Scientific Anglers Rod Sleeve

Scientific Anglers Rod Sleeve
Scientific Anglers Rod Sleeve
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Rod Sleeve by Scientific Anglers
For anglers who don't want to re-rig their rod every time they move locations, the Scientific Anglers Rod Sleeve is the answer. This braided sleeve stores your rod--rigging included--and prevents the tangles that otherwise come with transporting a fully rigged rod. With two sizes, you can choose whether you want to protect your rod in one piece or two, and trust that the sleeve will hold its position thanks to its keeper strap that slips over the rod butt for a secure hold.

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SKU: SAS0048
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