Title:
Fishing rod carrier and holder
United States Patent D351498


Inventors:
Stebbins, Joel C. (Deephaven, MN)
Application Number:
07/876230
Publication Date:
10/18/1994
Filing Date:
04/30/1992
Assignee:
Carter Airborne Corporation (Deephaven, MN)
Primary Class:
Field of Search:
D3/36, D3/38, 43/21.2, 211/70.2, 211/70.7, 211/70.8, 224/207, 224/922, 294/143, 294/146, 294/147, 294/159
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US Patent References:
5071048Fishing rod and reel carrierDecember, 1991Price et al.224/207
D320305Fisherman's carryall, or similar articleOctober, 1991SilksD3/38
5040324Carrier for fishing rods and reelsAugust, 1991Rivera et al.43/26
D308290Fishing rod carrierJune, 1990MulvaneyD3/38
D300283Combined fishing rod rack and carrierMarch, 1989Duckro, Jr. et al.D3/38
4779914Display and carrying rack for fishing equipmentOctober, 1988Friedline211/70.8
4529112Carrier for fishing rods and tackleJuly, 1985Miller224/202
4523704Car top rod and reel carrier apparatusJune, 1985Washington224/328
4460207Device for the carrying of skisJuly, 1984Gies294/147
4326747Ski carrierApril, 1982Finnegan294/147
D261571Tackle caddyNovember, 1981HansonD3/38
4274571Carrier for skis and ski polesJune, 1981Lafreniere et al.294/147
4190182Ski carrierFebruary, 1980Hickey224/45S
4014466Carrying frame for fishing polesMarch, 1977Wess et al.211/70.8
3889860FISHING GEAR CARRIERJune, 1975Lindsey224/45R
3487947FISHING ROD HOLDERJanuary, 1970Bogar, Jr.D3/38
2171053Fishing rod and ski clamp and carrierAugust, 1939White224/29



Primary Examiner:
Word, Hugo A.
Assistant Examiner:
Coles, Doris V.
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Merchant, Gould, Smith, Edell, Welter & Schmidt
Claims:
1. The ornamental design for the fishing rod carrier and holder, as shown anddescribed.

Description:

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the fishing rod carrier and holder showing my new design;

FIG. 2 is a top plan view thereof;

FIG. 3 is a bottom plan view thereof;

FIG. 4 is a left side elevational view thereof (with the right side elevation view thereof being a mirror image);

FIG. 5 is a front elevational view thereof; and,

FIG. 6 is a rear elevational view thereof.