Focus on the fish with the electric-steer, bow-mount Minn Kota Terrova trolling motor with 55-pound thrust and 48-inch shaft. It features a waterproof, low-profile foot pedal with 18-foot cord that offers precise control with less than one degree of steering resolution. It also offers rotary speed control dial, momentary/constant on toggle, and an IP68-rated waterproof connector plug.
The Terrova showcases a breakthrough stow and deploy mechanism featuring fallaway ramps that effortlessly deploy the motor into the water along with a balanced motor design that greatly reduces stowing effort. The Weedless Wedge 2 prop pushes weeds away and takes on the thick stuff without battery-draining chopping and hacking. It features swept-back, flared blades for unrelenting, reliable prop performance.
The Terrova comes standard with Minn Kota's Digital Maximizer technology, which helps the battery run up to five times longer on a single charge, along with an indestructible composite shaft (guaranteed for life) and a push-to-test battery meter.
It's compatible with Minn Kota's optional AutoPilot accessory, which locks onto any heading you choose and delivers you there. Just point the motor head in the direction you want to travel and let the AutoPilot take over. You can also upgrade the Terrova with the optional i-Pilot wireless trolling system accessory, which uses GPS technology to control and steer your boat for you. At the push of a button, i-Pilot lets you stay on a fishing spot, store and retrace productive trolling paths, or take full command of speed and steering.
Minn Kota is the oldest manufacturer of electric fishing motors in the world with nearly 70 years of hard-earned experience in the lab and on the water. Throughout their history, Minn Kota has led the way in product innovation and cutting-edge technology. The Minn Kota electric trolling motor began its life in 1934 in Fargo, North Dakota. Mr. O. G. Schmidt, inventor of the trolling motor, was known to be a man of many diverse ideas. Prior to the trolling motor, Mr. Schmidt invented, produced and sold a copper soldering torch from his home in Wheatland, North Dakota. Due to its success, manufacturing operations were then moved to Fargo. Because of its proximity to the MINNesota-North DaKOTA border, Mr. Schmidt named the business The Minn Kota Manufacturing Company.