Building a fishing trolley is a solution to a problem I began to experience some years back.
My asthma had gotten worse. It was starting to affect how I fished. I built this to make it easier.
It worked out well for me so I decided to share my own fishing trolley or fishing cart in the hope it might help others.
- For people who are disabled, elderly or have breathing conditions.
- The ability to carry bulky equipment like rods, tackle box, cooler (aka “Eski”) easily.
- Carrying gear over a long distance.
- Something to sit on while soaking bait.
- Somewhere to store bait, drinks and lunch for long sessions on a pier or riverbank.
This step by step guide is how I built mine. You can build one like it, or use it to inspire your own unique fishing trolley.
While this article’s about building a fishing trolley there’s something to be said for not carrying to much gear. That’s for sure.
That’s what I’m sharing with you here. It’s my solution. I’ve borrowed from fishing carts and seen people use on piers and beaches. Watched videos people have uploaded. Looked at commercial solutions.