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Old 30-06-2017, 08:34
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I was thinking of getting the korum roving kit. Anyone got it and is it worth it? Is the chair comfy?
I would say you are better spending a bit more and buying separate chair, quiver and rucksack
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Old 30-06-2017, 09:04
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Stuart, who makes Amorim, can't find it on the a web ?
A Korum Cliff, must have had too much coffee when I typed that
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Old 30-06-2017, 09:20
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Another vote for the Thinking Anglers rucksack, the slim quiver is also a good piece of kit
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Old 30-06-2017, 14:16
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I would say you are better spending a bit more and buying separate chair, quiver and rucksack
To be honest I don't really need it but like the way the chair clips to the bag. I might just replace my chair for something a bit more comfortable.
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Old 30-06-2017, 19:26
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I've one of these, on its 3rd year, zips still perfect, still totally waterproof, very comfy, can't fault it, 35 notes http://m.gooutdoors.co.uk/ngt-xpr-mu...cksack-p394467
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Old 01-07-2017, 19:10
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Hi Stephen
I've lost count at the amount of bags I have but in answer to your original question check out the KORUM TACTICAL BAG.
two main pockets plus a glasses or bits pocket and a small front pocket.
Yes it is a small rucksack, absolutely perfect for roving and stalking.
It holds a nice box for all your end bits, other stuff I carry, drinks, food, camera, torch and plenty of bait.
Next time you are at THROOP give me a call and I will show you this bag.
Brian.
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Old 01-07-2017, 21:20
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Hi Stephen
I've lost count at the amount of bags I have but in answer to your original question check out the KORUM TACTICAL BAG.
two main pockets plus a glasses or bits pocket and a small front pocket.
Yes it is a small rucksack, absolutely perfect for roving and stalking.
It holds a nice box for all your end bits, other stuff I carry, drinks, food, camera, torch and plenty of bait.
Next time you are at THROOP give me a call and I will show you this bag.
Brian.
Hi Bri,
I'm off the tools this week training people so I'm here, there everywhere although I may be on the fishery for an hour here or there. Rather fixated on a fat Barbel I've discovered on a different fishery at present (frustrating fish).
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Old 04-07-2017, 09:08
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I've currently and have for the last few years used an over the shoulder bag. Trouble is over a mile or two the disbalanced effect makes it pretty uncomfortable. So I'm looking to switch to a back pack style, anyone got any suggestions? I don't want to take the whole house with me but enough tackle to switch method or replace crack offs etc.
I was in the exact same situation, and then discovered the Aqua roving rucksack.
Lies flat on a hard, waterproof base. The whole back panel unzips so no rummaging around, lots of pockets and a removable divider/tackle tray and zip up pouches ( never used them with mine ).
Grab handles top and tail for hoofing it into the car, straps for a mat ( they say brolly/bivvy! ) and some zipped internal pockets for items that need to be kept secure such as keys, phone, permits etc.
Very, very comfortable to carry even with a full load. Big enough to take whatever you need, small enough to be viable as a short session bag.

Yes it's a carp rucksack and no it isn't cheap. But...after a summer and autumm of barbel fishing and a winter pike fishing, I have yet to break anything. And I have a talent for breaking the unbreakable
No broken buckles, no fraying straps, no jammed zips.
Cannot praise it enough.
My old man ( who is notoriously tight ) spent 5 minutes playing with it when I had it, 2 days later he had one turn up.

My ultimate river bag. I'd better buy another one or two before they discontinue them..
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Old 04-07-2017, 09:40
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Brian, there is a Youtube demonstration on the Korum Tactical Bag,looks a well thought out smaller bag.
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Old 04-07-2017, 15:47
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Cheers Mark, I will have a look at that.
Brian.
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