Triple Ready Rod Holdall Recommendation's

SpeedyJD

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Hi all.
I'm looking at upgrading my pole and rod holdall this year. First of all I have 2 x 9ft feeder rods & a 2 piece 12ft pellet waggler.
What do you all recommend to transport these ready made up and as compact as possible? The guru one looks good but it's enormous.
I loved my old Preston 1+1 as the reels didn't sit side by side but one in front of the other which saved on space. Thanks all.
 

gingert76

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i use the browning double rod holdalls so i take 2* wand, 2* feeder, 2* pellet wag as needed but saw this the other day but not watched the video but might help you
 

SpeedyJD

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Thank you for the Browning recommendation however it doesn't seem very protective and it's a bit big or wide. Thank you anyway.
 

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Has anyone got the Nufish hardcase holdall, it's designed for 4 rods but very compact by the look of it? Thanks
 

baggy

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I have a browning sphere 1.6 3 rod, which is prefer for short or 3 piece rods. The padding is very good
 

Simon R

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I've got one of these for when I need more than three rods:
Really impressed with the internal dimensions - probably too big for what you require though

You'll find that having a pair of shorter feeder rods you'll be able to stagger the reels and should get away with a two rod 190cm holdall.
I can get my 12' Acolyte and two tip rods in the Drennan two rod hardcase

Simon
 

SpeedyJD

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Hi Simon.
If you can your 12ft waggler and 2 feeder rods in the Drennan, that's exactly what I'm after. Thank you for that.
 

baggy

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I've got one of these for when I need more than three rods:
Really impressed with the internal dimensions - probably too big for what you require though

You'll find that having a pair of shorter feeder rods you'll be able to stagger the reels and should get away with a two rod 190cm holdall.
I can get my 12' Acolyte and two tip rods in the Drennan two rod hardcase

Simon
I really like the drennan gear but I had the drennan 3 rod and it was a pain in the arse as the rods moved as the dividers were very flimsy. I sold mine to get the browning holdall
 

SpeedyJD

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Thanks baggy, problem with the Browning for me though is I have a 2 piece pellet waggler rod so the holdall at 1.6m it's not long enough for me. Thank you anyway
 
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