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Is it worth putting a trolling motor on a kayak?
Adding a motor to a kayak makes it more enjoyable. It can allow you to bring gear that you wouldn’t have been able to take with you. It is easy to add a motor.
Will a trolling motor work on a canoe?
There is a motor for a canoe. There are restrictions on the size and type of motor that can be mounted. Electric and gas powered trolly motor can be used on a canoe, but electric is preferred because it is lighter.
How fast will a canoe go with a trolling motor?
A canoe can travel up to 6 mph with most electric trolly motor. A typical canoe would not be able to handle a faster boat. How fast your canoe will travel and how long the battery will last will be determined by the combination of your motor’s ability and the battery that you use.
How much thrust do I need for a canoe?
For every 100 lbs. of canoe/gear/passenger weight, you’ll need at least 2 to 3 lbs. of thrust.