roving luggage

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Ted Sanchez

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Hi MDs!!
Did a bit of barbeling the other night on the Avon at Lacock, very pleasant[:)]...but I blanked![:(]
I found my usual lakeside luggage and gear awkward and cumbersome.
Please could I have your esteemed advice from you guys on:
-Quivers for rods bank sticks etc
- Rucksack or carryall? (There's a JRC Mega rucksack with detatchable carrier which I have seen going for 49 on a few sites..is it any good???)-Wallets or similar for carrying tackle/rigs
-Any other stuff or tips you have found particularly useful to make mobile angling easier... lioke how do you carry a fixed leg chair around without it banging about every where.

Cheers from Zunny Zummerzet
 

fishing_mad

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sorry cant help you there my luggage is pretty heavy and cheap but it does the trick but if you'r after advice on light luggage ask tiny he'll know


Fishing Mad[:)]
 

esox.20

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Ted for evening sessions on the severn I use a single strap bag made by Quantum(Browning) and a eco chair for which I have a carrying strap. For smaller rivers or short sessions I have a ruck sac/seat (see Index catalogue) as I normally have only one rod on smaall rivers I dont use a quiver but for the severn I do use a small quiver so I can carry 2 rods and an umbrella.

chill out go fishing

 

darryl

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i use the jrc combi rucksack the top makes a great carryall for roving .a fox quiver for my rod bankstick and brolly and my chair ive attached a sholder strap like the type you get for luggage cost about 3




you can not catch one sitting at home
 

TINY

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Mines a very similar set up Darryl only mines Fox coz Im a tackle tart.
You can go even lighter though,depending on what you want to take and what you need to take.

Andy.
 
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