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Fishing Tackle Storage FAQ

Fishing tackle storage most frequently asked questions 

Q: Why is this unit suitable for fishing tackle storage? 

A: This particular unit has extra height, allowing full size pole bags to be stored and the facility for net hooks. A vented roof allows condensation and bad smells to escape.

Q: Why has the unit only got one door?

A: A single central door allows you to use sides for extra storage items such as net hooks and shelves.

Q: Why is this better than keeping my gear in my wooden shed with the lawn mower?

A: Security!  If you have a few thousand pounds of gear, then a metal shed with a 3 point locking system should help to deter thieves.

Q: Fishing tackle is wet. Will my shed rust?

A: No The Asgard Fishing Tackle Store is made from galvanized steel with a 10 year rustproof guarantee*

Q: The fishing store looks huge!! Can I build it myself?

A: We would recommend that 2 people build a unit of this size. Asgard also offer a shed installation service if you are unsure.

Q: The fishing tackle storage product page indicates a level base is required. Can I not just use my lawn?

A: No. This is a precision engineered product. If the ground is not level the doors and locks may not operate smoothly.

Q: Why is the fishing store roof angled?

A: The most common pace to put this unit is against a wall.This angled roof keeps the rain away from the wall behind the unit, helping to stopp mold and damp building up.

Q: Can I seeo ne of these fishing equipment stores before I buy?

A: Yes you can come to our factory in Bradford to see them in our storage area, though we don't have a dedicated showroom environment. Please ring before you visit. As our offices are often unmanned.

Q: What is the difference between the two different sizes of tackle store?

A: Easy! Both are the same tough construction, though one is LPCB approved, which may reduce your insurance premiums. It's personal choice and depends on how much your equipment is worth.

See our Fishing Tackle Storage page here.