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eyeguy 54

What’s your rod box. I grabbed a Flambeau today to upgrade since a good buddy made me a 36 inch ice rod. I added foam to the bottom and took out the dividers and it looks like it will work dandy. Got them all in and some boxes for different plastics.  Won’t know till it warms up!  All snug when I close it up. 

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Rick G

That's just way too many rods stuffed in one box... I carry 4, same box....and often think it's tight..... Leave some at home once😁

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eyeguy 54

They are like kids and always want to go with me so I bring them all. Lol. I usually just bring 4. This is just to show that they will fit for summer storage.  Although one is so long it will probably end up in the kayak for vertical fishing gills under me. 😉

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Rick G
5 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

They are like kids and always want to go with me so I bring them all. Lol. I usually just bring 4. This is just to show that they will fit for summer storage.  Although one is so long it will probably end up in the kayak for vertical fishing gills under me. 😉

Do you bring ALL your guns with when you hunt😁

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eyeguy 54

I only need one slug when after the big bucks. Gills and crappies are much fussier at times. 😂😂🦌🐟

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smurfy

i have an otterbox, put 6 rods and reels in it. no picture.....to darn cold to go out!!!!!!!

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rundrave

I use that same box, on year number 3 with it and its a beast. I have no complaints or issues with it.  It appears to be well made and has handled abuse well. 

 

A little on the large size but keeps a lot of stuff organized and protected.

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ozzie

i run an otter box and have not had a rod break since I bought it.  Prior to that I seemed to break a rod tip once a year.  I have 6 combos laced up and ready to fish in the otter box.  a little big but I ain't complaining.  Nice not to have to break down my reels.

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opsirc

Use the striker bag, the big red and black one. Had it for 3-4 years now, carries both walleye and panfish rods. Trouble is, put some much stuff in it must weight 40lbs.

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Rick G

Like Spugsauce54, I have the Flambeau as my primary on ice case, I have others, smaller and larger depending on how many rods I need with😁 have had this one for three yrs now, haven't broken any poles in the case....just everywhere else imaginable...lol.   

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eyeguy 54
53 minutes ago, smurfy said:

What's your wife or girlfriend think of you taking her panties out fishing with you.😉😱

I was wondering witch rods were for the panties! 😂

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Tom Sawyer
2 hours ago, Rick G said:

 

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Maybe with your photo royce will figure out how those foam dividers are used 😆

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eyeguy 54
29 minutes ago, Tom Sawyer said:

Maybe with your photo royce will figure out how those foam dividers are used 😆

I resign and works much better for more rods. Be the bozo Tom. 😂 I can easily take 7 combos. Use the foam dividers with inlines and 4 works fair. I prefer them laying down vs hanging. 

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Rick G
36 minutes ago, Tom Sawyer said:

Maybe with your photo royce will figure out how those foam dividers are used 😆

Still better than 20 rods in a 5 gallon bucket, all wrapped together hopelessly 😁🤣🤣🤣 Like someone we all know , ☝️☝️☝️

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eyeguy 54

Be nice Rick. 😂😂😂

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Rick G
32 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

Be nice Rick. 😂😂😂

 How bout be nice Tom... quit picking on me, or I'm gonna tell Moosey on you😤 

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eyeguy 54

Making a nice green ice bobber for you. 🤓

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Tom Sawyer

Eagle Claw version or your, which sucks compared to the aluminum shotgun case I found at a garage sale for 5 bucks and pimped out. At work so can't show and tell....

Love the humor, helps these long days go by 😆 😂😂😂

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monstermoose78

@Rick G who needs a time out lol 

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Rick G
13 minutes ago, monstermoose78 said:

@Rick G who needs a time out lol 

Eyeguy definitely needs to be taught a lesson

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monstermoose78
49 minutes ago, Rick G said:

Eyeguy definitely needs to be taught a lesson

We all know you can’t teach old dogs new tricks!! 

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opsirc

Definitely need to re check spelling.  Panfish rods

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eyeguy 54

image.png.fa0ec19003ba155f7424784d4772d855.pngrainbow poo dropping on both of you. 

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