Written by: Kent Klewein, Orvis Customer
Kent Klewein of the blog
Gink & Gasoline posted this review of the Orvis Safe Passage Carry-It-All Rod and Gear Case:
TERMINAL FISHING PACKING CHECKLIST
Fly Rods & Tubes Fly Reels Leaders & Tippet Fly Floatant Split-Shot Nail-Knot Tool
This list goes on and on with what I need to pack for my guide trips and fly fishing travels. It’s astonishing how much room all this gear takes up in your vehicle once you’ve packed it all in, and the list above is only a partial list of what I need for my days out on the water. I still need waders, boots, fishing packs, net, camera, and enough room to transport my clients. Anyway I looked at it, I was in desperate need of finding a better way to organize all my gear. It was taking far too long for me to strategically load and unload my truck every day.
Recently, I ran across and purchased the Orvis Safe Passage, Carry-It-All Rod and Gear Case, and it’s completely blown me away with it’s ability to safely store an insane amount of gear in half the space. Everything I need is right at my finger tips and that keeps me organized and saves me a ton of time rigging up. From one fellow guide to another, since I’ve started using this gear case, I’ve no longer found myself turning around and heading back to the cabin for a critical piece of gear I forgot to pack. Below is a break down of what the Orvis Carry-It-All gear case can handle and I why I love it.
Read the rest of the review here.
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I have only begun to learn to fly fish. It is more complicated than I first thought. There is so much to learn. I see why the other members of the local TU chapter say it is a life-long pursuit. I have taken the beginning, and intermediate classes. The instructions that were given were absolutely necessary to a fisherman new to fly fishing. I would recommend that anyone who decides to try this type of fishing take the classes. I am loving this new challenge.