Minn Kota Terrova Bow Mount Trolling Motors
Minn Kota Terrova
I purchased this trolling motor and found it to be and do everything as advertised. I have the auto pilot and Sonar II with 48" shaft. It has performed great and the digital maximizer absolutely increases your run time with less time spent charging. It is well balanced and the stow and deploy mechanism is smooth as silk. The revamped foot control system makes it extremely user friendly. I highly recommend this trolling motor.
October 10, 2007
best trolling motor made
i bought this motor 12 volt 55lb. thrust with auto pilot & us2 . i put on a bass tracker tx 17 (1990) it works so good . i trolled nonstop for 6 hours and only used 25% of battery power inthe wind .auto pilot is great. this is the only motor i will ever buy!!!!!!!! it is very powerfull !!!
July 8, 2009
alot of money for a trolling motor
this trolling motor pulls my riverpro jet boat around great. its a pretty heavy boat and i run in fast current. i installed it myself with no problems. i would have given 5 stars if it came with the i pilot for this price.
April 27, 2010
Well all I can say is that the trolling motor is at the bottom of the lake. First off the trolling motor is very noisy for my standards, as well as the electric steering. I was going across the water at 50mph on the way to next spot and the trolling motor decided to deploy itself. Should I have lowered the sleeve and tightened probably but who has time to be lowering the sleeve every time the want to move. That is a big pain. Well needless to say it was ripped from the front of my boat now swimming with the fish. I have had this for about a year and became more noisy as time went on. Not to blame Minn Kota because they do build good motors but I think these are a poor design to begin with. They hang off the front of boat and can deploy by themselves due to design. The locking sleeve will prevent this but it is a pain to be moving it up and down all day. So if you dont fish Tourney's and have time to mess with it, by all means try your luck. Trust me go with cable steer and save time and money. I will be getting a cable steer for sure. But the shaft did not snap thus causing it to be ripped off. The shafts are indestructable.
February 26, 2011