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    Default Trolley

    I’m in the process of buying a trolley. What would you recommend please?

    Needs to hold rod holdal, korum deluxe chair (quite wide) the usual tackle bag, net bags and buckets etc..

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    Default Re: Trolley

    What are you after a 2 wheel, one of those prams I see match anglers pushing or a carp barrow?

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    Default Re: Trolley

    Not a barrow, but 2 wheeled is perfect

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    If it the new Korum chair with the round leg get the barrow kit. I can get my tackle bag. Bait bag & bucket plus more if needed then bungee the rods & brolly on top

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    Default Re: Trolley

    I use a folding sack truck/trolley from Screwfix:

    Folding Sack Truck 80kg | Sack Trucks | Screwfix.com

    I strap my folded chair onto the back with a bungy, then slide the handles of my roving bag down the handles sitting it on the base, and then finally I slide the handles of my landing mat/pad over the top. I then finally thread the rods and landing net handle across the top of the roving bag but under the bag/landing mat handles. Works for me and is fairly cheap.

    Cheers, Bob

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    Yes it’s the new Korum deluxe chair. It’s a good idea that Chrissh but prefer two wheels, saves me having to do the ballencing act over rough uneven ground. Last barrow I owned wasn’t very steady

    I don’t think Bob that will take the size of my chair.

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    Default Re: Trolley

    Quote Originally Posted by Saluki View Post
    Not a barrow, but 2 wheeled is perfect
    Two wheeled barrows can be very difficult to control over rough ground as I found by experience. If its a barrow you are looking for I would stick to one wheel.
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    Default Re: Trolley

    Look online at Penrose platforms,very good product,made in the UK,I sit on mine too,with a pillow...

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    I second the Korum barrow kit which I used this week for the first time even though I bought it a year ago! If the peg is a trek I use it but if not I can often make two or three trips in the same time as I can load and secure everything! In addition the excercise does me good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrissh View Post
    If it the new Korum chair with the round leg get the barrow kit. I can get my tackle bag. Bait bag & bucket plus more if needed then bungee the rods & brolly on top

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    yes I agree , I have a barrow with the two wheel option but one wheel is easier because if your trying to avoid ruts in the ground two wheels make it harder

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