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Sage Vantage 4-Piece Rod and Reel Combo Case

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Information about Sage Vantage 4-Piece Rod and Reel Combo Case
Closeouts. Travel and store your 4-piece rod and reel in Sage's Vantage rod and reel combo case, made of extremely durable Cordura® nylon with a strong PVC tube and padded reel case.
  • Holds one four-piece rod and reel
  • Durable PVC tube with abrasion-resistant Cordura® nylon cover
  • Padded reel case
  • Webbing top handle
  • Zip side pocket
  • Zip opening
  • Made in China
  • Visit our Fly Fishing Guide
Specs about Sage Vantage 4-Piece Rod and Reel Combo Case
  • Material: PVC with Cordura® nylon cover
  • Weight: 1 lb. 1 oz.
  • Dimensions: 7ft: 25x3x5-1/2" (LxWxD); 8.5ft: 29x3x5-1/2" (LxWxD)
  • Made in China
  • Visit our Fly Fishing Guide

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Reviewed by 1parshutr from Md on Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Fits my 8 1/2 ft Rise 4 piece with the new Sage 1850 reel perfectly. Strong cordura on the outside. Great for taking to and from the water.
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by LGH from Ohio on Monday, August 11, 2014
    Fits my existing pack rod perfectly. Using for travel. Short enough to fit into my suitcase.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by moosaki from WV/MD/VA/PA on Tuesday, June 24, 2014
    The cases are strong, the reel pocket well padded and they have a small side pocket that zips. I have four of these for grab and go fishing. I leave the reels attached and in their pouches with ease of fit. I put leaders in the side pocket. I have found they will take a 4 piece rod 6" longer than their typical stated size.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Anonymous from Ar on Monday, June 09, 2014
    Got case to fit 8ft 4piece fly rod but itis big enough to take 9ft rod! And cant beat price or service from Sierra.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by moosaki from WV/MD/PA on Thursday, May 15, 2014
    I have 4 of these now. Be sure it is the proper size. I keep my gear in these for quick access. The tube is plenty rigid to protect the rod and the case is padded. Easy for carry on or if you have to check it in baggage. This was has a zipping side pocket for small accessories. It is well made.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by ARNOLD from FAYETTEVILLE, NC on Thursday, May 01, 2014
    THIS CASE IS VERY WELL MADE AND HAS THE SECTIONS FOR EACH SECTION OF THE ROD, SO THAT THEY ARE NOT FLOATING AROUND IN THE CASE. I PLAN TO ORDER SEVERAL MORE TO LABEL AND STORE ALL OF MY FLY ROD AND REELS IN .

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    • Answer They're talking about the size of your rod. The case itself is pretty compact.
      Answered on 4/29/2014 10:32:53 AM by MsMaryMem from Lovely MidSouth
    • Answer That's the size of the rod that will fit in the case. I have this case and it fits my 8.5 4 piece fly rod perfectly with reel attached. Hope this helps.
      Answered on 4/29/2014 11:24:35 AM by 1parshutr from MD
    • Answer It is the size of the rod.

      I have two of the cases that I place in a "beneath the seat" hatch on a bonefish skiff
      to avoid clutter in the rod tubes. They both hold short 4 piece bass rods: one 7'10"
      and the other 8'3" with the reels attached. Safe and not needing to be cleaned if never
      used. The inside of the case is black, and it is a little difficult to put the rod away in low
      levels of light (could be my vision too?). There are individual compartments and it
      seems best to put the tip section in first, in the rear... with the rod butt and reel placed
      last in the lowest compartment. The case also stores nicely in the back hatch of a station
      wagon for those opportune side of the road opportunities.
      Answered on 4/29/2014 12:11:38 PM by Wide Loops from South Fla