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C-TUG

Make & Model

Brand:
C Tug
Model:
C Tug Trolley
MSRP ($):
169.95

Kayak anglers looking for a versatile cart for carrying their large heavy fishing kayaks need to check out the "C-TUG". The C-TUG adjusts for us on multiple different kayak hull types and holds up to 300 lbs. This cart quickly dismantles and will fit in the bow hatch of most kayaks and has puncture free wheels that will never get a flat. 

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Excellent cart

I've used the C-tug all summer and love it. It's so simple to use and makes loading and unloading at the ramp so easy. I would've given it a 5 star rating but the strap buckles that come with it are not very good. They tend to slip and the kayak slides off. I swapped out the original straps with a cam strap tie down buckle. Works like a charm.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Ease of use, durable
Cons:
Bad strap buckles
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C Tug Cart

I have had this cart for the better part of a year. It has been used and abused and still is ready for more action. My trips from the truck to the water are typically not long so I don't have a long trek to speak of. My typical trips are over roots, dirt, leaves etc. For these purposes the C Tug works great. If you are a beach launcher, there are sidewinder add ons for the wheels that make sand traveling much easier. I cannot speak of those as I do not surf launch.

While the cart is awesome for my uses, I only gave the cart 4 stars due to the straps. The straps from the factory definitely leave a lot to be desired. The design of the straps make it very hard to cinch the straps down tight.

All in all the C Tug is a great cart, but could be made much better with different straps from the company.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Durability, ease of use, breakdown size
Cons:
Straps
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