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Freedom Electric Marine Twin Troller X10 Deluxe Boat

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Freedom Electric Marine Twin Troller X10 Deluxe Boat
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The Freedom Electric Marine Twin Troller X10 Deluxe Boat includes all of the winning features of the X10 Basic Boat plus some key upgrades, including a Lowrance X-4 Depth/Fish Finder, adjustable and mountable rod holders, an on-board ProMariner - 5-amp marine battery charger, as well as, four seadog nylon open base cleats and an injection-molded batter box. One of the world’s best fishing boats, it was designed by lifetime anglers and is one of the only boats made especially to help you catch more fish. Equipped with a patented electric propulsion system and hands free foot control, the X10 is powered by two 36lb thrust MotorGuide motors giving you 72lbs total thrust. The independent foot control pedals and corresponding trolling motors allow this two-man fishing boat to move in any direction depending on the amount and type of pressure placed on the foot pedals. Straight forward or straight backwards, you can make 90-degree turns to the left or right, or rotate 360 degrees in one location. If you need to get in a tight spot, or fight the wind and hold your position on a key spot, the X10 is the boat for you. These boats can spin on a dime and have plenty of power. There are no other boats on the market with this type of hands-free control. The X10′s compact design also allows you to access bodies of water that many other boat designs just can’t get to. With its new in-hull motor design, there are no motor props below the boat bottom to hit obstructions, allowing the X10 to ... read more
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