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MotorGuide FW46 FB 42" Freshwater Bow-Mount Trolling Motor With Flex Mount

Item # 94707
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Key Features

  • Great motor at affordable price

  • Quiet, smooth operation

  • Flex mount protects motor from impacts


Our Price   $399.99

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Product Description
motorguide From the back coves to the big water, this trolling motor has you covered for the long haul. Pound-for-pound and dollar-for-dollar, there's not a better value in fishing. Excels in a wide range of applications - from pinpointing brush piles for crappie to chasing the early morning topwater bite. Along with stellar versatility, these solid performers deliver legendary MotorGuide durability, superior response, silent, efficient operation, and ease of use. Quiet, smooth operation lets you get closer to the fish. Go shallower, faster, with the tapered hub, 3-blade, weed-free Machete III prop. Compact, lightweight lower units. Foot control offers long-lasting rack-and-pinion design. Aluminum flex mount will automatically reset the shaft's position after an impact, protecting your motor from collisions with underwater obstacles.
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Specifications
Model # FW46 FB 42"
Max. Thrust 46 lbs.
Volts 12
Shaft Length 42"
Speeds 5

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