rod holdall advice

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gudderz1

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Hi, im thinking of buying a new rod holdall where i can arrive with the rods allready sort of setup, do you think its worth saving the time and effort of setting up from scratch when you arrive? or do you prefer to do it. Does anybody know where i can get any good deals on a holdall which i can carry 3 setup rods in? 6ft ones would be easier so can fit in car,

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midge99

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I have a korum holdall, I can take two rods set up, I don't know if they do one for three rods, and my pole fits in the external sleeve. Perfect for me.
 

davyr

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Originally posted by midge99

I have a korum holdall, I can take two rods set up, I don't know if they do one for three rods

They do! But it beats me how you're supposed to navigate on their website - I can't seem to scroll down any of the pages....

http://www.korum.co.uk/korum/Holdalls.html
 

pool_fodder

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I have the same Korum holdall for 2 rods and my pole, I think they do them for 3 rods. They are not cheap though but well worth having if you have a pole or want to take a brolly or tubes, most of the other types are just made for rods.
 

logical

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I got one from argos, 35 and you get a carryall aswell :) capable of holding up to 3 carp rods made up and 3 without reels, Also has room for a landing net and landing net handle in the external pockets, The holdall is just over 6fr in length aswell, making a perfect fit [:D] And the carryall is also a very good product

http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10001&langId=-1&catalogId=10651&productId=689770
 
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