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Anyone have any knowledge of canoeing with a trolling motor? I may get one for my canoe. It is 16' plywood canoe I built. What is better about deep cycle batteries vs normal ones? What would you recommend for a Minn Kota motor?

License needed to operate one and do I need to register boat (Washington State)? Any other info is great. Thanks for reading.

 

Edit: what is recommended thrust for a canoe trolling motor?

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Above is some recent info you may be interested in.

A-Jay

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2 minutes ago, A-Jay said:

Above is some recent info you may be interested in.

A-Jay

Thanks, I saw it before but couldn't find it.... Got any info on batteries?

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2 minutes ago, AustinHellickson said:

Thanks, I saw it before but couldn't find it.... Got any info on batteries?

 

Yup ~

A-Jay

https://www.bassresource.com/bass-fishing-forums/search/?q="deep cycle batteries"&sortby=relevancy

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On August 19, 2017 at 11:54 AM, A-Jay said:

Above is some recent info you may be interested in.

A-Jay

exactly what I was going to say, you beat me to it:D

 

As for the OP's question, use the search bar,

99% of the questions you asked can be answered in my thread, I had the same questions

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Found 5 speed with battery and battery box, used  $120 about... Thoughts? What should I look for when I look at the motor to buy?

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