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Sunrae Rod Sleeves are excellent for the Tournament Angler. Anyone who uses more than one rod and transports them together should give this product a try. There is nothing worse than losing valuable fishing time when every ounce counts in a tournament. The Sunrae Rod Sleeves are easy to slide on and off rods no matter whether there is a crankbait tied on or not. One nice feature to the sleeve is it’s clear. It is simple to see through the sleeve to see what type and color lure you have on a particular rod without taking all the sleeves off to find the right one. Comparing to similar products I’ve noticed that the competitors have elastic bands that secure around the reel on the pole. This poses problems with treble hooked lures. They always seem to get stuck in the elastic band. Sunrae Rod Sleeves are tapered to fit just above the reel thereby eliminating this problem. I find the Sunrae Rod Sleeves to be the best product for transporting and keeping rods tangle free.
Sincerely,
Rick Vogelbacher, Owner of Rick's Ultimate Bass Fishing
E-mail
bigbass101@earthlink.net
I was amazed at the quality construction and durability of the Sunrae Rod Sleeve. They are excellent for winter storage of all your rods and there is no need to take any lure off your line, the hooks will NOT catch on the Sunrae Rod Sleeve. Sunrae Rod Sleeves are an asset in my boat and will be for all fisherman. They keep lines from tangling together while rods are being stored resulting in more fishing time. They are a quality product at an affordable price and that's what a fisherman is looking for. Hats off to Sunrae Enterprises!
Sincerely,
Darin Gleason, Owner of ChippewaValleyFishing.com
E-mail
Dman@chippewavalleyfishing.com
I first came in contact with Ted Slowinski (developer of the Sunrae Fishing Rod Sleeve) in late August of 2002, when he asked me to link to his site on Madison Lakes. I was very interested in the Sunrae Fishing Rod Sleeves. The rod sleeve comes in a very compact pouch. I took the rod sleeve out of the pouch and found that the PVC it is constructed of is very tough. I pulled the rod sleeve over the rod with lure attached with ease, I figured when I pulled the rod sleeve off, the hooks would catch. Not the case! I immediately thought of trout fishing the tributaries of the Little Wolf River. I usually carry two rods, and do a lot of “brush busting” to get to good holes. The line gets tangled in the twigs. I have now found my solution. The sleeves are clear so I can easily see which lure or hook is attached. A great feature of the rod sleeve is that while you are fishing it folds up to shirt pocket size and is completely out of your way. As far as transporting rods, I drive a car. All of my rods are one-piece, so they do not fit in the trunk. Before the rod sleeve came along lures were catching me, the upholstery, and each other. Problem solved with the rod sleeves. Obviously during a boat ride the rods jump around, catching everything in site if a lure is attached. Again, problem solved. When I get near the water I want to be able to cast right away. I have a collection of expensive rods. I also keep the rod sleeves on my rods for storage and protection. Obviously I am sold by this product. I saved the best for last. The Sunrae Fishing Rod Sleeve is only $5.50! For the price of a fast-food lunch save yourself some headaches and try one or two. Madison Lakes is proud to endorse this truly innovative and creative product.
Sincerely,
Ryan Uekert, Owner of MadisonLakes.com
E-mail
webmaster@madisonlakes.com
I tried the Sunrae Fishing Rod Sleeve, and loved it. I went on a deer hunting and fishing trip to Three Lakes, which is a five hour drive from Madison, Wisconsin. My rod had a walleye jig and the Sunrae Fishing Rod Sleeve on it. Of course my rod ended up at the bottom of the pile of gear. We had two bows, six rods, and a whole bunch of other gear on top of this fishing pole. I was not at all surprised when my friends pulled their fishing poles out of the truck in one big tangled mess; mine however, was in perfect condition and not snagged at all! I loved it. I was fishing in minutes while they were still untangling their lines. The best part was when I needed to use the rod, I just slipped the case off, rolled it up into a tiny ball and put in in my tackle box! What a great piece of equipment!
Sincerely,
Corey Montiho - Avid Fisherman
E-mail
cmontiho@students.wisc.edu