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Maine Guide Waxed-Canvas Two-Piece Rod Case
Item #: CA243007
No matter how many transfers you make—from the floatplane, to the truck, to the lodge—this 2-piece fishing rod case will keep your sporting equipment protected and organized.
- Dimensions: 58"L x 8½"W x 2½"D.
Fabric & Care
- Spot clean.
- Waxed canvas, leather/fabric handles.
- Traditional waxed cotton canvas is the same fabric used for our Field Coat, popular since the 1930s.
- Quilted, padded lining protects gear from rough handling.
- Padded exterior pockets provide plenty of room for reels and fly boxes.
- Pockets have zip closures and protective flap with magnet closure.
- Leather/fabric handles and removable shoulder strap.
- Accommodates up to three two-piece rod tubes.
Maine Guide Waxed-Canvas Two-Piece Rod Case is rated out of 5 by 24.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheLeftCoast from Maine Guide Waxed Canvas 2 Piece Rod Case I just received my rod case and I love it. I'm going to use it for transporting my bamboo rods. I was able to put six rod tubes inside, three through the loops and three secured between them, and had no trouble closing the case, probably could have put two more in. Rod tubes were secure, no clanking around, plenty of padding. The outside pockets are very secure, zippered closures, you can put several reels in each of them or a couple of fly boxes. The longest two piece rod was an 8'3" and I'm sure the case could handle a two piece 8'6" rod. Great craftsman ship, has that old fashioned feel. Def. worth the price, am going to buy another one as soon as Bean has another sale!
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by SteveDW from A 'modern classic' - rugged and durable As a rule, I avoid 'imported' goods. Due to the LLBean brand, I bought the rod case; and it is indeed a quality-crafted piece, far exceeding my guarded expectations. 'Old School' bamboo fly rods are my choice, and this bag will hold up to five rod tubes handily - three in the elastic loops and two strapped between. Amply quilt-padded inside and durable heavy waxed canvas outside makes for one tough carrier. Exterior pockets are oversized and easily hold reels, fly boxes, and other accessories. Simply fold over and strap one end to meet airline limits. Best fishing luggage for the job.
Date published: 2014-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by MargaretFalls from Huge Quality Protection Significant step forward in rod tube travel protection. Very high quality product. Heavy duty in all respects - tough canvas and inside padding will certainly give the protection we all want when traveling in vehicles. Rod tubes are held securely, large outside pockets are a plus. I have an older rod tube holder from Bean's I purchased many years ago and still use it but not for traveling. This new product has elastic holders for three rods but will store six easily. SO I plan to leave a few at home when I'm on the road. It is not light in weight and that's OK. I wanted a quality case for my bamboo rods and the ability to carry three in total protection. You will not be disappointed in this strong carry case.
Date published: 2015-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by ifrpilotmn from Unreal It arrived today. How is this only $99 including shipping? I appear to be holding something easily worth three, possibly four times as much as the retail cost. I now have four (2 pc.) spinning rods (one at 7’) placed inside in the olive drab quilted padding. This is along with two spinning reels in one of the two massive side packs. Note- This is replacing my Plano case, which imploded after only eight years of use. The only thing I can compare this to is a high-end purse that the beautiful Mrs.ifrpilotmn purchases bi-annually. Those things are easily (based on the statements) $300+ for less than half the amount of leather, brass and canvas. This is unbelievable. Not that I would normally compare a rod case to a woman’s purse, but based on the fact that they both hold THE MOST IMPORTANT ITEMS IN THE WORLD BASED ON GENDER, then yes, it’s a valid comparison.
Date published: 2013-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by VAmtnbiker from Great for wooden rod cases I build fly rods as a hobby and have recently started making hexagonal wooden rod cases to go with them. I wanted a way to take the wooden cases on a fishing trip without damaging them. The Maine Guide Waxed-Canvas cases fit the bill. First I bought the shorter one for 4-piece rods and liked it so much I got one for two-piece rods as well. The case seems very well-made. I like the interior elastic loops for holding the rod cases and the outside pockets hold reels safely and securely. I also like the magnetic closures over the zippered pockets. Makes for a classy look overall. We took the cases on a trip to Montana and they performed very well. My wooden cases are still like new, despite using them everyday. I expect to get many years of use from the cases and will be buying more.
Date published: 2012-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by kourtlyn from elegant First I must say LL Bean has impeccable customer service. They really care about exceeding expectations. The rod case is of excellent quality and much heavier than expected. When I say heavier, I mean it is not a cheaply made case, it has girth to it. The two outer pockets are large enough to keep fly boxes, reels and other gadgets. The interior lining is of good quality, again not cheaply made. The overall appearance of the rod case is very elegant and traditional. I would highly recommend this case.
Date published: 2013-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by Liketobeoutdoors from A Joy to Own I ordered this by accident (intended to get the smaller one for 4-piece rods), but was very impressed by it nonetheless. Called LL Bean to make the exchange (and, amazingly, my call was answered by a real human who was incredibly helpful). When the smaller one arrived, I couldn't bear to part with either of them; decided to keep both. Smaller one fits my 4-piece rod tube just fine. Decided to use the large one for a gun (it has plenty of padding for that). Both of these items are beautiful, and are a joy to own. The quality and craftsmanship is excellent. Very impressive. I hate to actually take it fishing with me, since I hate to get it dirty! Only problem is the large one is a little too large and the small one is a little too small. Would love to see an intermediate size, maybe for 3-piece rods. That would be perfect, and I'd buy that one, too.
Date published: 2010-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shag126 from Very well built Like other reviews, I agree that this is a heavy and somewhat bulky item. The padding is excellent. It should protect even the finest of rods and reels. The outside pockets have plenty of room for fly boxes or whatever else you may need. The design is classic, but with modern features such as magnetic clasps for the buckle straps. I would buy this again.
Date published: 2015-05-22