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AJacks 06-23-2018 06:14 AM

Now trolling motor
Just bought a Minn Kota endura C2 30 for my pontoon. Does anyone have any experience with this particular motor? Wonder what your thoughts and suggestions would be

GoWhtSox 06-23-2018 08:11 AM

What do you mean? Should be good. I use a wheelchair battery for mine. Lasts full day or more if you are using it to get from spot to spot.

AZ FISHING GUIDES 06-23-2018 07:39 PM

Plug and play! You may want to invest in a deep cycle marine battery.

AzMandella 06-26-2018 07:12 AM

Here is what I use for my Minn Kota Endura Max.

GoWhtSox 06-26-2018 12:12 PM

I use that same battery

AJacks 06-26-2018 01:49 PM

I appreciate the recommendations

GoWhtSox 06-26-2018 07:38 PM

Remember once you mount a motor need license for boat if on non rez lakes. Even pontoons.

AJacks 06-26-2018 08:21 PM

Iíve owned the boat for years but just got a motor for it. I donít have any of the paperwork for it still... guess Iíll go By the AZGFD office and see if I can register it

AzMandella 06-28-2018 10:47 AM


Originally Posted by GoWhtSox (Post 172209)
Remember once you mount a motor need license for boat if on non rez lakes. Even pontoons.

You now have to have a Rez license even if you don't have a motor .

Sasquatch 07-10-2018 10:44 AM

The advantage of the wheel chair batteries is weight and they charge fast. However, they have a low amp hour (typically 35ah). Prior to Last season I bought an everstart 24ms at Walmart for $60.00 and it has 1000ca and 135ah. I keep it on a maintainer, use it a lot and it will go 2 days with a minimal amount of trolling. My buddy has carpal tunnel so he trolls almost exclusively. He spent $180 on a Trojan and can go 2 days as well. An interesting thing he did with that model trolling motor is he wired a remote control up front. Steers with his flippers and never reaches back.
We don't like getting stuck in the wind with a low battery.

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