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Davis Happy Troller Trolling Plates

Davis Happy Troller Trolling Plates

Description

The Davis Happy Troller Trolling Plates maintain stability in bow-light boats.

Features

  • Reduces troll speed in "down" position and acts as stabilizer in "up" position
  • For saltwater and freshwater applications
  • Smooths out ride in rough water and reduces porpoising and cavitation
List Price
$145.99
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$113.88
In Stock

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For the Fisherman who thinks he has everything! Slows even big motors down to that "ever-so-slow" fish tantalizing speed. A significant invention in the sport of troll fishing, Happy Troller® mounts on the anti-cavitation plate to allow fine control of trolling speed. At cruising speed, your boat's stability is enhanced. Locks in "down" position for trolling.
Locks in "up" position for cruising. Happy Troller is the answer to correct trolling speed. Use it year-round in all boating activities; salt and fresh water.

Key Features:

  • Smooths out ride in rough water
  • Made of only highest quality stainless steel and marine aluminum; clear anodized aluminum finish
  • Installs in 15 minutes
  • Stainless steel mounting hardware and installation & operating instructions provided with each unit

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Davis Happy Troller Trolling Plates 461 Happy troller trolling plates for outboards 20-50 horsepower, small
$113.88
In Stock
Davis Happy Troller Trolling Plates 460 Happy troller trolling plates for I/O's and all outboards 50 horsepower and over, large
$117.00
In Stock
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