Orvis Safe Passage Carry-It-All Rod and Gear Case

Orvis Safe Passage Carry-It-All Rod and Gear Case
Orvis Safe Passage Carry-It-All Rod and Gear Case
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Safe Passage Carry-It-All Rod and Gear Case by Orvis
Protect your fly fishing gear from the airlines and during rough travel with the Orvis Safe Passage Carry-It-All Rod and Gear Case. Its hard-sided construction safeguards your gear from travel's bumps and bruises so you're not left with a broken rod tip or a dented reel when you arrive at your fly fishing destination. This sweet gear case holds four-piece rods up to 9 feet and easily carries up to six fly rods when placed in their respective rod socks. Internal padded dividers are removable for customizable organization of your reels and fly boxes. A large internal mesh lid pocket also holds your leaders, fly license, and other essentials while three front zippered pockets provide additional storage. Its adjustable, removable pivoting shoulder strap features perforated foam for incredible carry comfort while a comfortable handle grip helps you toss the Safe Passage in the back of a vehicle.

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