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Fishing Barrows and Trolleys
We, here at Angling Direct, stand by the belief that getting to your chosen swim easily and conveniently helps set you up for a fantastic day of fishing in the right frame of mind and with the right attitude. Lugging around the necessary tackle for even a short day session can often prove awkward, problematic and exhausting if you’re restricted to the gear you can carry on your back and in your arms. This is especially true if you are stocking up for a longer session or want a variety of tackle on hand to change up your fishing style as you go! This is precisely why Angling Direct is proud to put its name to an extensive collection of fishing barrows and trolleys sourced from the industry’s most trusted names. We carry an extensive collection of angling barrows and trolleys ranging from the simplest of budget buys right through to the most elaborate and advanced motorised products on the market today. Whether you’re looking for a low-cost entry-level barrow or the advanced trolley of your dreams, Angling Direct has hand-selected each product across our range in order to give you the perfect tool for the job.
You’ll find every household name you’d expect from such a quality range, including carp fishing barrow specialists, Prestige, with its award winning Carp Porter barrow range, and other leading brands such as Preston and Fox. From the latest in puncture-proof wheels designs right through to the finest trolley systems on the UK market, you’ll find all bases covered by our collection.
As we’ve said, the more convenient and simple it is to get set up at your chosen swim, the better your chances of having a successful angling outing on the whole. Our range of barrows and barrow bags come in a variety of sizes, so you can pick the barrow that best suits your regular swim as well as the amount of tackle you like to take to your sessions. So whether you like to travel light and just need a little help transporting your seat box, or you prefer to enjoy a long session which requires bivvies and bedchairs, as well as your usual collection of tackle, we have a trolley or barrow for you. In fact, we’re so certain that barrows improve your angling success that we’ve designed one for our own-brand Advanta range – which has practicality and value for money in mind.
When you’re looking for the perfect fishing barrow or trolley for your needs, there are a couple of things you might want to keep in mind. You can use this handy guide as a checklist for your needs in order to ensure that you can get down to your swim or peg quickly and easily.
One of the most important things to consider when you’re investing in a top quality fishing barrow is its size. Our range begins with the very simplest of barrows which literally just give you a base to pack all your gear onto so you can take all your gear down to the bank in one trip – without causing strain on your back. The range progresses through to barrows with their own under bags. These are bags that attach to the base of the barrow and hang down behind the front wheel. Ideal for the storage of your heaviest gear, including your bait or any water you want to take down to your swim, these under bags are also perfect for any smaller loose items that you don’t want to risk falling from your barrow as you negotiate bumpy terrain. Finally, we also stock fully adjustable barrows. These have extending sides and an extending front, allowing you to take buckets of gear when you need it. Extending barrows are ideal for the angler who likes to do a mix of quick overnighters and longer session swims, as they offer the perfect mix of being compact and spacious.
However, the amount of gear your barrow can carry is only the first aspect that you need to look into when you’re investing in a top quality fishing barrow. The pack down size of your barrow is almost as important as the amount of gear it can hold – after all, you need to be able to fit it in your boot along with the rest of your luggage. Some of the barrows we stock come as they are and can simply be lifted and placed into your boot, but most of them will involve some sort of disassembly to get them boot-ready. This can range from removable legs and handles, turning the barrow into a flat pack design, right through to a removable front wheel and folding central support. This is the perfect choice for the angler who wants a large barrow to carry a lot of gear, as its tiny pack down ensures that everything will fit in your boot flawlessly.
Wheels are another hugely important aspect of your barrow purchase and we have a variety of wheel setups available in our barrow range. The standard barrow has a single wheel, which is usually placed towards the front of the barrow. This is in tandem with two rear feet, which provide a stand for the barrow when you’re loading and unloading your tackle – much like a traditional wheelbarrow. The single wheel setup is by far and away the most popular as it allows you to negotiate most terrains with minimal effort. The second most popular barrow wheel configuration is a three wheel setup. These are favoured by the angler who likes to carry a lot of gear down to the bank, as well as the angler why knows they will be walking long distances to and from their swim or peg. Unlike the standard single wheel barrow, you don’t have to lift this barrow in order to get it moving – so if you’re someone who struggles with a bad back and who has problems lifting then this ‘push and go’ style might be the perfect option for you.
