Best Carp Fishing Stoves

We all love a cuppa when we are after carp, especially when the weather is cold. But in order to get your kettle boiling, you are going to need the best carp gas stove that you can get your hands on. We are going to show you some really great ideas to ensure you can brew up wherever and whenever you like, and then talk you through what you need to look for. Ours is two sugars… Let’s go.

Fox Cookware Heat Transfer 3200 Stove CCW011
Saber Turbo Gas Stove SCW1
Odoland Camping Cookware Kit with Stove, Outdoor Cooking Set Non Stick Pot and Pans Lightweight Backpacking Hiking Utensil Gear for 1 to 3 People Traveling Trekking and Camping
Fox Cookware Heat Transfer 3200 Stove CCW011
Saber Turbo Gas Stove SCW1
Odoland Camping Cookware Kit with Stove, Outdoor Cooking Set Non Stick Pot and Pans Lightweight Backpacking Hiking Utensil Gear for 1 to 3 People Traveling Trekking and Camping
Weight
320g
210g
620g
Power Output
3200w
3000w
3200w
Fox Cookware Heat Transfer 3200 Stove CCW011
Fox Cookware Heat Transfer 3200 Stove CCW011
Weight
320g
Power Output
3200w
Saber Turbo Gas Stove SCW1
Saber Turbo Gas Stove SCW1
Weight
210g
Power Output
3000w
Odoland Camping Cookware Kit with Stove, Outdoor Cooking Set Non Stick Pot and Pans Lightweight Backpacking Hiking Utensil Gear for 1 to 3 People Traveling Trekking and Camping
Odoland Camping Cookware Kit with Stove, Outdoor Cooking Set Non Stick Pot and Pans Lightweight Backpacking Hiking Utensil Gear for 1 to 3 People Traveling Trekking and Camping
Weight
620g
Power Output
3200w

The Top 8 Best Gas Stoves in 2021

1. Fox Cookware Heat Transfer 3200 Stove

Best Compact Stove for Carp Fishing

If you are looking for something solid and stable, this could be the stove for you. Three steady legs will keep your kettle or pan on an even keel.

The best bit is that you won’t need to waste time looking around for a lighter, just press the ignition system switch under the burner and you are underway.

It will work well with both butane or propane.

It is easy to transport too, the folding legs of the stove fit flush with the body making it ideal for stowing in the corner of a carry bag.

  • Weight: 320g
  • Colour: Black
  • Power output: 3200w

2. Saber Turbo Gas Stove

Best Budget Lightweight Carp Fishing Stove

For an ultra-lightweight stove you won’t go wrong with this choice. It weighs in at just 210g making it the ideal choice for weight saving.

The stove is rather minimalist and actually looks pretty space age. Whether you have it deployed or tucked away, it doesn’t take up much room.

The power output of this stove is really good, especially considering its size.

A feature we really like is the included orange carry case. Often you want a brew when it’s dark and gloomy, so this will be easy to locate amongst the rest of your tackle.

  • Weight: 210g
  • Colour: Silver
  • Power output: 3000w

3. Odoland Camping Cookware Kit

Best Budget Cookware Set for Fishing

Ever heard the phrase ‘everything but the kitchen’ sink? This is what they were talking about. But don’t worry, a lot of gear doesn’t mean you’ll need much space, especially with this. It consists of ten pieces!

It’s an all in one solution.

You’ll have everything you need to ensure you are catered for the day. It includes; a stove, two pots, a cutlery set, a bracket, a mug a protector and two carry bags! For the money that’s a lot of gear!

Whether its brewing up or frying up, you’ll be covered.

  • Weight: 620g
  • Colour: Silver/Grey
  • Power output: 3200w

4. Odoland 3500W Windproof Camping Gas Stove

Best Budget Windproof Stove for Fishing

If the wind is blowing, you’ll want something that is windproof, with the necessary output to still get your kettle up to speed. This stove fits the bill

The output and efficiency of this stove is second to none. The flame is sheltered by an included protective shroud meaning that it is immune to gusts.

This foldable unit comes with two different types of connector as standard, so should burn whichever gas you can get your hands on.

It isn’t the lightest of our range, but it makes up for this with rock solid performance.

For the money it is a really great stove.

  • Weight: 380g
  • Colour: Silver/Orange
  • Power output: 3500w 

5. APG Camping Cookware Bowl Pot Pan Tableware Combination

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Best Compact Stove and Cooking Set for Fishing

It isn’t all about cups of tea. If you are planning a proper session you are going to need to eat too. If you want your own highly portable kitchen inside your bivvy, this could be the solution you’ve been looking for.

Aside from a rock solid and eye-catching stove, you’ll also find a sizeable cooking pot and a small pan to go with it if you choose this set. The pans have great build quality, and the best bit is that they have silicone coated handles, so no burnt fingers!

When the kit is not in use it slots together so is as compact as possible.

