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    I've seen one by Freedom Electric called a Twin Troller. That's what I would love to get...but it's pricey! Kind of like the price of a Ranger or Phoenix vs a Tracker...lol.

    Does anyone have one of these? If so how do you like it? Tell us about it!

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    Yea the twin troller's are pricey, at $5,600.00 new. But then again, they have two electric motors in the center sides, and foot control pedals, so hands free. If you do a search, there are some used ones for $2500, one is near Nashville.
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    My dad bought a new 2 man boat from Johnny Morris. Missouri requires it to be licensed if you put any motor on it, so he did. Next year he got his property tax bill. They registered it as a brand new "bass boat", taxes were higher on it that all his other vehicles. Had to battle with them to fix it. So pay attention if/when you register one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator Bait View Post
    Great! They look like fun, and can go places I can't take my bass boat. I would like to fish some small lakes and rivers/streams, this looks like the hot ticket. I also want to fish in places away from the jet skis, ski boats, and hi power bass boats running 70 mph in and out of the bays.
    Do you use it a lot? Is that a good gas motor? I would think it would make that light little boat move pretty good.
    Itís rated for a 5hp , wish I had a 4hp 4stroke.

    Use it as much as I can. Iíd rather fish out of it than my big boat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by S10CHEVY View Post
    Yea the twin troller's are pricey, at $5,600.00 new. But then again, they have two electric motors in the center sides, and foot control pedals, so hands free. If you do a search, there are some used ones for $2500, one is near Nashville.
    Where did you see that? Craig's list?

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    I like the Pelican 10E and the Bass Hunter 120 . Both are very popular. Lots of videos on modifications and trailer types. If I find a cheep used one I can try it, do some mods, and see if I want to upgrade...or sell it.
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    Make sure itís made out of polyethylene or HDPE. Tuff stuff and can be welded


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    I've got a Basshunter BH120. It's a very stable, durable boat. You'll probably need to use a trailer of some sort with this one because it's heavy. Love mine, caught a ton of fish out of it.
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