PERFECT SOLUTION - Trolling motors are known for lack of steering especially when the wind picks up, the water is choppy or you want to track in a straight line. Simply add a Bullnose Rudder which is designed to give you better control of your watercraft in most windy conditions, help hold a true course at most trolling speeds, and prevent the boat from spinning as much when the motor is off. Patent no. D712,341S
FIT - The Bullnose Rudder is a boat rudder that fits "MOST" 24-55lb transom mount trolling motors. Please note, it will NOT work on a self deploy bow mount trolling motor. It measures 10.5" high x 4.75" wide and fits a 1 1/8" shaft diameter. It's most commonly used for "but not limited to" minn kota trolling motor, motorguide trolling motors, newport vessel trolling motor, etc. Common tiny boats used are, inflatable pontoon, Pelican Bass Raider 10E, fishing kayak, canoes, jon boats, and more.
ESSENTIAL - In most cases it helps hold a true course at both a slow and high trolling speeds. Customers have also said, “it prevents the boat from spinning as much when the motor is off”. Most tiny boats will benefit from having some kind of a rudder set up in the back vs not having a rudder at all. Only takes a few minutes to install and you are ready to go.
QUALITY - Manufactured in the USA with high quality parts & material to help ensure you have a stress-free fishing experience. It is manufactured from impact plastic for durability and comes with stainless steel screws. It is built strong so you don't have to worry about it coming loose, allowing you to focus more on fishing. Patent no. D712,341S
BOW MOUNT - Fits the Minn Kota, EDGE, MAXXUM, and FORTREX. The bow mount motor must be a hand cable pull, NOT self deploy. Self deploy will not work because the system requires the shaft to slide up and down right where the rudder needs to be attached. However, a hand cable pull will allow you to carefully bring the motor up out of the water on the motor mount. Your bow mount setup needs to have 1' of shaft sticking out from the end of the platform allowing enough space to attach the rudder.