For bass, musky, panfish, and even a lot of walleye anglers, the bow of the boat has become the primary fishing position, and bow-mount trolling motors the most vital boat control tool you have. Do-it-youself trolling motor rigging can be a fun and easy process, but there's some importance placement and rigging considerations if you want to get the best performance and overall fit-and-finish. Wired2Fish President Terry Brown shares some timeless and often-missed nuggets of informant that'll help you avoid common rigging pitfalls, and ensure your trolling, whether old of new, performs flawlessly.
Timeless Bow-Mount Trolling Motor Rigging Tips
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