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WheelEEZ kayak carts

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Category: Saltwater Fishing
Forum Name: Yak Yak Yak
Forum Description: The forum for Kayak enthusiasts
Printed Date: 02 Dec 2023 at 12:54pm

Topic: WheelEEZ kayak carts
Posted By: jenjen
Subject: WheelEEZ kayak carts
Date Posted: 13 Jan 2021 at 1:14pm
Howdy, I'm sick of slogging my guts out with the C-tug on the Coromandel beaches so was thinking of upgrading to a C-tug. 

I've seen great reviews about them, but am stuck between the mini or normal size cart - any suggestions or feedback?

I'm only going short distances most of the time (and I'm fairly short hopefully with the mini the back of the yak wont bottom out!) It's for a Profish 400.


Posted By: jenjen
Date Posted: 13 Jan 2021 at 1:24pm
Well, that makes no sense at all. I'm wanting to ditch the C-tug and upgrade to a  Wheeleez cart Wacko

Posted By: piwikiwi
Date Posted: 13 Jan 2021 at 6:32pm
I have a profish 400 and the mini wheelez cart. It works great on soft sand at papamoa.
They come with 2 straps which you need to use to attach cart. I position the cart just behind my seat.
I recommend it 👌

Posted By: Swainsnow
Date Posted: 12 May 2021 at 9:16pm
I have the full sized one with pro 400 and use one strap. Feed it through the frames on either side and one clamp tightening thingy to tighten. Thinking of fastening both straps to frame and cutting to fit. Has anyone figured out how to carry it on the pro 400. Thinking of a wheel forward of the tackle box and one on the bow with frame on chill bag. Last resort type idea after walking to Mount Main beach.

Posted By: Hook-it
Date Posted: 13 May 2021 at 9:58am
Wheeleez ,all the way. You could not spend a better $ for transporting kayak across most terrain.

Posted By: BananaBoat
Date Posted: 31 Mar 2022 at 8:38pm
Does the full sized kayak beach cart fit into the hull of the Reload" rel="nofollow -

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