N o matter if you’re a dedicated angler, or a casual fisher, you need a powerful and strong boat that can take you to your destination. Just like any other motor, trolling motors need a specific battery to function properly. But with several models and designs already out on the market, it might be a tad difficult for you to choose a battery that can fit your boat, especially if you’re a beginner. So, to help you get a perfect fit for your motor, we offer you our best recommendations.
Top 5 Trolling Motor Battery Comparison
|Photo||Product Name||Dimension||Weight||Voltage||Reserve Capacity||AGM Design||MCA||Type||Price|
|1. Optima 8016-103 D34M||10 x 6.9 x 7.8 inches||43.5 pounds||12 V||120 minutes||870 A||Dual purpose|
|Our Choice||2. VMAX Marine MR127 MA||12.1 x 6.7 x 8.2 inches||68 pounds||12 V||200 minutes||800 A||Deep Cycle|
|3. Mighty Max Battery ML75-12 SLA||10.24 x 6.61 x 8.27 inches||50.71 pounds||12 V||155 minutes||N/A||Deep Cycle|
|4. Universal Power Group UB121000||16.4 x 12.8 x 12.6 inches||60 pounds||12 V||120 minutes||N/A||Deep Cycle|
|5. VMAX V35-857||7.7 x 5 x 6.1 inches||25 pounds||12 V||75 minutes||390||Deep Cycle|