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#11752728 - 08/01/16 08:37 AM Trolling motor mount HELP PLEASE
txhighcaliber Offline
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I'm going to mount a trolling motor on my 19' stoner skiff and need help on how to mount this off the bow. Not sure how I can do it with the nose the way it is. Any help is appreciated.


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#11753803 - 08/01/16 06:06 PM Re: Trolling motor mount HELP PLEASE [Re: txhighcaliber]
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Custom mount done by a welder/fab shop that has aluminum.

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#11753891 - 08/01/16 07:02 PM Re: Trolling motor mount HELP PLEASE [Re: txhighcaliber]
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+1 on a fab shop. It may not be cheap but it will do what you need. Shop rates are probably around $100/hr. A good fib guy should be able to crank one out in an hour or so if you give him a drawing to work from.

I would also look for an owners group and ask questions there.
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#11755285 - 08/02/16 03:19 PM Re: Trolling motor mount HELP PLEASE [Re: txhighcaliber]
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What trolling motor are you looking at installing? I might have a connection that can help.
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#11755295 - 08/02/16 03:32 PM Re: Trolling motor mount HELP PLEASE [Re: txhighcaliber]
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He's looking for a mount, not a plug.
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#11756628 - 08/03/16 11:16 AM Re: Trolling motor mount HELP PLEASE [Re: Bob Landry]
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Originally Posted By: Bob Landry
He's looking for a mount, not a plug.


Wow!!! Just so happens that I work with an aluminum fabricator that can fabricate whatever he is looking for. Thought that may be helpful to him as his rates are cheaper than what you posted. I asked about the TM to get an idea of what he was planning on using to come up with some possible ideas.
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#11756788 - 08/03/16 01:00 PM Re: Trolling motor mount HELP PLEASE [Re: txhighcaliber]
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I'm not sure a trolling motor would even work well with that hull, since there appears to be no true nose to slice through the water. I might be wrong though, first boat I've seen like that. I'd go to the saltwater forum and ask those guys.

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#11757624 - 08/03/16 08:35 PM Re: Trolling motor mount HELP PLEASE [Re: grout-scout]
fe1 Offline
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Originally Posted By: grout-scout
I'm not sure a trolling motor would even work well with that hull, since there appears to be no true nose to slice through the water. I might be wrong though, first boat I've seen like that. I'd go to the saltwater forum and ask those guys.


A tm will work. Many flat bottom boats with a square front has tmotors including mine.
BlueNitro has some vast experience in Tmotor mounts, lend him an ear.

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#11757792 - 08/03/16 10:07 PM Re: Trolling motor mount HELP PLEASE [Re: fe1]
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Originally Posted By: fe1
Originally Posted By: grout-scout
I'm not sure a trolling motor would even work well with that hull, since there appears to be no true nose to slice through the water. I might be wrong though, first boat I've seen like that. I'd go to the saltwater forum and ask those guys.


A tm will work. Many flat bottom boats with a square front has tmotors including mine.
BlueNitro has some vast experience in Tmotor mounts, lend him an ear.



Good deal.

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