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    You could try UKShootwarehouse, they do one for their new range of lofting poles that may well be suitable for hide poles. 

    OB

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    Which ever one you get , put a shallow 100mm dia rubber/plastic pot in the bottom stops the points going through

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    Not a bag but i use a length of Brown plastic gutter fall pipe, a blank end haraldited in the bottom hole drilled to drain water tie wrap scrap car seatbelt to tube top and botton get 4 hide poles in adds a little weight but protects poles and can use it to help tension net when poles are in use plus wont blow away.

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    Not entirely sure how long your hide poles are but a second hand fishing rod bag may be just the ticket, a lot of them are reinforced at the bottom and the added bonus of a shoulder strap

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    For years I used an old lightweight canvas fishing holdall with reinforced bottom, until it eventually gave up the ghost, I could get 6 poles and about 15 pigeon sticks in it, plus my fishing brolly, since then I have bought a number of so called hide pole bags but all of them came apart at the seams or ripped with very little use.

    Make sure there is plenty of length and width for at least 5 poles, I have two longish poles that I use for the sides of my hide and they stick out the top of the bag by 2 inches in the bag I have just bought from A1 Decoys.

    I know what you mean when you say “actually withstand some use” most seem very poorly made.

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    I got a fishing hold-all you can put hide poles and lofting poles in and they are comfortable on shoulders 

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    I use a sea fishing rod bag holder made by titan. Think they come under the game of a rod quiver bag. Salt also make them too.

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