Cabela's Fly Rod And Reel Case

Priced: $22.49 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Fly Rod And Reel Case -
Protect your valuable fly rod and reel combo in a nylon-lined PVC tube and attached padded reel case. Durable 900-denier nylon shell will last a lifetime.
Color: Green.
Sizes:

Fabric:

  • Nylon-lined PVC rod tube

Padding:

  • Padded reel case

Features:

  • Tough, 900-denier shell
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Cabela's Fly Rod And Reel Case Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Perfect case

Ben carrying my fly rod in a soft rifle case for years,decided it was time to get up to speed ,This case is just the ticket ,fits my rod & reel perfect & provides better protection.
65swede at Cabelas on 07/19/2011

Great purchase

Purchased a nice fly rod combo at WV store didn't purchase case at time. Got on line and purchased later and glad i did, great quality and protection for those expensive fly rods.
slim4127 at Cabelas on 01/13/2012

Great Value

This is a Great Fly Rod Case. Very Well Made for the Money.
Deanm at Cabelas on 09/19/2013

Negative Reviews:

NOT FOR AIRLINE TRAVEL!!!

This case was broken by the airline baggage handlers on my very first air trip, along with my expensive fly rod. It broke at the junction between the rod tube and the reel case. It is not strong enough for airline travel! Do not make the same mistake I did. Separate your rod and reel, and put the rod in a hard tube.
Castleton at Cabelas on 10/01/2013