Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by Richard E, Oct 9, 2017.
I have seen many different dolly/carriers used to transport boats into lakes. All of which were pushed. I often wondered why no one uses a Rickshaw type of carrier to pull their boat. Seems to me that it would be easier to pull a carrier with large bicycle wheels and the oars could be used for the handles. Any thoughts on this? I use a supercat so I back pack my tube in. Tom
That is a novel idea, although I'm a little old to do much of that anymore, lol.
I had exactly the same thought. My dad built a “buck” carrier we were going to use to haul our deer back to camp. It was aluminum pipe frame with bicycle tires that you pulled rather than push. (Couldn’t find a deer to shoot).
So did you try dragging it down there yet? Inquiring minds would like to know.
So I dragged my pram with a friend into Lenice again today. It was a bear going in, much easier coming back. It is difficult to get the dolly I have adjusted well under the boat and then it wants to move around on the dolly and kept slipping off. Despite being strapped on. Fishing was reasonable as well. Lots of indications from my indicator.
You be one modest dude!