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    Does any body make a Rod ready style rod bag for either 13' or 14' 3 piece rod with a external pocket for bank sticks and a landing net handle

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    Probably not but for my river roving I now use a quiver with two rod tubes that takes the landing net pole and a bankstick. I much prefer to carry a rod this way - not made up and in a tube in a bag.

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    Korum do a two for protection holdall,with side pouches for banksticks,landing nets,plus a pouch for a brolly,I just one for barbel,however Dragon tackle do one a fair bit cheaper,will do you a turn...
    Last edited by whitty; 25-05-2019 at 15:48.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Wintle View Post
    Probably not but for my river roving I now use a quiver with two rod tubes that takes the landing net pole and a bankstick. I much prefer to carry a rod this way - not made up and in a tube in a bag.
    Who make a slimish quiver.

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    I bought 2 of these one of which houses sea rods and gear. This one holds a Normark Titan 13' in a rod tube and my Hardy Marksman bomb rod also in a atube. My Drennan 3m landing net handle is sticking out of the top! Mine is 150cm but they come a bit shorter and longer on Amazon.

    I hope this link works. £17 new. A bargain



    The Korum 3 rod quiver is also excellent and I have one which holds a 14' 3 piece float rod and an 11'6" 2 piece Avon rod both in their cordura tubes plus a brolly, various rod rests and bank sticks and a fold out landing net.

    Fishing Rod Holdall, Holder, Bag, Carry Case, Luggage for made up rods with reels - 150cm / 59in
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    So you use yours as a normal rod holdall Mike,not as a ready rod bag,I looked and there is no protection,ie padding inside,is that correct? Good value though,that's for sure.

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    Correct Alan but the rods are in a bag and within a tube. I'm happy with setting up on the bank even if it takes me ages( mindfulness ensues) as my rods are safe. I can strap the bag, and do , to my Korum chair and wheel kit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalesman View Post
    Who make a slimish quiver.
    The one I use was made by Gardner; got a feeling I got it as part of one of the Coarse Fisherman magazine subscription offers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalesman View Post
    Does any body make a Rod ready style rod bag for either 13' or 14' 3 piece rod with a external pocket for bank sticks and a landing net handle
    I use Preston Monster 2+2 holdalls. They do them in 160cm and 180cm. I can get 15' rods in the 180cm OK. This has an external pocket of landing net pole and bank sticks.

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