Best Trolling Motor Battery Reviews

10 Best Trolling Motor Batteries [Guide]

Electric trolling motors run on marine deep-cycle batteries. You probably knew that already, but it’s not as simple as taking any battery from a shelf. To make sure the battery you choose is compatible with your motor, expectations and intended usage, there are several things you need to take into consideration: capacity voltage weight and size deep cycle or cold cranking maintenance build technology In this review of the top trolling motor batteries, you’ll learn how to choose the most suitable battery based on your specific needs. Let’s start!

Best Remote Control Trolling Motors

5 Best Remote Control Trolling Motors Review & Guide

You already know what an electric trolling motor is, but have you heard of remote control trolling motors? These innovative motors make a fisherman’s job much-much easier by allowing for remote control of the boat. And there is more! The best RC systems in actually automate steering and thrust control using GPS coordinates, so a fisherman can fish without having to control the boat. Let’s dive into how they work and which ones are good.

Lightweight Trolling Motor Batteries

Lightweight Trolling Motor Batteries

Trolling motor batteries can get heavy. If you want to keep the weight of your gear to a minimum, your battery is a good place to start. Choosing a lightweight trolling motor battery is important for kayakers and inflatable boaters looking to cut back on the overall weight of their gear. Pontoon boat owners with more powerful motors that need 24V or 36V batteries will also benefit from lighter batteries. The compromise? With AGM batteries, it is power capacity. Light AGM batteries will store less energy, meaning that their Amp Hour (Ah) rating will be lower than that of larger …

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55 Lb thrust Trolling Motors

Best 55lb thrust electric trolling motors

For most people looking to buy a motor for their inflatable boats, 55lb thrust trolling motors are an ideal pick. Why? Trolling motors thrust weaker than 55lbs will struggle when the weather turns against us or the boat is overloaded Stronger than 55lb thrust motors are more expensive, require more battery power, and are only a necessity if the joint weight of the boat + load is over 2000 lbs / 900 kg or if the boat is longer than 16 feet. Electric trolling motors with 55lb of thrust are perfect for inflatable boats, kayaks, and fishing boats. Top 55lb …

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Trolling Motors For Intex Inflatable Boats

Trolling motors for Intex inflatable rafts

If you already have an Intex inflatable boat or are looking to get one soon, getting an electric trolling motor is a great upgrade. An Intex raft paired with a motor opens up a lot of possibilities out on the water and is a lot of fun for kids and adults alike: fishing is made so much easier without the need for handling the oars, kids love cruising with a motorized boat, paddling is hard with many people in the boat. This article will list the best electric trolling motors for Intex inflatable boats (Mariner, Excursion, Seahawk, Challenger), and answer …

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Gasoline outboard motors for inflatable boats [Guide]

If you have an inflatable dinghy with a keel and a fixed transom, you might want to skip the electric trolling motor and invest in a gasoline-powered outboard motor. Unlike electric trolling motors, outboard motors can make your boat go fast. You’ll be able to get your boat on plane, which is always a thrill.

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