Fish-N-Mate Jr. 105 Cart
|Weight||Rod Holder||Cooler Size||Tire Size||Price|
|17 lb.||5 Rod Holder||1 - 36-48 qt. Cooler||4'' x 14''||$184.95 USD|
This newest model cart is just 10" shorter and 2" narrower than the original Fish-n-Mate. Non-corrosive aluminum tube construction, breaks down for those tight loads and weighs only 17 lbs.! Light yet strong and counter-balanced for carrying lots of gear. Great for the beach or pier, home or garden.
- Food grade accepted cutting board with removable bait bucket
- Stabilizer legs
- Inflatable 4" x 14" pneumatic tires
- Five (5) rods & reels
- One (1) 36 - 48 qt. ice cooler
- One (1) small sized tackle box
Lake worth, Florida
January 27, 2015
Very we'll put together and very convenient easy for me to transfer my stuff
It was what I expected
September 18, 2014
The cart fits my needs for room for gear and is easy to breakdown to fit into the truck with all of my other gear to go down south. Tires are large and the cart is easy to pull.
very nice cart
November 2, 2012
sturdy and well built, a little bigger than I expected, but lots of space to customize
Prosbig, well built
By Ron D.
October 7, 2012
this cart sure saves my energy for casting instead of using it for carying.Other fishermen ask me about it every time i go to the beach.
Proslight weight and can be pulled through loose sand without much effort.
Consi wish the frame on the bottom was tighter so smaller items could be placed there
4 Questions & 4 Answers
from Tulsa, OK asked:
October 23, 2016
What are the height dimensions?
The dimensions are as followed. - inside frame 9"X 14.5"X 34" - outside frame 10"X 20"X 38" - outside frame 17"X 25"X 38"
on October 25, 2016
from salisbury,nc asked:
March 29, 2014
can you put a front wheel on this cart??????? what is the size dimensions??
No you can not put a wheel in the front it is not designed for that. The dimensions are 16'' by 36'' and can fit a 36-48 qt cooler.
on March 29, 2014
from l. springs, n.j. asked:
January 12, 2014
is this all aluminum construction?
Yes, All products are constructed of marine-grade anodized aluminum tubing providing light weight and high strength. All hardware is marine-grade stainless steel to provide years of trouble free service.
on January 12, 2014
from Audubon, NJ asked:
November 24, 2012
how many rod holders are there?
on November 26, 2012