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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Transporting delicate rods

    I have only ever used tubes and made up rods on the bank, but i have been tempted to look for a quiver or holdall that can take made-up rods. It did get to be a pain setting up on the bank on one water where i essentially used the same set up on two rods most of the summer and it was getting repetitive setting them up each time.
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    Default Re: Transporting delicate rods

    I have looked for the ideal answer and I don't think there is one unfortunately.
    Some of these holdalls are way to long for float rods practically useless.
    Quivers are an accident waiting to happen, tubes are the only viable option imo

  3. Default Re: Transporting delicate rods

    I think plastic tubes it is then! I have 2 avon type rods made up in a drennan twin super specialist rod sleeve, I like this as you can get two made up rods , net , handle and banks ticks. I was hoping there was something similar for more delicate rods, drennan have a new twin hard case, but it doesn't hold handle , net etc.

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  4. #14
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    Default Re: Transporting delicate rods

    Excellent quality Cardura Fishing rod travel tube , All sizes with carry straps

    copy & paste to eBay search bar (eBay item number: 231218767673)

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Transporting delicate rods

    I've got the two rod total protection quiver from korum.

    I very rarely take two rods, so the rest of the rod space takes a mat & waterproof coat.While the spare reel area is big enough to take a few drinks/a flask, packed lunch & cooler blocks if needed.

    The pockets and clips on the outside can take 2 rod rests, a landing net handle & head & a 50" umbrella.

    I've had it for a year and treated it with little care and its still going strong.

    It fits into my Vw golf, with a bit of adjustment.

    An excellent bit of kit!
    Last edited by neil1970; 11-02-2015 at 16:14.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Transporting delicate rods

    You might want to take a look at the Flambeau Bazuka rod cases Flambeau Outdoors Bazuka Pro Rod Case: Amazon.co.uk: Sports & Outdoors@@AMEPARAM@@http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31PEQJKSB5L.@@AMEPARAM@@31PEQJKSB5L they really offer the best protection (even for air travel)

  7. #17
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    Default Re: Transporting delicate rods

    Quote Originally Posted by andrewa View Post
    You might want to take a look at the Flambeau Bazuka rod cases - they really offer the best protection (even for air travel)
    I bet it raises a few eyebrows going through Airport Security!

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