WTB Fly rod travel case.

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This spring I'll be taking my first fly fishing trip that requires me to fly with 2 or 3 rods and reels. If anyone wants to unload a fly rod travel case, let me know.
 
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Marty, that calls for rod tubes/cases of 31" or 31.5 inches. A regular (1-5/8"?) tube can hold two rods, with one butt end up, the other down. A 2.5 or 3" tube can probably hold four rods.
 
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kinigit

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I'd recommend making a case from 3 or 4 inch thin wall PVC with a screw cap. I've made a couple for 3 and 4 piece rods and love them. Super easy to wash down and dry quick.
 
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Have two generic Sage aluminum tubes; one is a single-rod and the other a multi-rod, that look like this:
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Also have several different rod-specific Sage tubes if interested...
 
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