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Minn Kota Endura C2 Transom-Mount Trolling Motors

   

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30

30"

Speed:
5/3 Hand Control

Type:
Transom Mount
  • $109.99

  • SKU: 1751586

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45

36"

Speed:
5/3 Hand Control

Type:
Transom Mount
  • $199.99

  • SKU: 1751587

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12

50

36"

Speed:
5/3 Hand Control

Type:
Transom Mount
  • $209.99

  • SKU: 1751588

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12

50

42"

Speed:
5/3 Hand Control

Type:
Transom Mount
  • $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:
Transom Mount
  • $234.99

  • SKU: 1751591

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Minn Kota's® 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.

  • Lever lock bracket
  • Telescoping handle
  • Indestructible composite shaft
Minn Kota® Endura C2 Transom-Mount Trolling Motors 4.5 5 33 33
Perfect for the Jon My minn kota 30" 30# trolling motor proved itself going against outgoing tide on the American river. On 4/5 throttle it trolled at good speeds. With trailer plugs, solder and 7 extra feet of 10 gauge put the battery where i want it ($7 and 15 minutes), while keeping things safe. only con is the reverse is semi weeksauce with transom and current not in favor. pro: Solid mount and tilt selector, very satisfied! September 17, 2012
Works like a charm I recently went night fishing with this and my outboard stalled and flooded so i hooked this thing up and headed back up towards the docks which is 3 miles away and within an hour we were there and i had trolled the entire time and caught a mid sized walleye so excellent product and excellent performance September 10, 2012
5th Minn-Kota I have had 4 M-K motors prior to this one, upgrading each time. My last motor was hardly used since I bought it in Spring '09, and had a severe stroke in Sept. The motor sat unused, under cover for the past 3 years. When I finally got out last month, it crapped out halfway out on the lake. I contacted M-K for either replacement or repair, and was told to contact a repair professional near me on line. The "repair professional" told me he would give me an estimate on repairs if I gave him $42. I have 5 sons that used all the motors before, but they moved away(thank God), after losing, lending, or forgetting to afix the motors to the transom; but the motors WERE dependable up until my last, an Endura(not so much) 40. Unsatisfied with M-K inflexibility, not with the product. Bought a new 45, and very happy(so far) now that I can get out to use it. CER August 22, 2012
Bass Pro Shop delivers one more time I live in Puerto Rico, and every time I go to Bass Pro Shops, they stand up and deliver. Like my last adquisition, a Minnkota C2 endura 30 pound thrust, delivered to my home front door. Opened it like a little boy on Xmas and clamped it to my water tender 9.4. rushed to a nearby man made lake and enjoyed hours of spinning for tarpoon and snook with my 6 year old. Thanks again BPS for delivering. I trust BPS, and I definitely recommend them to my friends. The 30 C2 Minnkota is awesome the fish love it, me too. July 17, 2012
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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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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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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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The shipping weight and size of box on the Endura 55lbs 42" shaft motor is 27lbs and box is 56"L x 18" W x 7.5" H.
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Two blades are on the propeller.
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Measure the distance between the top of your transom and the water line.
0" to 10" shaft length 30"
10" to 16" shaft length 36"
16" to 22" shaft length 42"
over 22" consult factory.
Add 5" to distance between transom and waterline when fishing in rough water to determine shaft length.
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It all depends on how high your mounting point rests off the surface of the water. I have a v-hull and mount it both on my bow (rounghly 2' off the water) and transom (roughly 1' off the surface), so the 36" shaft is more than plenty for me. You can adjust the length (make it shorter) easily, so I will pull the motor half up out of the water when I'm going through really shallow waters or weed beds. I imagine the 36" will work well except for use on high transoms or or pontoon boats.
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You will want to measure your boat when it is fully loaded with gear and people for a regular day of fishing. Measure from intended mounting location (transom or bow) to the waterline of the loaded boat. Then add 18 inches. That's the shaft length you are looking for
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I want to mount a trolling motor to a Marsh rat lay out boat 9' 3" long and 68 pounds.
If there is no sure motor then I would like the option of using for the lay out boat as well as on a rental 14 foot aluminum
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I run the 55# thrust one on my 14 ft. flatboat and am really pleased with the performance. Just make sure you have a good 105 A.H. battery for it. I recommend an AGM style battery.
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I have seen several people use the engine-mount type trolling motors for layout boats. They mount them on the bottom of the boat (which is upside down compared to how they are designed to be mounted). I'm not sure how you could use this same co figuration on a canoe, but the installation would be rather permanent in either case (you couldn't easily swap it from one boat to another). If you are looking for a more portable trolling motor, your best bet would be a transom mount. A small, 30# thrust motor would be plenty of power in either case.
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Given both boats, you would probably be looking at something around the 45 pound thrust motor. This will push the lay out boat along at a really good clip, but should provide good enough power to move the rental around without going to fast past your intended fishing targets.
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No. Minn Kota has a separate line of motors that are white in color for saltwater use. It's my understanding that their black, freshwater motors have parts that will corrode if used in saltwater. The owner's manual says that use in saltwater voids the warranty.
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not recommended and will void the warranty.
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This motor is designed to be used in freshwater, not saltwater. If you're looking for a Minn Kota transom mount trolling motor for saltwater use take a look at the Minn Kota® Riptide® Transom-Mount Saltwater Trolling Motors. I have provided a link to the product page below.

Minn Kota® Riptide® Transom-Mount Saltwater Trolling Motors
http://www.basspro.com/Minn-Kota-Ri...
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It would probably fly-get the right battery for the bigger motor.
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When I went from a 36 to a 55 for my 12' jon boat, i didn't see much of a difference at all.
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As you probably already know, wind and current can play a big part in the speed that a boat travels when powered by a trolling motor. That being said, with that small of a boat, you should be able to tell a noticible difference in speed with that jump in thrust pounds.
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