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Trolling motor test drive #14397107 06/18/22 12:45 AM
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I recently purchased a ranger rt-188 and it has a min lotta terrova trolling motor. I like some of the options but just can’t get used to the electronic feel.

I have lowrance electronics but I am not brand loyal.

Is there anywhere a guy could try the ultrex, ghost, force or pro tour? That kind of investment you’d like to try one out.

Thanks in advance!

Re: Trolling motor test drive [Re: lumberjack] #14398298 06/19/22 06:55 PM
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Remote control or foot pedal? If you have I-pilot give it time to grow on you........and I assure you it will.If you have co-pilot step up to i-pilot,you'll be glad you did


That being said I'd think standing at the boat dock with $20 bills might buy you few rides with different trolling motors.Of course make sure they understand exactly what you're negotiating for,embarrassing moments 300 yards offshore could lead to a long swim.

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