We've all had it happen, we get on the water only to find that our batteries are inadequately charged to take on the kind of fishing day we had in mind. We either limp through or are dead in the water - pretty much fighting it in either case. The culprit is often a poor charge resulting from a low quality extension cord that failed to deliver the necessary electricity to the batteries. Elite Series pro Terry Scroggins discusses the importance of using a 100' heavy gauge extension cord whenever you're on the road.
Importance of Extension Cords in Charging Boats
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