Medium: 31"L x 9½"H x 5"W. Holds 4-piece rods up to 9'. Total 1,220 cu. in. Weighs 5½ lbs. Large: 36½"L x 9½"H x 5"W. Holds 4-piece rods up to 11'. Total 1,587 cu. in. Weighs 6 lbs.
Overall: 4.6 / 5 based on 135 reviews
129 of 135 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Not allowed on Canadian planes -
By: Humpy70 from Vancouver, BC
I like the design of this and it holds, protects, and organizes a lot of gear. Unfortunately, neither of the major airlines in Canada (Air Canada and WestJet) allow it to be carried onto the plane if it contains reel with line (or any line). Apparently, Canadian airport safety officials think the line could be used for garroting people during a hijacking. That eliminates most of the utility and purpose of the case since I must put my reels in checked baggage, rather than insuring that they arrive.
Best protection ever! -
By: MBOB from FLAGSTAFF
Top 500 Contributor
This is the best designed case to store your Orvis rod, reels and fly boxes. It has a place for everything, is sturdy and officers a great deal of protection for your high end gear. Well though out!
great travel carry on -
By: craiger from wheat ridge,co
you can carry your rods and reels with you on the plane with no worries
Rod and Gear Case review -
By: buzz0440 from Pittsburgh PA
I was very happy with the carry it all case. Could not believe all that I could fit in. The movable dividers made it so I could customize for each use. Awesome product.
Fly fish arsenal -
By: Rchutch from Thomasville, Georgia
Great quality. Load rods and reels leave in truck ready to fish, now hit the road for the nearest creek or pond.
Excellent Rod Case -
By: ANBishop from Nashville, TN
I have not been through airport security with this case yet, although I purchased it for an upcoming Yellowstone trip. Now I think I'll keep this case in my Tahoe all the time for on-the-go storage. This is a quality rod case. It has ample room for multiple rods, reels and even fly boxes. I think I will pack my fly boxes in my Safe Passage rolling duffle just in case airport security feels hooks are not acceptable. I got the digital camo and it looks great. By the way, the SP rolling vented duffle is a great all-around peice of luggage. Rod tubes fit in the bottom but it gets too tight for waders and wading boots in the bottom as well. Plus, I don't want my expensive rods being tossed around by luggage handlers. This is why I purchased the Rod and Gear case.
By: Casey00Crowe from Atlanta, GA
This Gear bag is everything and more! Great quality, I highly recommend!
Carry it all Rod Case -
Perfect size and fit for all my rods and reels. Great protection! Nice to have everything in one place.
A small fly shop that fits in your trunk -
By: ChrisS from Ohio
Why this thing rocks: On a recent trip to PA, driving from stream to stream, I added this bag to the arsenal so I wouldnt have to leave rods back at camp. It was like having a small fly shop in a bag. I had 5 rods from a 6' 2 wt to an 11' 7 wt, all their reels (including multiples for some) 4 large and two medium fly boxes, a camera, tools, a pair of sunglasses in a case, and a leader kit in there with room to spare. It was nice being able to show up at the stream, look at it, pick two rods and reels that would be best for the day's conditions out of the bag to carry (for example a bug stick and a meat stick ), toss in a few fly boxes and just go. Its also nice knowing I have a backup and the day isn't done if I pole vault and snap a tip. It cuts rigging time down not having to deal with tubes. I dont even empty this thing any more. Toss it in the trunk and go. Get to the water and its colored and up? bust out the two hander. no wind, Low and clear? String up the 3 wt. Fishing a few different species or techniques? grab the 9 foot 5 and 9 foot 8. I bought it just to transport rods originally, but it does more than that. It gives you options