Rod ready holdall

dalesman

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Is there company who produces a rod ready bag for a 3 piece 13' or 14' with a side pocket for a bank stink/landing net handle
 

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Preston innovations still do the monster hardcase 1+1, they are desingened to hold 2 rods, all 11' and a 10' two piece, i have 2 of these holdall, I use one as intended, the other I use with either a 3 piece 12' feeder rod or 3 piece 13' float rod, both types of rod can be carried ready made up if taken apart and sections folded together in right order.and bank stick and net handle will fit inside with no problems. Other major brands do similar style holdall.
 

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Is there company who produces a rod ready bag for a 3 piece 13' or 14' with a side pocket for a bank stink/landing net handle

If you want a single sleeve (with a side pocket) just to say long enough for a three piece 14' rod, I think you'll be waiting a long time.

I suspect that the closest you are likely to get will be the Drennan Specialist Double Sleeves. There are two variants, but don't ask me what the differences are, I've not been able to tell what makes the "compact" compact and the website offers no clarity. The associated short single sleeves are sized nicely for 13-15' three piece rods, but there's no pocket on the side of them.

I'm perfectly happy with my Drennan Specialist Double Rod Sleeve. The extra length is unnecessary for a 13/14' rod but it makes it flexible enough to take two piece 10/11/12' rods and a three piece 17'er. Once in a while, I'll strap a Specialist Short Sleeve onto it and chuck a 13/14' three piece in it.
 

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I use and love the Preston Monster 2+2 holdalls. I can get 3 piece 15' rods and 2 piece 11ft barbel rods in the longer version.

They have a side pocket for bank sticks, landing net handles etc. I usually put my umbrella in one side of the holdall and 2 rods in the other half.

No more tubes to carry around and you're always half set-up when you arrive!
 

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If you ignore the word carp there are plenty of holdall in the carp range of holdalls
 

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the new Korum folding 3 rod quiver is definitely on my Christmas list. You can put any size of rod in it, and I will use protective tip-tops on the tops of my rods... however it is certainly a piece of kit I've been waiting for! Hitting the shops in December I think
 

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the new Korum folding 3 rod quiver is definitely on my Christmas list. You can put any size of rod in it, and I will use protective tip-tops on the tops of my rods... however it is certainly a piece of kit I've been waiting for! Hitting the shops in December I think
Do you have a link
 
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