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Angler Innovations "Casting Rod Jacket"

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Angler Innovations "Casting Rod Jacket"

Make & Model

Brand:
Angler Innovations
Model:
Casting rod jacket
MSRP ($):
20.99

Only available for Right-Hand Retrieve Reels Whether you are a weekend angler or a more seasoned tournament angler, boater or non-boater, you can trust the Angler Innovations Rod Jacket to keep your rods and reels untangled and protected. Each Rod Jacket features a durable, one-piece Neoprene construction that covers your fully rigged rod and also fits snugly around your standard or low-profile casting reel. A Velcro closure ensures easy on-and-off, and when not in use, it folds compactly for easy storage. The Angler Innovation Rod Jacket - "the ultimate rod & reel cover." -Lightweight All-Way Stretch Neoprene with Nylon Binding -Outstanding Durability - flexes, bends, and will not tear -Mold/Mildew-Resistant and Blocks Harmful UV Rays -For use on both Freshwater and Saltwater Rod/Reel Combinations -Rods will not Tangle -Protects Rod Guides and Rod Tip -Fits in Rod Lockers

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Angler Innovations Casting Rod Jacket

First off if you own left handed reels, there is no need to read this review as the Angler Innovations Casting Rod Jacket only fits right hand reels. The Angler Innovations Casting Rod Jacket does a great job at protecting both your rod and reel. There are lots of "rod stick" type covers that will protect your rod just fine and are less expensive, but if you are looking for one cover to protect both your expensive rod and the expensive reel mounted to it, this is just what the doctor ordered. It is a very tough, durable neoprene material that feels like it will last a long as your rod. The oldest one I have is about 3 years old, and it still looks and performs like new.

It is pricy, but in my opinion very well worth the price. Take a look the next time you are looking for a rod cover!

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Tough, durable cover that protects both rod and reel
Cons:
Pricy
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