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White River Spinning Rod and Reel Case

   

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up to 7' 2-piece

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Be sure your favorite spinning rod and reel set-up has the protection it deserves with the White River® Spinning Rod and Reel Case. Designed with a long, triangular head portion to accommodate spinning rods, regardless of where the reel seat is located. Case is constructed with a thick PVC protective backbone covered with rugged 1000 denier nylon water-repellent material with reinforced seams. Features a padded reel compartment and a scuff cap to provide even more protection for you spinning rod and reel. Length: 43". Imported.

  • Thick PVC backbone
  • Covered with rugged 1000-denier nylon
  • Reinfoirced seams
  • Padded reel compartment
White River Spinning Rod and Reel Case 3.8 5 10 10
bad buy the case is made well good quality but I didn't like it at all the tube is to small u cant put more than one rod inside and also for one its a bit small its also to short miss 1-2 inch for me it didn't work at all October 21, 2013
too small the diameter of the tube is too small for the largest eye. also have to loosen handle of spinning reel to make it fit. My solution was to bend the largest eye closer to the rod, not a good solution. August 21, 2012
Do Not Recommend For Your Rods Do not recommend this traveler rod case for the simple reason that the rod pieces are not protected by any separation or space in the case, and that is if your rod fits. July 16, 2012
White Water Spinning Rod & Reel Case If you've ever broken the tip of your favorite rod, you need this rod case. It does a good job of protecting your equipment during transportation and storage. June 13, 2012
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About 1 1/2 pounds, shipping weight is 1.98 lbs.
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I need at least a 3" dia. for my rod to fit...
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The case measures 45 Lx 9 W x 3 H, so it is no bigger in diameter than 3".
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I dont think so, because the length of the bag alone is only 43 inches. I am guessing that your rod breaks down to pretty close to half the length of 8'3'', which equals roughly 49 inches. Try looking at the tube rod holders , I have noticed they come in larger sizes, but will not hold a reel though.
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maximum 1 and not to big and long
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I believe so, although the padding that surrounds the reel is just soft foam. so I would carry it on instead of checking it.

You will be able to fit no more than one rod and reel in it. Rods with larger eyes will not fit in the tube section of the case.
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definatly, you could probably fit two fly rods and reels, but i would go with the fly rod reel case made specifically for that use
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