Contents

- 1 How much thrust do I need for a canoe?
- 2 How fast will a 55 lb thrust trolling motor go?
- 3 How many horsepower is a 55 lb thrust trolling?
- 4 Will a 55 lb thrust trolling motor?
- 5 How fast will a 112 lb thrust trolling motor go?
- 6 What size battery do I need for a 55 lb thrust trolling motor?
- 7 How fast is an 80 lb thrust motor?
- 8 Can you use car battery for trolling motor?
- 9 How many HP is a 50 lb trolling motor?
- 10 How many HP is 40 lbs of thrust?
- 11 Do trolling motors have HP?
- 12 How deep should a trolling motor be in the water?
- 13 Are trolling motors worth it?
- 14 What size battery do I need for a trolling motor?

## How much thrust do I need for a canoe?

Most canoes only need a motor with a 55-lb thrust. This will give you enough power to haul you, your boat, and all your gear across a lake.

## How fast will a 55 lb thrust trolling motor go?

Assuming perfect riding conditions, the use of the best fuel i.e. the distillate marine diesel, and moderate load, 55-pound trolling motors are likely to attain a maximum speed of only 5 miles per hour. This would take around two hours for the deep cycle battery charge to get completely depleted.

## How many horsepower is a 55 lb thrust trolling?

So 1 hp trolling motor basically equals to 70 lbs of thrust, and about 0.6 horsepower is a 55 lb thrust trolling.

## Will a 55 lb thrust trolling motor?

In fact two 55 pound thrust motors will not move you any faster than one 30 pound thrust motor. Higher thrust 12V trolling motors are designed for bigger heavier boats with larger payloads. The maximum speed of a trolling motor is 5 mph regardless of how many pounds of thrust.

## How fast will a 112 lb thrust trolling motor go?

Ultimately a 112 lb. thrust trolling motor will still have a maximum speed of around 5 mph. If you are looking for quicker response time and better overall performance, bigger is better.

## What size battery do I need for a 55 lb thrust trolling motor?

To use an example, a 55 lb thrust motor unit has a peak power draw of 40 amps. If you use the trolling motor for 6 hours at average 50% load of 20 amps, the trolling motor will then require a battery load of 120 Ah.

## How fast is an 80 lb thrust motor?

How Fast Will A 80 lb. Thrust Trolling Motor Go? it is important to note that more thrust does not mean more speed. The trolling motor’s maximum speed is around 5 mph no matter how many lbs (pounds) of thrust it provides.

## Can you use car battery for trolling motor?

Will my car battery work for my trolling motor? No, car batteries are not recommended and can ruin your motor.

## How many HP is a 50 lb trolling motor?

So every 746 watts is roughly equivalent to 1 horsepower. Using this formula the popular Newport Vessels NV-Series 55lb Thrust Trolling Motor is rated as 624 watts at the highest forward speed and so 624/746 = 0.84 and would be roughly equivalent to a 0.84 horsepower motor.

## How many HP is 40 lbs of thrust?

It’s my understanding that 25lb thrust equals about 1 hp. So a 40 lb electric is close to 1.5 hp.

## Do trolling motors have HP?

Trolling motors are rated in pounds of thrust. As a rule of thumb 72 to 75lb. of thrust roughly equals one horsepower or 746W of electrical power. Trolling motors are offered in 12V, 12/24V, 24V and 36V versions, with the most powerful ones offering more than 100lb.

## How deep should a trolling motor be in the water?

Setting your trolling motor at an appropriate depth will help it to function properly, while at the same time reducing the risk of it becoming damaged. Remember, the general rule is to keep the motor submerged 12 inches below the waterline.

## Are trolling motors worth it?

Trolling motors offer enhanced maneuverability and fishability throughout the day. Trolling motors are the perfect tool to move and maneuver your boat when you don’t want to start your boat’s loud outboard engine. Today’s trolling motors allow anglers to fish a shoreline methodically and quietly.

## What size battery do I need for a trolling motor?

Most trolling motor batteries fail due to lack of proper charging. We suggest selecting a 12 volt deep cycle marine battery with at least a 110 amp hour rating, usually a group 27 size battery. The higher the amp hour rating, the more run time you will receive.