Kilcunda 27/07

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Re: Kilcunda 27/07

Postby Lightningx » Sat Aug 04, 2018 12:07 pm

Defender130 wrote:
mpharris66 wrote:After a couple of walks up that track lugging rods, Eski, bucket and backpack I swore to travel light. Not easy when surf fishing for me anyway.


I invested in a trolley from beachwheelsaustralia.com

Pricey, but the balloon wheels are fantastic, they make carting important stuff like an esky full of beer so much easier.

Hi mate. Do you have a pic of the one you bought?
Is it the all terrain wagon?



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Re: Kilcunda 27/07

Postby Defender130 » Sun Aug 05, 2018 3:29 pm

Lightningx wrote:
Defender130 wrote:
mpharris66 wrote:After a couple of walks up that track lugging rods, Eski, bucket and backpack I swore to travel light. Not easy when surf fishing for me anyway.


I invested in a trolley from beachwheelsaustralia.com

Pricey, but the balloon wheels are fantastic, they make carting important stuff like an esky full of beer so much easier.

Hi mate. Do you have a pic of the one you bought?
Is it the all terrain wagon?


I got the large folding beach cart. I dont have a pic but there's heaps on their website.

https://beachwheelsaustralia.com/produc ... t-folding/


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