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Minn Kota Camo Waterfowl Edition Trolling Motor

Minn Kota Camo Waterfowl Edition Trolling Motor

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The Minn Kota Camo Waterfowl Edition Trolling Motor features a Realtree Max-5 camo pattern that is designed for maximum concealment in flooded marshes and timber.

Features

  • Power Prop
  • Lever-Lock Bracket
  • Tilt Twish Tiller
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Tilt Twish Tiller
Get hands-on control of your motor with our Tilt Twist Tiller™. Its ergonomic grip provides easy, responsive control of speed and steering.

5 Fwd/3 Rev Speed
Provides five forward speed settings & three reverse speed settings to easily choose the speed you need for simple, intuitive control that puts you in command.

Lever-Lock Bracket
10-position bracket features a quick-release lever lock and reinforced composite material that resists flexing, warping and UV damage.

Power Prop
The Power Prop delivers extra power to help you push through heavy vegetation to get you where the fish are.

Advantage Minn Kota
Indestructible Composite Shaft: Pound for pound, our composite shaft is stronger than steel. It flexes on impact and won't break, kink or corrode. That's why we're confident enough to guarantee it for life. If we could guarantee it for longer than a lifetime, we would.

Cool, Quiet, Power: Nothing runs cooler or more quietly than a Minn Kota. Our extra large windings and commutators dissipate heat, resulting in cooler operation, extended battery power, and longer motor life. And our unique bearing system reduces friction to cut fish-spooking noise. So quiet, they'll never hear you coming.

2-Year Warranty
This motor is backed up with Minn Kota's 2-year warranty.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Minn Kota Camo Waterfowl Edition Trolling Motor 1351923 Camo Waterfowl Edition Trolling Motor, Max-5, 12V-45lb-36"
$259.99
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Minn Kota Camo 55 Waterfowl Edition - Max-5 - 12V-55lb-36" 1351928 Camo Waterfowl Edition, Max-5, 12V-55lbs-36"
$299.99
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