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Minn Kota® Endura C2 Transom-Mount Trolling Motors

   

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30

30"

Speed:
5/3 Hand Control

Type:
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  • $109.99

  • SKU: 1751586

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45

36"

Speed:
5/3 Hand Control

Type:
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  • $199.99

  • SKU: 1751587

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50

36"

Speed:
5/3 Hand Control

Type:
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  • $209.99

  • SKU: 1751588

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12

50

42"

Speed:
5/3 Hand Control

Type:
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  • $214.99

  • SKU: 1751589

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12

55

36"

Speed:
5/3 Hand Control

Type:
Transom Mount
  • $229.99

  • SKU: 1751590

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12

55

42"

Speed:
5/3 Hand Control

Type:
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  • $234.99

  • SKU: 1751591

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  • Lever lock bracket
  • Telescoping handle
  • Indestructible composite shaft
Lever Lock Bracket is made of special composite materials that resist flexing, warping, and UV damage. Telescoping handle features an ergonomic, 6" telescoping handle for greater comfort and steering convenience. The indestructible composite shaft is pound for pound, stronger than steel. Flexing on impact, it will not break, kink, or corrode and is guaranteed for life. The Endura C2 is backed by Minn Kota's two year warranty.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 49 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by pretty good forward gears work great, putting in reverse does not work so well very slow going backwards in even glass calm water, useless on windy days. cuts through weeds well though i have the thirty pound thrust model August 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Minn Kota® Endura C2 Transom-Mount I've had a Minn Kota before. And if you've had a Minn Kota you'll know what I mean... There's nothing like it. The price is right, the 30 lbs. of thrust pulls my 106 dyer without a sweat, and probably most of all, it doesn't eat up my trolling battery. I'd recommend a Minn Kota to my best friend without hesitation. March 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Well Made, You Can Tell Bought this trolling motor for a small boat that i own, and it's perfect. It has speeds 1-5, and reverse 1-3. It's incredibly easy to maneuver and steer, and the speeds are just right. Speed four is when you get going, but speed five is surprisingly fast when you kick it in the first time. Definitely worth the money. Holds a charge nicely, just be sure to disconnect the battery when you're not actually running it. It'll give you a lot more run-time when out on the lake. February 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Endura Minn Kota C2 50 I am really pleased with this product. I have been out twice so far. I used the motor for over 3 hours on the last trip. I travelled on the 3 rd speed for 2 1/2 hours and then I used the 4 th speed for the last hour. There was no sign of a decrease in power. The 4 th speed worked very well for my 16 ft. cedar canoe.. September 2, 2013
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You would need the Deep Cycle Marine Battery. 12 volt would work, 24 volt for the 55# thrust would be better.
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I am looking to get a trolling motor for my husband, who does kayak bay fishing. Would this work on his 14 ft. kayak? If not are there any other suggestions?
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if the Kayak has a flat transom to attach the trolling motor. Also, consider the weight of the battery you need with it. Is this something he said he wants?
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Yes, the Minn Kota® Endura C2 Transom-Mount Trolling Motor would work, you would want to go with the 30" shaft.
MotorGuide® VariMAX® Saltwater Edition Hand-Control Kayak Mount Trolling Motor
would also work, sku 1751736.
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On the Minn Kota Endura C2 30", 30 lb. model, which is the correct replacement prop MKP-6 or MKP-2?
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The MKP-2 would be what it came with, but the MKP-6 would also work. Thanks
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I believe that is correct. Wet cell batteries are filled with highly liquid material, and the caps that come on them are not water-tight. My wet cell marine battery is always laid flat and it still leaks acid from time to time due to the rocking of the boat, so definately go with AGM or an Optima battery if you plan to keep it at an angle.
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AGM design immobilizes the electrolyte, making our XPS® 12-Volt Deep Cycle Marine Batteries spill proof and leak proof, so they're safe to use no matter how much your boat gets tossed.
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I need an AMG battery. Shoot me straight- If I need to troll for say 3-hours tops. whats the min size battery I can get away with? I ask bc I want to keep the size and the weight of the battery smaller than a standard huge marine battery. what are my options? Thank you
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I use a 650 marine cranking amps, 80 minutes reserve capacity deep cycle battery,which is a reasonable size and price. I have never had a problem using it all day at trolling speed.
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Sorry, we only recommend marine grade batteries for trolling motors.
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Battery AMG or wet cell?

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I need an amg battery bc it must sit on an angle. Its my understanding that wet cells must rest on flat surfaces. is this true?
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typically you want wet cell batteries to sit flat because they can theoretically leak out of the top plates. You dont want battery acid in the bottom of your boat.
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I believe that is correct. Wet cell batteries are filled with highly liquid material, and the caps that come on them are not water-tight. My wet cell marine battery is always laid flat and it still leaks acid from time to time due to the rocking of the boat, so definately go with AGM ("absorbed glass mat") or a watertight battery such as an Optima if you plan to keep it at an angle.
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55 pounds of thrust per inch
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How high up does the telescoping handle go? Can I extend it and use it standing on a pontoon boat?
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Obviously, the 36" version is 36" long, from the top of the unit to the bottom of the motor. If you bring it all the way up to the mount, you'll probably have about 30" of clearance, but the motor probably won't be in the water. It just depends on how high off the water you will need to mount the motor. Even when the motor is fully submerged six inches below the surface, the spinning of the propeller will cause the water on the surface to splish and splosh, which can be very noisy. Either way, you can buy handle extender made by Minn Kota and/or various after market handle extenders.
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The handle on the Minn Kota Endura C2 extends 6". This would not be enough to use while standing, but you could purchase an extension handle. For example, we sell item 38-511-255-00, the Big Foot® Telescopic Extension Handle for Trolling Motors which extends to 36".

Big Foot® Telescopic Extension Handle for Trolling Motors
http://www.basspro.com/Big-Foot-Telescopic-Extension-Handle-for-Trolling-Motors/product/1208/
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I have a 12 foot Wilderness Commander I am adding a motor too. Should I get 30 or 45 pound thrust? Also, does anyone know th eweights of these 2 sizes?
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Depends on what you are using the motor for. If just getting from one point to the next, go with the 45 as that will provide more thrust and get you there quicker. I have a 14' canoe and use the 30 lb. thrust motor because with it set on the first forward setting, it can still be too fast when using the motor to troll along a bank while fishing. I would think this issue would be even worse with the 45. I have been happy with the 30 because most of my time is spent working along a bank or holding position on a point or other spot (against the wind). If I was just traveling from one point to the next with the motor, I would go with the more powerful 45.
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I have a 10' Pond Prowler from Bass Pro shops, and while the smaller 30 may get better battery life(approx 4-5 hrs, depending on speed), the 45 has a lot more power for getting through weeds and outrunning thunderstorms. Go Sox!
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Yes, but very slowly :) I have an aluminum Jon boat that weighs roughly 500 lbs with me and all my gear, and I used the 55# version as my primary motor for several months. If you are talking about a 5-man raft with 5 adults in it (say 1,000 pounds), then this probably won't work too well for you if you are using the trolling motor as your primary motor.
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How much thrust does the motor have? They will ALL push it--depends on how fast or long you need. +lbs=+ push
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