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 113 reviews
107 of 113 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Solid Product -
By: strikezone from Peterborough, ON
Wanted a decent travel case that would handle 3-4 11' switch rods as well as reels and a couple of extra spools. Tough to find a case of this size that looks good and is functional. Item arrived fairly quickly considering international shipping. Was well packaged/undamaged. Based on first impressions, it appears that it will meet my requirements handily.
Excellent Product -
I was preparing for a trip to Christmas Island. I wanted to take several rods and reels for the trip, but wanted a product that would carry it all, that I could take with me on the plane. I looked at a lot of products, but the medium sized case designed for 9 foot rods this was exactly what I needed. I was able to get 6 salt water fly rods and 8 fly reels in the case with additional room to pack leaders, tippet, sun gloves, buffs, sun glasses, etc. I don't usually like to review products on a retailer's web site, but the Safe Passage Carry-it-all exceeded my expectations.
Just What my Husband Needed -
By: RockyMtnFlyFisher from Denver, Colorado
Bought this rod and gear case for my husband for Valentine's Day-he loves it! It is large enough for fly rods that break down to four pieces, and has plenty of adjustable pockets for reels, line, fly box, tools-whatever he needs to take along. We bought the camo colored case, and it is very attractive, plus it will blend in with surroundings pretty well if we need to take it to the water's edge with us. The strap makes it so that you can hike with it into an alpine lake pretty easily, or attach it to a pack. The case is hard and able to protect the rods well; a big plus if you have dogs, heavy gear, coolers, or kids in the mix. I would trust my rods to be protected with this case.
Great for rods and reels! -
By: Fishgills from Uniontown, OH
Amazing rod and reel case! This case was sent in the smaller model but I needed the larger one to accommodate the larger 4 peice 9ft plus rods. The customer service agent was the most genuine person I've talked with over the phone. 2 days later the large version arrived and fits my rods and reels perfect! Nice design, strong material, it works. Satisfied.
By: johnnyraff from South Jersey
Got this as a present and it basically holds my whole collection of reels and rods. I have about 4-5 reels and rodes in there, also some fly boxes and other misc stuff. Well built and great for storage , protection and travel.
Good bag...get the biggest one -
By: LDave from Princeton, NJ
You need the largest size for maximum flexibility. It holds my 13 and 15' Missionary 6 Greys spey rods and my 11' switch rods nicely, with plenty of room for boxes of flies and 3-4 reels. I use it every trip now, short or long. Lack of locking tabs is an issue but you can rig wire ties thru the zippers to keep it a bit secure. I've checked it from NYC to Argentina, and shorter trips too without a problem as it's big enough to not get lost in the hold. The additional of swivels to the strap is also a good idea.
Great gift! -
By: CLMB from Minneapolis, MN
My fly fishing family members loved this case. They are always traveling and this is perfect to keep their gear safe and in one place. Loved it!
By: GooseCutter from Washington, DC
Top 500 Contributor
While I haven't flown with this rod case yet, it fits all the rods I need and keeps my gear organized in the compartment under the floor of my car trunk. I can hit the river after work and know that all my gear is in one pace and safe, to boot!
Shoulder Strap -
By: acricky from Rickmansworth, UK
I bought this bag as a carry on for a bone fishing trip to Mexico. I've just returned from my trip and was very disappointed with the shoulder strap which is fixed in the middle of the strap, so can't be adjusted. The strap is fixed at both ends so can't rotate, which is annoying. Whilst carrying the bag on your shoulder it slips down so the end of the bag so the strap digs into your shoulder. I had 4 rods and 9 reels so it was quite heavy. Several members of my group had an older version of the bag which had a moveable strap cushion and swivel connections to the bag. Apart from that the bag was identical. I cannot understand why Orvis would modify the bag and ruin a great product. It would also help if the main zip levers could accommodate a padlock as some airlines would not allow it on the plane as carry on luggage. Unless Orvis can change the strap in some way I am returning the bag today.