Medium: 31"L x 9½"H x 5"W. Holds 4-piece rods up to 9'. Total 1,220 cu. in. Weighs 5½ lbs. Large: 36½"L x 9½"H x 5"W. Holds 4-piece rods up to 11'. Total 1,587 cu. in. Weighs 6 lbs.
Overall: 4.6 / 5 based on 152 reviews
146 of 152 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Great Case -
By: shooterSLO from Truckee
This is the ONLY case I've ever found for fly rods longer than 9'. It's fantastic. Has room for several rods, reels, and assorted stuff.
Carry it All -
By: Steelfly from Toledo, Ohio
A very handy bag to carry a variety of rods and reels and other necessities. It is nice not to have to carry three tubes to get a variety of rods to your fishing spot. And you never have to unpack it and wonder were did I put my eight weight reel.
Safe Passage - Very Versatile -
By: Dinkslayer from Pittsburgh, PA
Just received it. It definitely seems sturdy enough for airline travel - either as a carry-on or checked in. The partitions are all adjustable and can be removed if desired, even the lengthwise one. All in all, a very versatile product that should accommodate many needs.
Just What I needed -
By: 1Fishbwana from Delta,British Columbia
This item functions as advertised. All my rods, reels, and accessories are all safe with me when I travel to my favorite fishing hole. It is easy to carry and does the job of protecting my equipment. Only draw back is that the Airlines will not allow the lines to be carried in it if it is used as carry on. Otherwise PERFECT
All in one place -
By: gforcegerry from Suffolk, UK
Perfect for keeping everything together when travelling. I managed to get a huge amount of gear in it. My only complaint would be the weight which is heavy even when empty. The other is a recommendation... Could Orvis put lockable zip pulls on it. Outside of the USA particularly Europe Middle East etc you can't carry rods as hand luggage so it has to go in the hold. Would be nice if it could be locked. Hence the 4 stars rather than 5.
Large is good -
By: Leicadave from Hamden, Ct.
I wrote a critical review of the smaller version and traded it in for the larger one. It has become my go to case for most of my fishing, whether traveling to S. America, Canada, or locally. The strap issue remains: Would be better to have D rings so you could fit another strap of your choice to it. Lockability is still an issue. I use nylon ties to keep it more secure when checking it (I always check it). Its luggage size is an advantage when checking luggage as it won't roll into a corner of the hold and get lost. I pack 2-4 rods in it with reels and leaders, flies sometimes too. It even holds my 5 piece 11 and 13 foot spey rods. The largest size has a couple of issues but is still highly recommended.
awesome gift -
perfect gift for my 16 year old who has lots of gear and likes to travel with it.
finest example of fishing bag -
By: madog from Barry
this is the sort of fishing case that I have been looking for, for a long time, it holds all my travel fly rods and reels along with my tackle in one bag. would definitely recommend it to my friends.
Great Pack -
By: SouthFork from Lost in Montana
In the past, I have always brought my rods in there individual tubes, and reels in a bag. This summer I purchased this case before a trip to Alaska. It worked out great for the trip. The larger pack held my Switch perfect as well as the four other rods I put in there. Since I was fishing for anything from pike to grayling, to rainbows and salmon, it was nice to have a selection of rods and reels with me. It keeps everything very organized and in easy reach. I would highly recommend this case for traveling or even just very organized storage.
By: CaptCurt from Point Judith, Rhode Island
A nice well made product. However, I was really disappointed to find that my 3 piece, 9' rod would not fit in the case. This was the main reason I purchased it.