Ocean Fishing Kayak – Use an Electric Motor
Rowing a kayak or kayak into the breeze or harsh uneven water is extremely tiring particularly in the event that you are not fit. This can remove the fun from being on the water and numerous individuals have begun utilizing an electric motor to assist them with getting to those troublesome difficult to arrive at places.
It is anything but difficult to fix a little transom to the boat on the off chance that it does not have one and albeit easy to develop, numerous marine stores sell premade easy to introduce ones. The famous 30 to 55 pound push motor is one approach and they can push your kayak or kayak at rates of between 2 to 4 bunches relying upon the conditions.
With this motor you will require a 12 volt/105 amp hours profound cycle fixed marine battery. On the off chance that you can afford it, at that point get a force community that has a 60 amp electrical switch introduced. You store your battery in it for more secure and simpler taking care of and it will likewise assist with keeping up the little, lightweight electric motor proficiently.
Numerous ocean fishing kayak with foot pedals have a transom shaped into the harsh where you can mount the savaging motor. On the off chance that it does not, at that point it is very easy to build your own one to suit your necessities with a bit of 20mm pressed wood and 40 – 50 mm square aluminum tube that has a 3mm thick divider. Secure it with u jolts, gunwale to gunwale. In the event that you look online you will discover numerous instances of shrewd ways that boater use to introduce their electric motors with custom made and fabricated transom mounts.
The motor is simpler to hand steer whenever mounted on the boat.
In the event that you have a kayak with a rudder previously introduced and you steer it with foot pedals, at that point simply brace the motor set up corresponding with the fore and toward the back line of the kayak. Presently set the speed and off you go utilizing the pedals to guide. You should hand steer if your boat does not have a rudder.
Make sure to hold the motor opposite to the water with the goal that you get most extreme forward drive. In the event that the motor is in the water at a point there will be significantly less forward pushed because the motor is, contingent upon the point, either attempting to lift the nose up and out of the water or push it down attempting to cover the bow.