A home built Surf fishing cart. Yes it's gonna rust, but a modicum of maintenance and it will last for years.

made one with more rod holders and a cutting board
how are the tires in the sand?
Very nice in South Africa we make them out of old golf carts but this one can load more. Well done.
nice....how much costs this trailer to buy it so I can modified it? In Greece we don't use these trailers
its not a trailer per say its just an ordinary kids wagon they come in less-sturdy plastic too a toy store mught have it if not online
Ooh nice I think im going to make one of these and mod it for a bicycle trailer because the nearest fishing spot to me is 2 miles away ! lol
My brother did basically the same thing but he used a landscapers cart with really wide tires. He didn't cap the bottom of the tubes or drill them, he used t-fittings and drilled threw the connecting pole and he put a slot in each tube for the reel to slip into. He also used the pvc tubes to make pole holders that attach to the front of his truck.. very nice instruc!
NJice Idea and nice workmanship but it will never roll across the sand! On peirs and such it will be fine but you need WIDE tires to move across sand. Even the ones on the cooler used wiould be too narrow. Try Harbor freight for cheap inflateable wheels on sale this week 4.00 ea

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