How much equipment do we as anglers take with us to the waterfront? We all know almost every angler takes along too much gear sometimes. But you just don't want to miss out by forgetting something. When you take all this stuff with you, it is obvious that you are in it for the long haul. When you go fishing in a style that requires you to move around a lot it is simply not possible to take a lot of gear with you. However, if you are going to fish statically, then you want to have everything you need in your swim. So, you do not only take your pack with rods, but also a bivvy table, a bedchair, a cooking stove and a cooler bag with your lunch. To transport all this stuff to your swim, you can use a barrow or transport trolley.
Although barrows are mainly used by carp anglers, other static anglers can also use these transport carts. In recent years, more and more match anglers, coarse anglers and even sea anglers have been transporting fishing tackle and sea fishing tackle in this way to their sites. Carp anglers, however, are known for carrying a lot of gear to the bank. Not surprising of course, as they often spend the night there. That's why many carp anglers own a barrow, fishing trolley or transport cart. Barrows are often cleverly designed by and for carp anglers. This knowledge provides all sorts of smart ideas and makes the average barrow ideal for use.
Nowadays there is so much variety in the carp barrows market, ranging from large and luxurious to small and compact. There are even motorised barrows available, for when you have to walk a long way through rough terrain – this way you hardly have to push. For some barrows, special bags have been designed that fit perfectly on the barrow, allowing you to carry even more stuff in one walk. Also, barrows are often equipped with handy straps, elastics and hooks, so that your kit remains secure during transport. A wide range of barrows and transport carts can be found on Fishdeal.co.uk.