Beach Roller | Lake Weed Remover
Beach Weed Roller | Aquatic Weed Removal Tool
The Beach Roller from Weeders Digest uses the same concept as our Lake Groomer except it is a hand held tool and much smaller. The Beachroller cleans a 2-foot wide path as it moves along the bottom. It has a 20-foot long handle to maneuver it over a large area. As it moves along the bottom of the lake, it cuts and pulls weeds out by their roots.
When you're done you can rake in and collect the weeds with one of our lake weed & beach rakes. We highly recommend Rake Zilla because it is designed to rake, skim weeds off the surface and scoop up piles to be hauled away. (learn more about RakeZilla)
The Beach Roller Specs:
- Roller Head: 2 ft wide
- Handle: Includes four handle sections for a total of 20-ft when they are all connected.
- Handle Material: Aluminum
- Weight: 19 lbs
The Beach Roller is simple to use:
- Put the roller in the water.
- Let the roller fill with water and sink to the lake bottom.
- Push the Beach Roller along the lake bottom.
- The rollers 6 ripping blades cut and pull up weeds and muck.
- Repeat until your beach area is clean.
Top reasons to use the Beach Roller:
- Removes undesirable weeds and muck from lake bottom.
- Simple and easy to use.
- Cuts AND pulls weeds out by the root.
- Loosen and removes the mud on the bottom.
- Gets down to the hard bottom, so you can use your beach.
- No power required.
- No permit required.
- Portable - use in all areas and depths other tools miss.
- No expensive and harmful chemicals are used.
- No maintenance required.
- Easy to move or store when not in use.
- Made locally in the U.S.A.
Removing the entire plant is important because weeds will not grow back because they are truly gone. The Beach Roller will also work to stop weeds from taking root along with stirring up sediment from the bottom of your beach which is beneficial to getting rid of muck. Watch the video of the Beach Roller to see it in action! If you are interested in a more automated solution don't forget to check out our Lake Groomer. If you are trying to get rid of lake muck, then you have to see our Aqua Thruster.
We’ve had the roller for about 2 weeks now and have used it almost everyday. We’ve seen a big difference in the lake bottom by our beach. We don’t have much of a current though so use another rake to remove the muck after we roll. Highly recommend
Really breaking up muck and getting to bottom for better swimming area.
Seems to work great. Heavily weeded areas needed two passes.
What an a great find. So much better then pulling all those nasty weeds. Wish I would hav discovered this much sooner, then I would not have put my back out of place. Thank you Beach Roller for peace of mind.
Super easy to out together and use. I use it daily and after just one time I can see the difference.
Was easy to assemble, easy to use, fast shipping.
The customer service received was tremendous. We were very impressed with the results after two days of use. Highly recommend.
We had been using a landscape rake to keep the weeds down but it was a losing battle. The first pass with the Beach Roller took me 3 days to do my 120' of bulkhead and all around my 2 docks. I had to clean the roller every other time I pushed it out, but after that it got to be a lot less work. After using once daily I had no weeds and a sandy bottom after ten days. I've been using it once every 2 or 3 days now and after 4 weeks I have a hard packed sandy bottom. The Beach Roller got rid of the weeds and the muck and without the use of chemicals. I do reccomend it for those in good shape or those wanting to get that way. I wish a hard cover was offered for it as it has very sharp teeth. Bottom line is it works and I feel it was money well spent.
I learned about this product from my neighbor who had been to a boat show. I went online and found it at Weeders Digest. The Beachroller arrived quickly and was easy to assemble (except for one hole in the pvc that wasn't completely open - I carved it out with an exacto blade). It took about 20 minutes. A friend gave me a tip to put all the bolts in the handle going in the same direction, to avoid his mistake. The direction sheet could be better; it has very small print & the photos are not not clear against the yellow background. The Beachroller performed well, pulling in unbelievable amounts of thick dense weeds carpeting the bottom. I wore rubberized gardening gloves to remove the mat of weeds from the roller. I used this in combination with a lake rake to collect weeds that floated on the surface. After letting the weeds dry out some on the shore, I hauled them to the compost pile. To keep your lake in decent condition & be a good neighbor, don't put them back in a deeper part of the lake or on to your neighbor's. Now that the big mass of weeds is out it should be pretty easy to maintain the lake bottom. My wishes for this product include: 1. a way to fold the handle when not in use, and 2. a cover. (My neighbor made his out of a large accordion drain pipe that he cut in half & hinged.) P.S. I am an almost-70 year old woman and had no problem assembling and operating it.