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Sea Run Case Co.

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4515 S. 16th Street
Fort Smith, AR 72901

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New Article on the Sea Run Journal: Traveling Confidently With Your Sea Run Case
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“Sea Run cases were born out of the need to protect the valuable fly fishing gear we all carry with us while traveling to and from the water, regardless of where that water may be. Whether your next fly fishing adventure is 20 miles from your doorstep, or 2000, our cases are built to get your gear there safely while giving you complete peace of mind.
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Here are 3 Pro Tips for Traveling with Fly Fishing Gear:
#1 – Take full advantage of airlines’ Special Baggage Policies
These policies allow specifically for multiple pieces of fishing equipment like your Sea Run Case, nets, and/or other tackle to be counted (and billed) as a single item of luggage. 
#2 – Check Your Flies
Depending on the airline and the TSA agent going through your carry-on bag, some of your flies’ hooks may be flagged as dangerous and can be confiscated. What’s most annoying about this fact, is that larger flies tend to be the most expensive. Avoid this by packing any flies with hooks larger than #1’s in your checked bag, or your checked Sea Run Case!
#3 – Bring Back-Up Gear
While most destinations will have loaner gear available, there is nothing worse than snapping a rod on day one of a trip and being stuck without a replacement. Whenever you travel, it’s best to bring along a backup setup to make sure nothing gets between you and your fly fishing adventure!
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[LINK IN BIO] to read the full article on the Sea Run Journal.
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#SeaRunCases #SeaRunFlyFishing #CraftedForAdventure #FlyFishingTravel #SeaRunJournal
New Article on the Sea Run Journal: Traveling Confidently With Your Sea Run Case •⁠ “Sea Run cases were born out of the need to protect the valuable fly fishing gear we all carry with us while traveling to and from the water, regardless of where that water may be. Whether your next fly fishing adventure is 20 miles from your doorstep, or 2000, our cases are built to get your gear there safely while giving you complete peace of mind. •⁠ Here are 3 Pro Tips for Traveling with Fly Fishing Gear: #1 – Take full advantage of airlines’ Special Baggage Policies These policies allow specifically for multiple pieces of fishing equipment like your Sea Run Case, nets, and/or other tackle to be counted (and billed) as a single item of luggage.  #2 – Check Your Flies Depending on the airline and the TSA agent going through your carry-on bag, some of your flies’ hooks may be flagged as dangerous and can be confiscated. What’s most annoying about this fact, is that larger flies tend to be the most expensive. Avoid this by packing any flies with hooks larger than #1’s in your checked bag, or your checked Sea Run Case! #3 – Bring Back-Up Gear While most destinations will have loaner gear available, there is nothing worse than snapping a rod on day one of a trip and being stuck without a replacement. Whenever you travel, it’s best to bring along a backup setup to make sure nothing gets between you and your fly fishing adventure! •⁠ [LINK IN BIO] to read the full article on the Sea Run Journal. •⁠ #SeaRunCases #SeaRunFlyFishing #CraftedForAdventure #FlyFishingTravel #SeaRunJournal

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