The Best Rod Cases For Safe-Keeping Your Fishing Rods

Good fishing rods are great investments which is why you should provide them with proper care and protection. One way to do that is to get a good rod case that will keep your fishing rods from being scratched. Aside from that, rod cases also make it easier for people to bring their fishing gear from place to place. After all, there are also a lot of people who don’t live near fishing spots but love to catch fish. When deciding on what to buy for your fishing equipment, consider things such as your budget, the materials used in the product, the size of the product and the features that give you more convenience.

There are lots of fishing rod cases that fit well in different budgets. If you’re in a tight one, you can consider buying soft cases made of materials like nylon and polyester which provide good protection against abrasions. A lot of these cases also come with built-in reel cases which allow you to carry several important fishing gears in one case. On the other hand, if your budget allows you to pick something pricier, then you can go for hard cases made of hard plastic or PVC which prevent your fishing rods from getting broken. With these, you don’t have to worry about losing your fishing rods if they are accidentally sat on or bumped. These cases are also called rod tubes and they may sometimes have shoulder straps or wheels that make it easier for those travelling by plane or ship. Here are some of the best hard and soft rod cases for you to choose from.

Plano Airliner Telescoping Rod Case
Plano Airliner Telescoping Rod Case

 

Plano Airliner Telescoping Rod Case

This is a high quality hard rod case you can also call a rod tube. It’s made with reputable Plano quality and gives you the convenience you need for travelling to different places so you can go fishing anywhere you want. It’s got a three-tiered design and allows you to store fishing rods with different lengths. With this one, you can store fishing rods with lengths of nearly 4 feet reaching up to 7 feet because it extends up to 88 inches (7 feet and 4 inches). It’s made of hard plastic which protects your rods from scratches and serious damages. As for the number of fishing rod, you can store up to eight of them with this case’s 5-inch diameter. And with this, you also get a limited lifetime warranty plus a Plano brochure and a nameplate order form.

Guide Gear 8' 5-Rod / Reel Case
Guide Gear 8' 5-Rod / Reel Case

 

Guide Gear® 8' 5-Rod / Reel Case

Get straight to fishing upon reaching your fishing destination with this soft yet durable and cushioned fishing rod case that allows you store your fishing rods with their reels mounted. This one is made of tough 200 Denier polyester that is great when it comes to protecting your rods from damages. It’s also fade-resistant so you don’t have to worry about it getting signs of wear even with long hours in the sun. Inside, it’s got linings of synthetic wool to protect your rods from shock and knocks. This one allows you to store five fishing rods measuring 8 feet long plus it’s got dividers that allow you to store in other fishing gears like fishing lines and lures. Because it’s got a slot specially designed to accommodate mounted reels, all you have to do is pull your stuff out and get busy on the water. This case also has D-rings and a shoulder strap which allows you to carry it hands-free during travels.

SKB-Rod Transport System
SKB-Rod Transport System

 

SKB-Rod Transport System

This triangular hard rod case has a great structure that allows easy and secure storage plus convenient transportation. Because of its triangular structure, you can set this on a surface without having to think about it rolling elsewhere. It’s made of high density polyethylene that’s durable enough to stand up against abrasives and strong temperatures and bumps. Its stainless steel reinforcements also add to this case’s strength. It also has foams inside situated on its opposite ends to make sure that your rods don’t get any damages even while you’re on the go. With this, you can store up to seven fishing rods measuring 7 feet and 2 inches long. And it’s great for those who travel a lot too. With its rubber foot pad, it won’t slip if you lean it against anything at any angle. In addition to that, this case also has a built-in handle that makes for easy handling plus D-rings and a shoulder strap that allows you take it along with you anywhere hands-free.

Scientific Anglers Fly Rod/Reel Cases 2 pc. 9' rod
Scientific Anglers Fly Rod/Reel Cases 2 pc. 9' rod

 

Scientific Anglers Fly Rod/Reel Cases 2 pc. 9' rod

Here’s a very sleek and nice-looking hard rod case that comes in a stylish black color and has a durable outer shell made of 600 Denier nylon. It’s a good thing to note that a higher Denier means tougher fabric so you can have more confidence in this case when it comes to protecting your valuable fishing rods from any damage. It’s even waterproof so can be sure that your equipment stays dry, at least while it’s not being used. This one is good enough to keep a single fishing rod if you’re planning to go fishing alone and you don’t want the added bulk of a big rod case. It’s got a slim design padded with high density foam inside to keep rattling at a minimum so your rods stay in good shape. Furthermore, this case also offers you a built-in reel case which allows you to carry your rod and reel in a single case so it’s easier during travels.

St. Croix Fly Rod/Reel Cases Model: CFRRT55 (Up to 9' - 2 pc.)
St. Croix Fly Rod/Reel Cases Model: CFRRT55 (Up to 9' - 2 pc.)

 

St. Croix Fly Rod/Reel Cases Model: CFRRT55 (Up to 9' - 2 pc.)

Aside from good rods and reels, high quality cases for rods are some things that St. Croix offers. This case offers you a good combination of convenience and protection with its PVC structure covered with Cordura fabric. It’s also designed in such a way as to allow you to store your rods with their reels mounted. Now, that’s also a good blend of the usual advantages offered by both soft rod cases and rod tubes. Inside, this case has pads located at each end of the case to protect your rods better from rattles and bumps. This one also allows for easy content storage and retrieval with its good zippers and for easy transportation with its sturdy handle. With this, you don’t have to think hard about deciding on whether to get soft or hard cases because you can get the best out of both – and at an affordable price too!

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