do you put the trailer into the water when loading or slide them off the back? If you slide them on and off without the trailer being somewhat submerged, do find the sharp ends on the PVC pipe provide a bit of a challenge vs. something with more a bevel to it?
I haven't had the opportunity to get in the water since picking the trailer up Friday. I will be fishing this weekend since I'm off for the holiday. I'm hoping the weather will be decent. My original thought was to just back the trailer down the ramp to the water's edge like I do the truck and just slide the PA off the back of the trailer like the back of the tailgate. If I were to submerge the trailer, I'd need to tie one of my boat ropes to the front handle to pull the PA back to me.
In my lake I'm usually only taking one PA, so using the trailer to off load just one will be some new steps. I had rounded off the edges of the PVC with a handheld sander when I used the PVC for the storage racks. So far no issues, but only time will tell. The PAs do sit lower on the trailer than the bed of the truck, so that's a plus.
I will probably end up adding carpet to the PVC.