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Plano Jumbo Airliner Rod Case

   

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67" - 112"

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Plano®'s Jumbo Airline Rod Case is the perfect for any avid angler with a fear of flying with their favorite rod. The Jumbo Airline Rod Case’s thick-wall design provides maximum protection against damage, while the integrated wheels make traveling with your rods worry and hassle-free. The Jumbo Airline Rod Case's large diameter provides more storage space and the innovative two-piece design extends 112'' to accommodate the largest rods. Closed size: 67" x 11.5" x 8.5". Extends to 112" when opened.

  • Thick-wall design
  • Integrated wheels
  • Extends to 112"
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Great case but not indestructible! This is the best rod tube on the market! It is especially nice because it can accommodate my 1pc inshore rods that are longer than 7' (most rod tubes don't exceed 7' in length). But beware, not all airports can handle a rod tube over 7' in length. I traveled with my Jumbo Airliner to Costa Rica only to discover all my rods had been broken! And in the exact same spot! I filed a claim and was paid back for the damage but what an inconvenience! I think the rod tube may have gotten stuck somewhere along the conveyor belt but I really have no idea. Just be aware that ANYTHING can still happen to your rods....even with a durable case like the Jumbo Airliner. Needless to say, I will only fly with travel rods and 2pc rods now. February 12, 2013
Plano Rod Tube I transported three 9 foot fly rods in their individual tubes from Jackson, Wyoming to Punta Gorda, Belize. We had to overnight in Atlanta and got some interesting stares and questions but everything worked out fine. I left the rods in Belize for my next trip, telescoped the tube down and brought it back home. I'll use the tube again and again. February 23, 2015
Great way to transport rods!!! I have had one for a couple of years and it has performed flawless for me! I take it to Canada and I have put 12 rods in this using the Bass Pro Velcro rod wraps without any problems and have never had any damage to my rods!!! The trick is to wrap your rods and place the handles at opposite ends, protecting the tips of your rods( 6 rods wrap easily together using this method) and insert both sets of rods together in the tube and remove both sets together and you will not have any problems! There is foam at either end of the tube and it seems to do its job! It is well balanced and easy to carry and the wheels make it even better when need arises!!! In the off season I use this to store my rods...keeps my rods safe and sound from anything falling on my rods to keeping any critters from chewing and tearing up my handles!!! This was well worth the money!! Thanks Plano and Bass Pro for another excellent product!!! October 4, 2010
A travel nightmare I purchased the Jumbo Airliner Rod Case prior to a fishing trip to Mexico. I packed up my rods and had no problem checking the case in Dallas, TX. When I arrived at my destination I noticed that the lock I had affixed to the case had been removed and place in its original storage location. My top 6 inches of each of my rods were completely severed and there was a note from the TSA saying they had opened the case. The airline said that this was a TSA problem and they had no responsibility. I am currently fighting it out with both parties but anyone using this case must understand it is an inviting target for a TSA check and if the agent doesn't have a clue (as mine obviously did not) and does not reattach the lock to the right location your rods will be destroyed. January 12, 2014
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I have one and empty it weighs 3-4 pounds.
With all of my rods stored in it (15) it weighs 6-8 pounds roughly.
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I have one of these and it is for rods only.
I have been able to get at least a dozen rods in it without any problems.
This is a solid case and it protects your rods very well!
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Hi, there is a pin that you put into place to keep the case at your desired length. Here is a video online showing you the case, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRZJWGAra-E#t=116.

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No it does not lock in place but there is a supplied pin that you use to lock it in place after you have adjusted the tube to the desired length that you need. I have mine set at a little over 7' and set it in place and I have never had any problems with it collapsing...the holes are 3" center to center and the plastic casing is very durable...so no worries for it breaking!!
I have never had any problems with mine!
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Yes, it does stay locked in place. There is a clip that locks when extended.
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I got 12 rods into the case alternating the direction and there was lots of room.
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This case is designed for one rod, but its large diameter may accomodate more than one rod.
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