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Old 02-19-2016, 10:33 AM   #1
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Default Watersnake Assault 54 lb saltwater trolling motor

It's not a Minn Kota, but it served me well for several years. Never had a bit of trouble with it. I used it recently on my Triumph Bay 190, and it pulled the boat fine, although in strong current it might work really hard. I upgraded to an iPilot 80 lb 24v motor and no longer need this.

Here's the link to Wal-mart, which is where I bought this original a few years ago. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Watersnake...Motor/13228527

I'll post pictures later, but it's this model. Mine is in decent shape. It's 12 volts.

Asking $200.
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I knew that as soon as I bought a new one , one would show up. Lol
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I knew that as soon as I bought a new one , one would show up. Lol
I wish you has said something. It's been leaning up against a wall in my workshop for two months.
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Completely off subject, but the name made me laugh. When I was a young'un, there was a pond at my grandads house, and I would load up 2 batteries for his old trusty minn kota, and go take this tiny leaky jon boat out and ride for hours, run out both batteries and have to paddle back sometimes. There were so many snakes, I didn't think about it at the time how many there were, but my favorite part of the rides was watching a moccasin strike off for the other shore, and running him down, and easing that prop up out of the water on that snake. It wouldn't kill them, looking back I was dealing with snakes bigger around than my little scrawny legs, but they would disappear underwater and change directions, so it was a game waiting for them to pop up and try to get away. There must've been hundreds of snakes in that tiny area, and for some reason they all wanted to swim across the middle of the pond. Anyway, the name "Watersnake Assault" on a trolling motor is just too awesome.
Sorry for the tangent, good luck on the sale!
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Sold to Bonita Dan! Good meetin' ya, man!
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