Big Foot® Trolling Motor Foot Switch
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- Fits hand-operated 12V or 12/24V trolling motors
- Two foot switches in one
- Foot- or hand-activated on/off lever
Designed to fit all hand-operated 12V or 12/24V trolling motors, this trolling motor foot switch is equipped with two switches in one: momentary and on/off, has a foot or hand-activated on/off lever and comes with 32’’ heavy-duty marine wiring. Recommended and used by Tommy Martin, professional bass angler and fishing guide. Installation and wiring required.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 44
Rated 4 out of 5 by BobW3 Good Value
I have used a bigfoot switch for years, and actively sought this one (my third) when #2 began to run hot and get balky after three years of regular salt water use. The trolling motor is my only propulsion on a fishing kayak, so it probably sees 100-200 ons and offs per session. Bass Pro was by far the best buy, about 2/3rds the price of some other sources.
October 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by wilty best switch
As a full time fishing guide, I have found these switches to out last all others.. I have used them for years, And will continue to use these on my boat...
August 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by buddyison Just what I needed
I installed a trolling motor on the bow of my two man boat and had to use the hand control to guide the motor ( inconveniant ). The Big Foot eliminated the problem I was having . Thanks
May 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by jr43 A good rugged switch
I have had a bigfoot switch for a few years and needed two more high amp switches for another boat. Got two more last month and they seem to be the same quality as before. One of them has been used for 12 volt 30 amps for a continuous 4-5 hours without a problem with overheating or anything.
I've read many times it is important to install on the negative, so I do, and have had no problems.
My only small issue I am having with one of the newer switches is a sticky button cap. The lever works fine, but the plastic shield that protects the rubber button is sticking a bit. When I take my foot of the trolling motor control, it is not stopping instantly every time. Most times it is instant, but on occasion it is sticking on up to maybe 2 seconds. I think it will wear in - if not I will have a look at it and shave a little plastic off the inside. It is not the type of thing I would return a product over, unless I could not fix it myself.
April 20, 2013
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