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fishinphyl

Red-Green Light help

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When we added the trolling motor to the bow we moved our R-G light over as much as possible with the wire we had. This is a fiberglass and there is no way to get to the wiring of the light underneath. So now we have this nice motor on there and the light is not visible from one side. Of course if we remove the motor it works great but what if we want to troll at night? Any brain storms? Wishin I was fishin!!!

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Phyl

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yep had the same problem when i put a new trolling motor on my boat. check at walmart, fleet farm and look for the front nav light that is longer.got got mine at walmart. you could use it as is , but i shortened mine to just sit above the motor. del

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hey fishinphyl had a Tri-hull I put a bow mount on I just cut a opening so I could mount the plate for the trolling motor then took a peice of 1/4" plywood covered with some indoor/outdoor carpet screwed it over the new access hole. Or you could go buy one of them clamp on bow lights battery operated good fishin Tim

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