Gear Review: Fishpond Dakota carry on rod case

We all know what a pain it can be to transport fly fishing equipment.  The Fishpond Dakota carry on case is a must have for the angler on the go.  It is the best designed case on the market for someone that wants to bring multiple four piece rods, and reels with them on vacation, or just for convenient storage at home.

This case is constructed of rip-stop nylon so it is super durable.The bottom of the bag is waterproof, making it a handy case to carry in the boat with you.  The case comes with a nice padded shoulder strap, and also a carrying handle, so moving it through airports, and to the boat is convenient and easy.  Inside the case you will find padded dividers to carry up to four reels and spare spools.  There is a is a lidded compartment to carry up to four rods in their socks.  The case is rigid, so having your gear crushed is not going to be an issue.  The flap of the case has three interior pockets that are water resistant, making them good for storing keys, cell phones, airline tickets, and other important things you may take on vacation.  The inside of the bag is made of a soft fabric that is suitable for storing sun glasses in as well.  There is also three pockets on the exterior, which would be a good place to store spare lines, leaders, tippet material or whatever else you please.

If you enjoy traveling to pursue fishing, this case is made for you.  The convenience of having all of your gear in one easy to handle case is a luxury.  Stop in Sweetwater Fly Shop, or call if you need to learn more, or want to see what they are all about.


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