Why will my boat not crank?
If you have checked the battery switch and charged the batteries, but your boat engine still won’t start, check the battery cables. Make sure the connections that run between the engine and the battery are not loose or corroded. Reconnect or replace any battery cables that have become disconnected or damaged.
Why is my Minnkota trolling motor not turning?
THIS UNIT WOULD WORK WITH WHAT I THOUGHT WAS 75% POWER AND SOMETIMES NOT TURN LEFT OR RIGHT AFTER 4 TO 5 HOURS OF USE. MY FIRST THOUGHT WAS BAD BATTERIES, I PURCHASED NEW AMG BATTERIES SAME RESULT, TOOK THE UNIT TO MINN KOTA AUTHORIZED DEALER AND REPLACED A BURNED CONTACT.
Which is better GSP or fused fishing lines?
Fused lines feel more uniform, like a strand of nylon. Which is better depends upon both preference and use. Fused GSP is stiffer and often favored for use on spinning reels, though it’s seldom available in strengths heavier than 30-pound-test. When GSP lines first gained popularity, most had no coating.
When does Minnkota 55 # thrust Power Drive stop working?
I have a Minnkota 55# thrust power drive that will stop operating when in use. When the motor is running and I go to turn the motor, it will sometimes stop working completely. I shut it off, wait a few seconds, and it will work again, then it will stop again occasionally when I try to turn the motor.
Do you know how to fish a crankbait?
Learning how to fish a crankbait properly can make a huge difference. Seeing bass pros work a crankbait is like watching magicians perform. The only difference is magicians use sleight of hand to make objects disappear, while the pros’ magic begins after their crankbait vanishes in the watery depths.
Which is better for bass, crankbaits or treble hooks?
Choosing And Using Crankbaits. Many bass anglers prefer fishing almost any lure over fishing crankbaits. The very thought of all those treble hooks and all the things under water, besides fish, into which they can snag turns them toward bass fishing lures a bit more weedless, more user friendly if you will.
What does a short lip on a crankbait mean?
A short lip, sharply angled downward from the body means a shallow dive. Simply, the shallower the crankbait is intended to dive the shorter and more steeply angled from the lure’s body will be the lip. This configuration also creates a more pronounced side to side wobble. The longer the lip on a crankbait the deeper it’s going to dive.
How big should a deeper diving crankbait be?
Deeper-diving crankbaits are 3” to 5” long. Lipless crankbaits can be used at any depth, but do not cover as much ground as lipped cranks and are more prone to snags. 5. Don’t be Distracted by Color Overload