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HUMPALUMPA TROLLIES

Post by joliroger » Mon Mar 22, 2010 6:28 pm




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Post by rabbi2 » Mon Mar 22, 2010 8:49 pm

Any trolly use on fine sand is completely useless. save your money and get a rucksack with a built in seat.
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Post by andy1_i » Mon Mar 22, 2010 9:08 pm

or a seat box with the strap rack,trolleys lead to problems joli,have you got a link to said trolley ,i'll give it the once over and my "ahem" professional opinion =)) >:)

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Post by joliroger » Mon Mar 22, 2010 9:42 pm

http://www.humpalumpa.com/index.php?mai ... x&cPath=51&
zenid=5af52b955a0577a1a72bc9ac1aa91779


Here is the site Andy,....................give it the once over and tell me your opinion.....................JOLI

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Post by joliroger » Mon Mar 22, 2010 9:55 pm

LOOK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm really grateful for any in put on this subject but lets keep it sensible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!..............I am quite aware that a certain MR WILLY WONKA has friends called humpalumpa's but that is where any similarity ends !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! X( X( X( ...............JOLI

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Post by andy1_i » Mon Mar 22, 2010 10:05 pm

ive had a look at the site joli,isnt it pretty lol the strong plastic box looks nice lol

but in all seriousness,looks good for hard sand,but im not sure about fine sand,shingle and pebble beaches,maybe they should design some sort of half track trolley :-/ .

personally im not sure its worth the expence though fella,only my opinion and being honest ;)

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Post by Tonyb2 » Tue Mar 23, 2010 8:16 am

Being a bit diy enthusiast my brother in law uses an old golf bag trolley that he has converted to take his home made tackle box, seems to work ok for him, me, I prefer a rucksack.

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Post by joliroger » Tue Mar 23, 2010 8:29 am

Okay thanks everyone for your opinions /input, I too think it is on the expensive side............BUT, if it does all that is promised, possibly it might be an investment..................Andy with ref to your suggestion 'Half- track'ON THE BEACH................I believe you are thinking of D-Day 6th June, all I want to do is a bit of fishing not storm Fortress EUROPA HE HE HE..LOL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! >:) :)) ...................All the best..............JOLI

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Post by Thom » Tue Mar 23, 2010 6:11 pm

I used to use a trolley on big hikes for fishing both freshwater and sea, it was a godsend when i was younger as carrying all my tackle was physically demanding, as ive grown its not so much of a problem however the trolley is still outstandingly useful. only downside is small wheebas ones tip over easily, and you have to make sure everything is tied on evry tightly.

Rubber wheels are nice and feel mroe stable but i got punctures regularly before i filled mine with expanding foam!

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