Other features include a push button igniter, a control knob to ensure perfect cooking temperature and an insulated sleeve to keep the contents of the cooking pot nice and warm whilst you tuck in.

  • Weight: 540g
  • Colour: Green/Grey
  • Power output: 3000w

6. NGT Carp Fishing & Camping Cutlery Cooking Set

Best Premium All in One Stove and Cooking Set for Fishing

NGT make gear for carp fishermen, so you just know this is going to be good.

You have various options with this kit. We’ll be honest, if you take the lot to the swim it is not the smallest. But the kit is designed to give you everything you need as a portable catering solution. The good news is it comes in a custom-made carry bag… And includes a tea towel!

In this kit you’ll find plates, cutlery, a decent sized kettle, a stove, and a couple of mugs.

The output of the stove is more than enough to get your water boiling in next to no time, and it folds up to be super compact, so you could even take it for shorter sessions.

  • Weight: 220g
  • Colour: Gunmetal
  • Power output: 3000w 

7. Coleman Unisex Firestorm PCS Backpacking Stove

Our Top Pick

Best Carp Gas Stove

As all in one solution go this Coleman stove one of the best stoves for carp fishing that we have seen.

The output of the stove isn’t the highest, but that shouldn’t matter. Provided that you use the supplied cooking pot, you’ll be able to get your water up to temperature in the region of 5 minutes! And you’ll save gas whilst you do it.

As windproof gas stoves go, this is right at the top of our list. It’s specially designed to be used in all conditions and shouldn’t let you down.

A really clever feature is how compact this unit is. When you are transporting it, the pot doubles up as a carry case.

  • Weight: 490g
  • Colour: Red/Silver
  • Power output: 2200w 

8. OPTIMUS Crux Stove

Best Lightweight Stove for Fishing

This stove is the lightest on our list. But it’s still mighty when it comes to the flame department with a wide and strong flame.

When it is not in use the burner folds flat for storage.

It isn’t windproof on its own, but you’ll be pleased to know that to get around this, Optimus have included a shroud which will clip neatly around your gas bottle for ease of transportation.

Using the integrated flow knob, you’ll be able to control the temperature perfectly.

  • Weight: 200g
  • Colour: Black
  • Power output: 3000w

 

Buyers Guide

As you’ll have seen there is a lot of choices when it comes to the best gas stoves. But to make the best choice, there are a few things and some information you need to know. Let’s have a quick run-through.

You’ll need to consider:

The Best Size of Gas Stove for Fishing

Space is a key area that you will always need to consider, or you’ll spend more time carrying gear than you will fishing. Look for models that fold down, or are at the very least compact in order to save space in your bag.

Power Output

It could be argued that the higher the power of a stove, the better it is. Well, yes and no.

Why do we say this?

Well for a start a high-power output leads to higher gas usage, which is going to cost you. Anything from 2000w – 3500w is more than enough. Often lower-powered stoves are better, provided that they have a tight-fitting pan or cooking pot supplied to ensure that the heat isn’t dissipated.

Weight of The Best Fishing Gas Stoves

A few grams here and there actually makes the difference, especially if you are carrying lots of gear. Lightweight carp stoves and all in one solution are the way to go as they save weight and space.

Stability (Low Centre of gravity)

There’s nothing worse than making tea when on the bank, only for your stove to blow over at a critical moment. Look for carp stoves that have stable legs, a low centre of gravity) or have a decent sized pan holder to avoid this happening.

 

Other Features

A degree of wind proofing is always good to see on the best carp fishing stoves. It ensures that your flame stays lit, whilst also allowing the heat to go straight up into your kettle.

Other things you might want to consider, especially with all in one carp fishing stoves are things like handles and covers. They will stop your hands from being burnt and also keep the contents of your cup or pot warm.

 

FAQ

What Is the Best for Fishing?

Well having consulted our carp fishing stove buying guide, we’d have to say that we really love the Coleman PCS Stove. It is stable, windproof, really efficient and it is easy to use. With all of these features, you won’t need anything else.

Which Gas Do I Need?

Carp Stoves run on different fuel. Normally a Butane gas bottle, Propane or a mixture of both. Provided that your adaptor fits the gas bottle, you can use whichever gas canister suits. If you are unsure, look for a stove with multiple adaptors which will fit a wide wide range of gas canisters.

How is The Output Measured?

Stove heat output is measured in Watts, commonly annotated as a ‘w’. It is fairly easy to understand. The higher the Watt rating, the hotter the flame burns. We recommend anything between 2000 – 3500 Watts in order to ensure that you aren’t waiting an age for your coffee.

In Summary

The best carp gas stoves will be portable, lightweight and with enough firepower to heat water relatively quickly. Additional things such as plates and included cups are always nice too. There’s nothing nicer than a brew whilst on a carp fishing trip, especially when the bites are slow. Now, where did we put the biscuits…

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