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    Hi All

    When I have sold my current luggage I will be looking at purchasing one of the above so I will only have one rod/pole holdall to put in the car.

    My question is does anyone have one of these and are they heavy when full

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    Very heavy and very big

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    I know it's big

    What about on a Shuttle
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    It will still be the same size and weight on a shuttle
    Cyber bully apparently....

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    I misphrased Nick I meant obviously would be easier to carry on a Shuttle instead of on my back
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    When loaded its 6ft 6 inch long and 18 inch deep..certainly not one for carrying...make sure you got plenty of bungee straps to hold firm on trolley..

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    Thanks Rob
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    Just a thought...before you commit..make sure it fits in your car

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    I will do as I have to sell my luggage first
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    Make sure you really need to take that many rods/poles mark.
    Do you really need 12 tubes? That’s a pole and a couple of tubes for kits plus 9 other tubes! That’s a hell of a lot mate- even for a hardened match angler.
    Just a suggestion- why not look at a 6 tube holdall and a 2/3 rod ready holdall?
    It would take up less space and do a lot less damage to your back.
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