Fly Fishing Luggage
Fly Fishing Luggage.....Don't leave home without it.
OK. Corny...but true. If you plan on any sort of a long distance trip,
particularly if your bags are likely to get roughed up, having some fly
fishing luggage (rod cases, bag for your waders and wading boots, another
for your flies/fly vest/etc....) can be a lifesaver. Not to mention a
wallet saver. This is all especially true if you plan on traveling by
plane - the airlines are known to secretly detest fly rods and always
seem to break them giving the first opportunity.
As such, to put things blunty, if you plan on doing lots of traveling
- keep your gear safe and secure by getting some good luggage to haul
it around. Not only will this help keep your gear safe and in working
order, good luggage will also allow you to stay organized - no small
consideration when traveling around.
Fishing Luggage - The Orvis "Safe Passage" line of luggage is an ideal way to protect your equipment when you travel.
Luggage at Cabela's - Compare from a multitude of unique fly fishing luggage pieces available at Cabela's.
Recommended Luggage Pieces to Get
- Rod Tube or Rod Case : This is common sense. Either
get a generic fly rod tube (for general car travel) or one of the airline
cases that also have room to store your fly reels and fly boxes too.
These rod cases will come in handy over and over again - so if you
can afford it - spring for it. Rod Tubes are nice, but they hold nothing
more than your rod - leaving you to figure out what to do with the
fly reel and other pesky, little things.
- Wader and Wading Boot Bag : So....once your waders
are wet and grimy, how do you plan on carrying them around? Hmmm...good
question. If you
do lots of traveling, a wader bag will save your cars interior (no
small consideration if you are renting one) and will also save yourself
from an evil look from the rental agent.
- General Garment Bag : Pretty much any piece of luggage can work for
this, I guess. Still, it's nice to have an all-around garment bag that
can hold all the other clothing you may use when fly fishing - in particular
your fly fishing vest, wading belt, any special clothing you usually
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