Kicker engines are extremely useful for many boating situations. They serve as a great backup if you have main engine issues; this is especially important on big water or remote locations. If you're a troller and have a large primary outboard, kickers allow you to troll much slower, run quieter, and consume a fraction of the fuel while saving expensive hours on the big motor. Wired2Fish's Scott Glorvigen provides some good information on choosing the proper kicker engine shaft length given the transom heighth of your boat.
How to Select Kicker Engines
Wired2Fish Top Stories
How to Fish Football Jigs for Summer BassA football jig is a top presentation during the summer months. Here's how to work this deadly presentation over hard bottom areas.
Wired2FishYesterday at 6:09 AM
Find the Edge for Better Bass FishingFishing grass line edges becomes more important in fluctuating water levels.
Wired2FishWednesday at 8:00 PM
How to Organize Rods on Bass Boat DecksIf you're tired of stumbling through a mess of tangled rods, then this video is for you.
Wired2FishWednesday at 3:53 AM
How Caps Enhance Trucks for the OutdoorsKyle Peterson shows us how a truck cap enhances the utility of his pickup when fishing and hunting.
Wired2FishSunday at 6:23 PM
Finding Productive Summertime PointsProfessional angler Gerald Swindle shares some excellent pointers that will help you quickly identify the most productive main-lake points throughout the summer months.