Trolling motor

My Thoughts .
Sorry I am too far away to help you.

Before I bought a new motor I would borrow one and try it out . Even if you have to pay a person $50.00 ++ to bring his motor to show you what it does on your boat could be the best $50++ you could spend.

How you doing you lovable Hillbilly?

Jeffrey R. Jonas… The “R” stands for ROD.

Besides… who needs to look down when your shower is tiled with mirrors?!!

BTW… Isn’t your “shaft”… aka. “mine shaft” where your North side buddy like’s to finger you?:shock:

Yup. I’m just a bumpkin.

Did I ever show you my office before I came to Texas? From the 57th floor I could watch the peregrine falcons flying around One Liberty, where they had a nest below the antenna tower. On a clear day day I could see the Limerick Nuke plant from my office on 31.

Now I’m in the Houston MSA. Did you know that Houston is both larger and more diverse than Chi-town? Soon it will surpass it in population too.

Keep fishing

Paul: I don’t think a stout trolling motor will have any problem moving your displacement hull through the water when there is no wind. I think I would be inclined to go with a 24v unit though. Have you figured out where/how you want to mount and control it? You might have a bit much freeboard for a tiller model. They have wireless remote controlled units now, even GPS guided.

Yeah you and Linas share a office at his pretend Michigan Ave office. Virtual reality is fun.

So you really love yourself that much you Vain SOB.

I thought you quit posting here after you made a fool of yourself with that stupid video idea of short clips for all your defects found at an inspection. Or maybe when you made a fool of yourself with your infrared “discoveries”.:p:p:p

Nah… but the ladies do. You should try one sometime. :razz:

The US 22 has moderate freeboard and sails straight, also moves well in light winds. One concern I have is storage and 2 batteries is one too many.

No wind coming back would mean a flat lake with no waves, if there is any wind I can raise the Genoa and tack my way back. It isn’t about speed, its about not paddling.

Screenshot of lake.

Even a modest tiller type motor will vastly out paddle you. Probably anything over 40lbs thrust should do on that lake.



Found broken ducting in a multi unit where the tenant complained about one room not getting hot or cold enough yesterday so keep trolling .Hey pretty sure I see you waving out the window at the lake today…lol*

Dear Abbey
I am a Virgin.
Everytime one is seen they look at me and run away laughing .
What am I doing wrong and does my constant leering kill the deal ?

Any advice would be helpful .

What you laughing about…Farm animals do not count .

Thanks, one battery and 40 plus lb should work and be easy to store.

Well I am kind of a neophyte at this female relationship thing. Next week will only be my 36th anniversary. How’s yours coming along?

Keep fishin.

Here ya go Paul!

I would go with a 55!
Checkout Newport Vessels trolling motors on amazon, good prices.:wink: