Protect your ice rods and tackle with the SCHEELS Outfitters Ultimate Ice Combo Case. Press play to learn more about the innovative new design of this ice rod case.
Scheels Outfitters Ultimate 2.0 Ice Combo Case is here to take your ice fishing experience to the next level. You will really appreciate the interior setup, now with more space for combos and reels. The outside has been given the premium treatment, with rich red latches and accents. With foam padded interior for ultimate protection, this ice fishing case can hold up to 6 rods or combos up to 42-inches in length. With durable hard-sided construction, this case can handle rough transport season after season, while the handle provides a system that's easy to transport. After a successful day on the ice, protect your gear with the secure lock system while you represent your go-to ice fishing headquarters with the SCHEELS Outfitters logo.
Easy to transport with durable handle
Foam padded interior for ultimate protection
Rugged case body to handle rough transport
Secure lock system to keep your gear protected
Can store up to 6 rods or combos up to 42" in length
Durable hard-sided case with premium accents and latches
The seal doesn’t keep water and snow out of the case. While hauling it with a snowmobile the spray gets into the case and causes a concern with rusting the equipment inside. Curious to see if there are any recommendations to fix this. Also the case itself needs to be deeper to accommodate reels.
Great construction and storage, just needs to be deeper for real space!
Great construction. Love the storage with the tackle boxes! BUT the case isn’t deep enough to store your reals on your rods. Had to turn them sideways and that eliminated storage space for multiple rods. Plus when you store the sideways when traveling in a shack the reals bounced around and damaged the inside of the case. If they made these with a deeper design they’d be perfect.
I liked the idea of this case when I purchased it. It's a nice hard sided case with tackle storage inside and it is long enough to hold my snare rods. Once I got it home I soon learned that my rods did not lay in the case very well with my reels still attached and my shorter sight fishing rods didn't reach across to the first brace. I also felt that this case was a little heavier than I expected.
Well I live in Saskatchewan and you don’t ship to Canada yet . So I ended up ordering that same case from tinned up custom rods I will be picky it up from UPS on Wednesday I can’t wait I researched ice rod cases and it was by far the best one I could find for what I needed.
A heavy duty case. Holds my rods and tackle. Nothing moves around while traveling. A couple of the reels required some adjustments to make it fit but they fit in none the less. No more tangled rods and reels that I experienced in my other rod case.
Nice case, very sturdy! I gave it 3 stars because it needs to be deeper. I have a couple rods with inline reels (13 freefall) and they will not fit in the case unless they are tipped at a angle and that really cuts down the case capacity.
Great ice rod box as it holds and protects them well. I bought mine on sale at $120 plus freight and tax- decent value. Tons of storage and the right size for day trips. I also have the Outdoors Innovations box and they stack up pretty close except the OI box has a bit more storage room. Attached is a pick for comparison as I’m guessing many guys are on the fence which to buy.
In general very pleased with it thus far, a must for those of you with high quality Radcliffe custom rods.
Exactly what I was looking for an all in one system. Absolutely recommended this. Only down side was they didnt ship to Canada, bright side I live close to the border so it wasn't that bad.... cheers tight lines
Although it is bigger than I expected, it is exactly what I was looking for...
This is a nice durable case. It holds 6 rods nicely as well as plenty of tackle. There are a couple of down falls. First of all the case needs to be a little deeper to allow the reels to fit better. Secondly having all wide gaps in the rod supports don't hold the rod tips vary well.