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I just picked up a otter rod box yesterday. That thing is built like a tank. Love it.

I can now safely carry my 40" sage blank ice rod. It will hand 3 rods easily. I'll probably only have 2 in there though. If you have high end rods, this thing might be worth the cost to you.

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For the money your much better off going to a Stone Legacy Revolution. 8 Rods, tackle and tip ups all in a hard sided case and rods store individually so no tangles. You can carry it by hand or go backpack style. Can you say SWEAT!

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I also agree whole-heartedly, the Stone Legacy Revolution will be the best of breed when it becomes available.

I'll check on the 40" rod option.

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Well. with as much gear as that baby can hold, you might just be sweating! This one will blow all other bags out of the water.

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Well anyway, the otter seems like a heck of a rod box to me. Built as tough as their sleds are. Can handle the bigger rods/reels etc...

I use to leave my Sage custom rods home on certain trips out of fear of busting them up.
Not anymore.

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The Otter box does have it's place, but can it carry all of your rods, your tackle, tip-ups, etc, etc, all in one?

I can't wait to get some pics up on this unit and you'll see why we are so excited about it.

We will have these at the Red Lake Ice Series event next weekend for all to look at.

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No it can't. I didn't claim it could. I have a croxton pond bag for all the misc stuff, and short rods. (although I hate fishing with a rod any shorter then 34")

For 34-40 inch high end rods, and reels though this thing is the ticket.

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Sweat, Northlander must load his up with 8 rods, his tipups and a few cement blocks!

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