIDA October 4, 2006
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A:It can, but the amount of rods you can fit in it significantly decrease. At best, you could fit bait/spin cast reels. I highly doubt you can fit spinning reels in it. I'd recommend a reel tote. Most people do this when transporting long-distance.
A:It will be hard to put it in and get it out you have to do it with care only with rods or you can damage the guides
A:Question asked months ago but I thought I'd answer because I was at BPS today and looked at these cases. To answer the question, No, it does not hold reels. It is for rods only. Given the size it is probably is capable of holding 1 rod with reel or possibly 2 but I doubt it. It is suggested to get a reel case which retail for approximately $25.00 on this site.
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