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    Hi all

    I am just after a bit of advice, I am just starting out Match fishing again but not on commies at the moment. I am looking at a hold hall that can take 3 off made up rods. so a 14' 3 piece match rod. a 3 piece waggler rod and a feeder/bomb rod around 12 two piece. But I also need to carry my pole and a couple of top kits and a brolly and a feeder arm and a couple of other rests etc. I may be walking a long way over rough terrain. What do you guys recomend? The reason is the matches are held on a smallish river but if it is in flood they then revert to one of the club ponds so I need to cover every eventaulity. My car will be parked in a layby at times and again I dont want to leave anything in it so all what I have will have to travel with me??

    Any recomendations will be greatly recieved?

    Thanks

    ETEC
    Just got back into fishing so please be patient

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    Try this one

    May be of interest to you can carry up to 4 made up rods in it https://www.anglingdirect.co.uk/pres...double-holdall
    Mark

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    I have 3 of these that are used purely for storage and they are massive. And safe to. My rods have never got a mark on them in the hard cases and all my spare kits and sections are as safe as anywhere.

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    Mosella kompact 8.

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    Reckon mate - All those rods, brolly, Pole and the rest don't mix with Long Walks but that's just me!!

    Better to find out the day before if it's River or pond then load the gear accordingly to what you'll ACTUALLY be able to physically carry in reality.

    Your Health is more important, especially if (Like me) you've a few years on your back??

    POPEYE would struggle to carry that lot any distance. I presume without a Trolly??
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    You could get the Big holdall holdall in that Link - Just put less stuff in for now - THEN If & When you get to do the commies put as much in as you like as on a lot of Commercial venues you can park behind your Peg (But not all of them)

    At ones where you can't - I make 2 trips to my Peg - they're pretty secure places (once inside the gates) with a few Anglers doing the same if they don't have a Barrow or are physically less able!!
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    holdall holdall !! Please forgive my Stammer stammer lol
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    Thanks for the replies guys a bit to think about. I took two on Sunday one was a Korum all rouder and the other a Korum double made up rod thingy. Now if they did them two that went together that would be perfect
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    Hi ETEC

    Just had a look at the description of the allrounder and it states the following

    This is from the Korum website

    Designed for the huge number of anglers who do not carry their rods made up, but who are looking for the protection of a padded holdall. Carrying up to five rods or net handles, the Allrounder holdall will carry a huge amount of gear in full security.



    Carries up to five rods. Also suitable for poles.
    Padded protection to keep rods safe
    Internal quiver tip pocket
    External pockets for umbrella / landing net and banksticks
    Adjustable padded shoulder strap and carry handle
    Mark

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    Hi Mark

    In the Korum all rounder I have in one side two tubes one consisting of a 13.5mt pole. then in the other tube I have a spare match kit and a power kit also a cupping kit. That is one side full. Then the other side I have feeder arm. 2 off very long bank sticks and also my landing net pole, then in the brolly pocket I have a broilly. Then in the Korum total protection 2 rod quiver I have 2off made up rods. consisting of a feeder rod and a stick float rod. I could do with another rod but hey. If this was a 3 rod made up with a 3 tube holdall with a brolly pocket and back stick pocket it would be perfect. but they are either too big or too small?

    ETEC
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