White River Fly Shop® Rod and Reel Cases
The best rod and reel insurance available! These affordably priced White River Fly Shop® Rod and Reel Cases feature rugged 1000 denier Cordura® material over a durable PVC protective tube. These lightweight, easy-to-carry rod and reel cases have YKK zippers, and are lined with nylon for additional padding. Color: Olive. Imported.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by ts47 Buy the Redington instead I was in the Bass Pro store today looking for a new case to hold a fly rod with reel attached. I looked at these and the Redington cases. These are well constructed with the interior divider completely missing. If you want to use your rod sock and put it inside this case to protect your rod, you will be fine. Otherwise, the Redington case is every bit as well constructed and has built into it, nylon dividers to hold and protect each section of your rod. Buy the Redington instead. It is a much better case! May 1, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Geno999 Good servicable item. Allthough I have not used it yet, I can tell this is a well made product & will provide years of service. I do own one other made locally by Hardin & Sons & it is far superior to this one but Hardin & Sons are no longer in business & this White River case is the next best option. January 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by azbassman Better than a metal tube I have two of these cases for two TFO rods I have, since they don't come with any cases. I love keeping my reel on the butt section of the rod knowing that it is protected. The cases are well built and durable. I have taken them on many trips and had them in the back of my truck getting thrown around and they protect the rod and reel very nicely. February 17, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by NVswitch Very Good Like the product for the cost. I have another one and liked it, so bought another one. August 15, 2011
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Details:...not sure I understand.
If the case is capable of carrying a 9' rod, why the difference between 2,3 or 4 piece?
Is there compartments inside specifically for 2, 3 or 4 piece?
A:I was in the store today looking at these. Most any size will hold a 4 piece 9 foot rod.
There are NO inside dividers or compartments. Unless you have a rod sock to shove in there, your rod will bounce around and get beat up. Bass Pro also sells a Redington case that DOES have the dividers and is much better.
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A:Yes they have an adjustable shoulder strap/handle on the top of case. It makes it easy to carry for sure.
Details:Item 38-421-312-05 fits two 4-Piece rods?
The case width (2-1/2") is the same than the item 38-421-312-02 (Single)?
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A:Yes, the doube case will fit two - four peice rods. There is a divider which will keep the rods seperate inside so they don't knock into each other during transportation. The same thing with the reels. Each has it's own reel compartment.
A:I use it for fly rods and reels and I believe the reel case may be a little narrow for a bait casting reel.
A:I stored both a 10 wt and 7 wt fly rod with reels and it worked fine.
A:About two and a half inches width. 4-5 in diameter. it is designed for fly reels.
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