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Old 04-09-2018, 10:21 AM  
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They can be used year round. Clam plate in the winter, trolling motor in the summer!
I probably should have put this in the joke thread.

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Old 04-09-2018, 10:42 AM  
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Love to see human ingenuity in action, but man, I bet you would go through the batteries fast!
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I go faster in my pontoon with my flippers! As someone mentioned in the comments - oars would be an upgrade.....
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Saw this a Bear Creek lake a few years back:
https://youtu.be/7bwfH-gcv7I
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How to spend more money, time and effort to get a less efficient trolling motor. Makes sense.

Just mounted a trolling motor on my son's kayak last week. Works great. Motor $99...Battery $70.





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I like this one better than the drill;

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I watched that 3 times and never saw a single cordless drill!
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I like everything but the price on the Bixpy electric motors for a kayak. 10lbs total weight for both motor and lithuim battery box. Says you can run continuously at 3mph on the average kayak for six hours. mounts on the rudder..wireless remote..10 forward...three reverse.


https://bixpy.com/diy-bixpy-jet/#product-videos

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I hope people realize once you put a motor on a watercraft ,it then needs to be license. just saying
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Yep, $35.25 per year. You'll need a bill of sale or receipt for your watercraft also.
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