Rebate Minn Kota® Edge Freshwater Bow-Mount Trolling Motors

   

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45

36"

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Foot Control

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Bow Mount

12

45

45"

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Foot Control

Type:
Bow Mount

12

45

45"

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Hand Control

Type:
Bow Mount

12

55

45"

Description:
Foot Control

Type:
Bow Mount

12

55

52"

Description:
Foot Control

Type:
Bow Mount

12

55

52"

Description:
Hand Control

Type:
Bow Mount

24

70

45"

Description:
Foot Control

Type:
Bow Mount
  • Rock-Solid Mount Design
  • Tempered, marine-grade, anodized-aluminum construction
  • Indestructible composite shaft – guaranteed for life
  • Latch and door design for easy removal
  • Positive rear stow latch
  • Pull grip stows on shaft yoke
  • Extended motor rest for hassle-free stowing versatility
Featuring an ultra-tough, marine-grade anodized aluminum spine and an impact-resistant composite head, the Minn Kota Edge Bow-Mount Trolling Motor's rock-solid mount design delivers the unrelenting thrust and rugged, dependable construction that takes trolling motor performance to the edge—and keeps it there—until the livewell is full and the scales are in your favor! Manufacturer's two-year warranty.

Redesigned Motor Head
Constructed of highly impact-resistant, hybrid composite material for unmatched durability. Now with a hi-vis directional indicator (on foot control models only).

Edge Mount
Built with uncompromising strength, the Edge Mount's extruded, anodized aluminum arm runs right down the center.

Latch & Door Design
Designed for easy removal from the mount. Soft grip knob.

Tilt Twist Tiller
Available on hand control models, the natural ergonomic grip gives you the ultimate in hands-on control for speed and steering. Multi-position handle.

NOTE: 45 lb. edge comes with the Minn Kota Power Prop.
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Terrible Customer Service I bought this trolling motor in September 2011 (today is May 25, 2012) and yesterday the motor started making a loud whining/grinding nose when taking a client striped bass fishing. I checked the prop to make sure that nothing had broken or got clogged around the propeller. Called Bass pro who referred me to calling Minn Kota 1-800 customer service number. The person that I spoke to from Minn Kota was very unhelpful and unwilling to listen to me and my complaint. They automatically assumed that I had taken the trolling motor apart and manipulated it (?) They told me that the only thing that is warranted is the motor for 2 years. NOTHING ELSE!!!! Thankfully a bass pro associate told me of the local Minn Kota authorized repair site. The fella at the site told me that part located on the motor had failed. I have to pay out of my pocket to get it fixed plus unable to take scheduled clients striped bass fishing. I will never buy Minn Kota products again or never suggest them to any body because of this experience. A product failing at 8 months with regular use says a bit about quality and durability. When this one breaks again, I'm getting a motor guide. May 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by great product so far , I am enjyinh this purchase I think it is going to be great May 22, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by good for the money bought an edge 45, a couple years ago, i abuse the heck out of it and it never skips a beat, the direction indicator wont stay accurate, i fix it once in a while but it never stays right, other than that its bulletproof April 2, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Motor Blew on third use Not sure if I got a bad motor or not but the motor blew after the third use, started making weird noises and lost a lot of power. It has a lot of power out of the box for a 45 and is user friendly but I am going to upgrade to a maxxum on my return. March 20, 2012
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What is the recommended battery size for the Edge 65/45?

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65# thrust would require 24 volts.
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Hi, thank you for your question. Per Minn Kota, "Our motors do not take any specific plug for them. Any plug that is sufficient for the voltage of the motor will work."

Plugs: http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Navigation?storeId=10151&catalogId=10051&langId=-1&searchTerm=trolling+motor+plugs
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The power cord is 30" from battery connection to the base of the foot pedal. The control cord is 52" from the motor head to the foot control.
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All of the Minn Kota "cable steered" model like the Edge, all Terrain & Maxxum have standard 5 ft. cables. Thanks!
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At this time, I am not sure what your measurement space to mount the motor on your Grizzly Boat. However, below photo is a diagram of the mount and measurements. I hope this helps. Thanks
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The mount is included with this trolling motor, I do not believe there is room on the bow of the Pond Prowler to mount this motor. You would have to fabricate a platform to mount this on the bow.
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I measure 32 inches from top of boat to water line,would a 45 inch shaft be long enough?I dont fish too much rough water.
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I would be safe and go for the 52" shaft.You want the motor head to be aleast 8-12 inches under the surface of the water at all times.The MinnKota web site should have a calculator for determining the correct shaft length..
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i just got a humminbird 597 ci di hd combo and would like to mount it to the trolling motor im worried the prop may be to close
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You should have no problem doing so
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Yes, I mounted the transducer for my 788 ci di hd combo on my edge 45. There is not a whole lot of room to spare but have had no problems after 100s of hours of use.
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Fixed speeds, 1 through 5.......position 4 is like 40 lbs of thrust and 5 is a full 70lbs, I'd look elsewhere.
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The Minn Kota Edge motors are 5 speed.
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The depth of your boat.
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To determine your shaft length measure from the mounting surface to the waterline with your boat fully loaded.. For rough water conditions, add 5” to the waterline measurement. For hand-control trolling motors, add 12” to recommended shaft length.
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I have been using mine for a few weeks now. What may be surprising is, I have a torn rotator cuff and need surgery, yet I can still raise and lower pretty easily.
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I have my second Minn Kota Edge 45 and it is a little stiff to pull the rope. However, it is best to put a little pressure on the head of unit to help the pins release as you pull the rope to deploy the motor. Retrieving the motor is easy and simple and I have had no problems.
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Retrieve is ok, but deploying is beyond ridiculous. I have 20+ year old Minn Kota All Terrains that have the same technology.
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