If you’re looking for a match fishing trolley to carry your seatbox down to your peg then you might be looking for a two-wheeled setup instead. Like the single wheeled barrows, these come fitted with two additional legs, too, to provide stability when the trolley isn’t in motion. Unlike barrows, the wheels of the trolley are at the rear and it is manoeuvred by applying pressure down on the handles, rather than by lifting up. You’ll also find four-wheeled barrows and trolleys in our range. These might not be the most popular of all our barrows, but they have their own set of strengths which play in its favour. Firstly, like tri-wheeled barrows, a four wheeled trolley doesn’t require any exertion down or up on the handles – you simply push and go. This makes this barrow option preferred by the match angler who has a large amount of gear that they like to take down to the bank and it’s an ideal option if you’re someone who doesn’t want to let a little back pain spoil their angling.
The wheel of your barrow is likely to be the area which is under most strain as you’re moving between swims. As such, it is a good idea to look out for a barrow with wheels that can withstand the pressure of repeated use under heavy loads and over rough terrains. Most of the wheels in our range will have a thick tread, allowing you to traverse the most uneven of surfaces, and will be heavy duty in build. You’ll also find that many of the wheels we stock will be puncture proof, in order to avoid unfortunate bankside accidents, and we also stock a range of spares to fit a number of the different barrows we offer. We also stock wheel conversion kits, which allow you to change your setup from a single wheeled barrow to a tri-barrow – as well as options which allow you to convert your slim wheel setup into a fat boy setup for additional stability.
Once you’ve got your barrow you might want to start looking at the wide range of accessories that we have to offer. More than simply for show, our fishing barrow and trolley accessories really do allow you to up your game on the bank – mostly by providing you with additional storage space on your barrow. Panniers, or side bags, are packs which fit over the sides of your barrow. These allow you to hang tackle from the side of your barrow as well as stacking it on top. You will find that some of the panniers we stock have been specially designed with bait storage in mind and, as such, will help to position heavy bait low on the barrow. Keeping the main weight of the barrow as low down as possible significantly aids with barrow balance, and these side bags ensure that you don’t have to worry about gear toppling as you traverse rough terrain.
As well as side bags, we also stock a range of bags which have been designed to sit on the very front of your barrow. This is the part of the barrow which will likely be angled slightly downwards, so having a sealed bag really allows you to make the most of this space. These front bags come in a range of sizes, from large bags designed to hold your change of clothes, sleeping bag, and pillow, to compact bags designed for your rig safes and smaller tackle boxes. We have bags specially designed for holding your cooking equipment, too, freeing up space in your luggage for other tackle essentials. Remember, these additional bags don’t just allow you to take more gear down to the bank but they also allow you to be more organised. This is especially important if you’re fishing off-barrow, as having more storage bags loaded up with fewer items can significantly reduce the time you spend packing and unpacking on the bank in order to find that one essential item.
You won’t only find bags in our range of accessories, however. You can also find a full range of barrow covers. These come in classic carpy colours, including olive, khaki, and camouflage, so you can pick the cover that suits your taste. These covers are designed to keep your gear dry whilst it is on your barrow, which is ideal if you’ve got a long way to barrow in heavy rain or you’re going to be fishing off-barrow during a short and mobile day session. These aren’t intended to be used to hold gear onto your barrow, however, but we do stock a range of bungee cords and barrow straps to keep your gear secured down.
As well as our range of standard barrows, we also stock a range of motorised barrows, These are ideal for the angler who has a lot of gear and who is fed up with struggling over rough terrain. As well as barrows with inbuilt power units, we also stock power converter packs, which allow you to transform your standard barrow into a fully motorised machine. As you might expect, these power barrows are not as cheap as your standard setup, with costs currently exceeding £500 for a high power setup. If you are interested in a high power barrow and you don’t want to have to wait for months to save up, you can always make the most of our Direct Credit system. This is an interest-free finance option which allows you to buy products of £300 or more on a fixed-rate repayment scheme.
Along with a market-leading range of angling hardware, we’re also proud to offer the ultimate customer service for anglers at all levels. Regardless of whether you’re just setting out for the first time or have been in the business for longer than we have, we’d be delighted to discuss our products with you at any time. Our customer service page gives all our contact information as well as our operating hours, or you can use the store locator to pop into your local Angling Direct and speak to any of our excellent team.
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