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Protect an Active Target or Livescope Transducer with Auto Stow #13821017 12/27/20 03:53 PM
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Ever worry that your $$$ forward shooting sonar transducer will get smashed on the trolling motor mount when it isn't stowed correctly? Are you picky about which side the prop goes on your trolling motor,, inside or out? Hydrowave speaker or external transducer rigged on one side of the trolling motor head? If you are in the market for a new trolling motor or the latest in marine electronics technology, you need to watch this video. The Lowrance Ghost trolling motor has a feature that enables you to adjust the "Auto Stow" which will make the trolling motor head automatically turn to a selected position which can save you a lot of headaches and money in the future.


Re: Protect an Active Target or Livescope Transducer with Auto Stow [Re: Clark Reehm] #13836949 01/08/21 01:47 AM
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