Motorguide tight with the upper shaft. Lastly, the Danny Miller’s The Red One is a steel trolling motor cord that replaces the standard Motorguide rope. The standard ropes are notorious for breaking and replacing it with the metal cord and mounting system that is included reduces the likelihood of that happening during a tournament.
Seeing a custom tournament boat come together is breathtaking and downright amazing. The thought process, skill set and time required to rig a tournament bass boat is an art form worth watching. I adore watching each rig being birthed into existence. Rigging a bass boat the way that is outlined in this article can take 2-3 three people 3-4 days to complete. This is not a quick process by any shape of the imagination, and readers should take note that custom rigging can result in
thousands of dollars in shop time not to mention the cost of the components. While many anglers may take for granted the work that goes into rigging each boat, the payoff is in each individual grin that appears on an angler’s face as they drive away with their new dream machine in tow.
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