Best ice rod case
2/19/16 @ 3:18 PM
I've been looking at an alternative to my 5 gallon bucket method of ice rod storage, for several years actually. I am leaning towards one of the hard cases, but would like some opinions. I would like one that doesn't require the reel handles to be folded in. I see both Frabill(42") and Otter make a deluxe style case which appears in photos to allow for full combos. Any opinions/suggestions?
2/19/16 @ 9:15 PM
2/19/16 @ 8:04 PM
I use an extra hard gun case I had laying around but I have to fold the reel handles now so that won't work for reefhawg. I wasn't sure at first but it only takes 10 seconds. I've been very happy since I've done that. No more worrying about rods breaking and they are wedged in the foam nice and tight so they aren't rattling around.
2/19/16 @ 7:48 PM
I'm curios on this too. Tired of the 5 gLlon bucket or bottom of the sled method. Gander had one that hold I think 4 rods. Looked pretty nice. For 69.99.just seen most of their stuff is 30% off ect. But I do like the otter. Prolly should go back to gander and snag a case
2/19/16 @ 4:39 PM
I use 2 styles of the blue fabric/plastic rod cases can fit 2-3 rods per case I like them because I have 1 walleye 1 panfish 1 middle rod bag which can still fit in a bucket if needed or strapped to your back also the price(10$ on sale) Tried to go with the frabill smaller hard cases but they don't fit the inline reels I have. I would say otter case is by far the best but I don't like the room it takes up and also the price 100$ ish. The one by striker ice new this year looks really nice and can be made into a back pack but once again 100$ish
2/19/16 @ 4:25 PM