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Jon Boat Trolling Motor Bracket for Bow or Stern

   

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This tough DuPont® nylon/fiberglass bracket allows anglers to mount a trolling motor without having to weld blocks to their flat-bottom boat. The Trolling Motor Bracket fits into the bow or stern handle of your jon boat for quick and easy removal or application. Angle is easily adjusted when in the bow-mounted position. To remove bracket, simply lift it out of the handle. Accommodates up to 35 lb. thrust trolling motors. Shaft hole: 2-1/2" diameter.

  • Nylon and fiberglass construction
  • Fits into the bow or stern handle of your jon boat
  • Easy on/off
  • For use with up to 35-lb. thrust trolling motors
Jon Boat Trolling Motor Bracket for Bow or Stern 2.2 5 23 23
Performs as promised! I was very pleased with this product, as it solved the problem of repeatedly securing the trolling motor to my boat during each trip. It appears to flex, which I found is helpful when I hit logs etc....Only drawback is that there are no directions with the product, but it is not hard to figure out. May 7, 2006
Trolling motor mount my boat has a lip on it and I have to hammer it down into the handle. The trolling motor also rocks the bracket back and forth when I use more than minimum power. The bracket is in the handle tight, the bracket just has a lot of give in it. April 18, 2006
scared I bought this product to keep from having to drill holes in my boat. I'm constantly worried that it will fall off the front handle of my boat. March 29, 2006
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I want a spot in the front to mount a portable fish finder
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Yes, this will fit iwith n the handles of the Pelican Pontoon Boat on the front of the back of the boat.
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