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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors EasyTroller Trolling Plates

Ironwood Pacific Outdoors EasyTroller Trolling Plates

Description

The Ironwoos Pacific Outdoors EasyTroller Trolling Plates are ideal to improve fuel economy and performance.

Features

  • Slows boats to ideal trolling speed, even as slow as 1 mph
  • Made from marine-grade anodized aluminum and stainless steel
  • Mounts directly to the cavitation plate of outboard or outdrive
List Price
$141.95
Your Price
$127.76
In Stock

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Details

Say goodbye to bent or damaged trolling plates. The EasyTroller trolling plate's patented spring hinge design flexes upward to prevent damage to the trolling plate under accidental acceleration. The optional hydrofoil trolling plate model combines two products into one to improve fuel economy and performance.

Features

  • Slows boats to ideal trolling speed, even as slow as 1 mph
  • Patented hinged plate design flexes upward to prevent damage or shear pin breakage
  • Mounts directly to the cavitation plate of your outboard or outdrive, a few inches behind the propeller
  • Optional hydrofoil fins to improve performance and reduce porpoising
  • Made from marine-grade anodized aluminum and stainless steel
  • One year warranty
  • Made in the USA
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Ironwood Pacific Outdoors EasyTroller Trolling Plates 016.1 EasyTroller trolling plate, standard
$127.76
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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors EasyTroller Trolling Plates 016.15 EasyTroller trolling plate, short
$127.76
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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors EasyTroller Trolling Plates 016.2 EasyTroller trolling plate with fins, standard
$170.96
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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors EasyTroller Trolling Plates 016.25 EasyTroller trolling plate with fins, short
$169.16
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