Most bass fisherman have struggled with hard to deploy and stow trolling motors, mainly due to shear weight, and lack of an assist mechanism. Elite Series pro John Crews shows us a nifty add-on device that reduces the weight of the trolling motor by around 50%. He also reveals a product that greatly reduces the vibration and shake given off by the trolling motor. Reduced shake certainly makes a bow mount more pleasant to operate, but likely translates into less spooked fish which means more bites.
2 Accessories to Improve Trolling Motors
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