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cavie posted 11-06-2001 07:49 PM ET (US)   Profile for cavie   Send Email to cavie  
does anyone have a great trolling motor that is new. i need one for my 99 montack and would really love some up dated input into it before i buy. i am looking at the minn kota 55# bow mount, but would like to hear from some other montack owners with one. i need one quick the trout are in the river.
JBCornwell posted 11-06-2001 08:08 PM ET (US)     Profile for JBCornwell  Send Email to JBCornwell     
Howdy Cavie. My son uses a Minn-Kota Power Drive on a quick remove mount on his Montauk.

I use a Minn-Kota Auto Pilot on a quick remove mount on my Montauk.

In both cases we use the motors to maneuver and position the boats on lakes and slow rivers to cast to structure for bass, walleye, pike and muskies.

Hope that helps.

Red sky at night. . .
JB :)

cavie posted 11-06-2001 09:28 PM ET (US)     Profile for cavie  Send Email to cavie     
jb what amount of thrust and shaft lt and does the quick mount come with those. what is the cost and where can i buy one.
Bigshot posted 11-08-2001 11:39 AM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
What is a Montack:)
JBCornwell posted 11-08-2001 12:45 PM ET (US)     Profile for JBCornwell  Send Email to JBCornwell     
Hi, Cavie.
Both motors are 12V, 40lb on 48" shafts.
The Power Drive was about $300 and the Auto Pilot was more, about $530.

The quick remove mounts were just under $40.

It all came from Cabelas.

Red sky at night. . .

JB :)

whalertim posted 11-09-2001 08:15 AM ET (US)     Profile for whalertim  Send Email to whalertim     
I have been playing we/ the idea of installing a trolling Motor on my Montauk for quite some time, but I dont want to drill any holes in her. I guess my only option is to get a stern mount. Any ideas?
Barnett Childress posted 11-10-2001 08:29 AM ET (US)     Profile for Barnett Childress  Send Email to Barnett Childress     
I mounted a 24V/60# thrust 50" Pinpoint on the bow of my Montauk. Installed the batteries in the console with a quick disconnect twist lock plug & a 50A breaker. This motor has built in transducers and allows mounting a sonar at the bow with out additional wiring. I mounted an identical sonar at the console that has the transducer at the stern. The setup works like a system where you can see any transducer from either display. You can also disconnect the foot pedal and stow it away. Unit has automatic shore, creek, and depth track and has worked great. I love it.
Bigshot posted 11-13-2001 03:12 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
Tim I used a buds 36lb stern mount and it was OK. You have plenty of room but no reverse with that tiny thing, especially in any current. I opted for a 5hp yamaha instead.

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