XD Series Rigged Fly Rod Case
- First fly rod case of its kind
- Keeps rod protected and ready to fish
- Rigged rods are ready to cast in seconds
- Eliminates the need for full-length rod carriers
- Straps secure line for easy removal and assembly
- Multiple pockets secure a variety of rod lengths
Quik-Cast reinvents the way you carry multipiece rods with the XD Series. These innovative fly rod cases protect rigged rods on your way to go fishing while also keeping them ready to cast quickly. Rigged rods go from case to casting in seconds. You’ll be able to fit ready-to-fish rods in places you couldn’t fit fully assembled rods. Now there’s an affordable alternative to full-length rod racks and other large, expensive carriers. No more need to carry fully assembled rods to your fishing spot and risk damage during transport. Lined with strong PVC tubing to protect rods from drops and rough handling, the rugged XD Series covers all your travel needs from the trail to the airport. Heavy-duty nylon exterior resists abrasion. A full-length YKK® zipper ensures easy open and close. Hook-and-loop straps hold line in rigged position for easy removal and quick assembly. Individual pockets secure each rod section and prevent shifting during transport. Multiple pocket lengths along interior secure a wide range of rod lengths. The 32″ long case fits four-piece rods up to 9 ft. long; three-piece rods up to 7.5-ft. long; and most five-piece rods. Rod, reel and line not included.
Case to casting in seconds
Rugged XD Series cases keep your rods fully rigged when disassembled for compact carry and quick-casting convenience. Rigged rods go from case to casting in seconds.
Stop risking damage during transport
Protect rigged rods on your way to a fishing spot and be ready to cast when you arrive. No more need to carry fully assembled rods and risk damage during transport.
Built for your travels
XD Series cases cover all your travel needs from the trail to the airport. The system eliminates the need for full length rod racks and other large, expensive rigged-rod carriers.
Casting to case in seconds
Slide apart rod section with reel. Hold line in place with fingers.
Slide the ends of rod sections into separate pockets.
Secure line with hook-and-loop strap.
Repeat steps for all remaining rod sections.