White River Fly Shop® Rod and Reel Cases

   

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Olive

Single up to 10' 2-piece

Olive

Single up 9' 3-piece

Olive

Single up to 9' 4-piece

Olive

Double up to 10' 2-piece

Olive

Double up to 9'3-piece

Olive

Double up to 9' 4-piece

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 5 out of 5 by Great This rod case is great. I have several and use them for all of my rods that I would not have broken. And for the money, you can't go wrong! May 27, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT CASE THIS IS A REALLY NICE CASE, AND FOR THE MONEY YOU CAN NOT GO WRONG. IT IS JUST AS GOOD AS THE NAME BRAND CASES, AND IT DOES THE SAME JOB FOR A LOT LESS... IF YOU HAVE A FLY ROD AND REEL YOU HAVE TOO HAVE ONE... BECAUSE WHAT A FLY ROD AND REEL COST, YOU DO NOT WANT TO HAVE TOO REPLACE IT.. January 14, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Double 2 Piece is Excellent I bought the double 2 piece case for protection of my fly rods. The construction is very good, and the durability is great. The price for a double case is good. This case is the best of both worlds. It will easily carry 2 fly rods with the reels attached. I have also found that I can carry the rods that I need for a weekend trip. It will hold a fly fishing rod and reel, and another 3 baitcasting or spinning rods. If I am not fly fishing, it will carry 4 baitcasting or spinning rods. I do not have to worry about my investments getting broken when I use this case. July 27, 2006
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I'm not sure the exact length but it will fit a 9-10 ft 4 pc rode no problem.
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...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?
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the length of a case for a 4 piece 9' rod is shorter than one that says it is for 2 or 3 pc 9' rods specifically. You can fit a 2, 3, or 4 pc rod in a 2 pc case.
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9'/4' = 2#25" or 2'3"# 9'/2' = 4.5' or 4'6". Same rod length, different section lengths.

You can buy a two piece rod tube that will hold a 9' rod in two sections. It's going to be longer than a tube capable of holding only a 9' rod in 4 pieces though.

All rod sections fit in one tube section, it's just the tube is only long enough to hold a 9 foot rod in 4 pieces, as opposed to 2 pieces.
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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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I would think the single rod up to 9' 3 piece case would fit a 10' 4 piece rod as the rod sections on a 9' 3 piece are 3', and the rod sections on a 10' 4 piece are 2.5'.
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At least 5 feet. It would have to be 5' to fit a 2 piece 10' rod.
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the strap can be shortened to a length that is similar to a handle
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Yes they have an adjustable shoulder strap/handle on the top of case. It makes it easy to carry for sure.
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Yes - sling strap and hand strap. Very sturdy.
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1 DOUBLE case fits 2 rods?

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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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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.
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38-421-312-05 Round PVC Inside diameter is 2” Dual Rod and Reel 2 pieces of PVC

38-421-312-02 Round PVC Inside diameter is 2” Rod and Reel 1 Piece of PVC
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I use it for fly rods and reels and I believe the reel case may be a little narrow for a bait casting reel.
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Doubt it it barely fits my ultralight spinning reel. works best with a Fly reel.
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I stored both a 10 wt and 7 wt fly rod with reels and it worked fine.
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About two and a half inches width. 4-5 in diameter. it is designed for fly reels.
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Currently I carry from 7WT to 10Wt rods and reels. The 10Wt reels have plenty of room. I think you could carry larger reels. I use all large arbor fly reels too.
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