The World's Best Fishing Boat
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Twin Troller • The World’s Best Fishing Boat
In the video below, meet Frank Jones, designer/creator of the Twin Troller. In this video, Frank tries to help you answer the most important question a fisherman may have. What kind of fisherman am I? Am I a Jon boat Fisherman? Kayak Fisherman? Tracker Fisherman? Big Bass Boat Fisherman?
Have you considered, you may be a Twin Troller Fisherman?
Every fisherman knows the importance of using the right bait.
Have you considered the importance of using the right boat?
The First Twin Troller Owner
TT Owner Interviews
Twin Troller owners come from all walks of life and fish all types of fish. From Muskie Anglers in Minnesota to Redfish Hunters in Florida, Crappie Dudes in Ohio to 10 lb. Big Bass hopefuls from California to the Carolinas.
Meet some Twin Troller X10 owners. You're likely to find someone just like you!
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Click buttons on map to read reviews and see pictures of owners and their Twin Troller!
Emery - St. Louis MO
Randy Aab - Trout Slayer - Pagosa Springs Colorado
Jerry, Loving life in Arizona
Karen & Robert - Vancouver, WA
I bought the boat as a surprise for my husband in 2013! Robert had to quit work in 2010 (at age 54) on disability due to tumors that lead to Cushing’s Disease, which caused extreme weight gain, fatigue, weakness. But he loves fishing – and especially fly fishing! He used a single pontoon boat for a while, until his right eyelid closed permanently from tumor pressure and he couldn’t see to the side to control the boat. It was too difficult to hold the motor handle behind him and fishing gear in front of him. I tried going along in another single pontoon boat, but it was too difficult to reach over and help him. With one eyelid closed, he needed help changing the flies. He could fish from the bank, but he said it just wasn’t the same as being out on the water, plus he couldn’t get to many places for fly fishing from the bank. We would drive 30 miles to an accessible place, but all the spots would be taken. He thought his fishing days on the water were over. We looked at various boats but at his 300+ pound weight and weakness, we were concerned about a boat tipping, or the struggle to get in and out. Then we found the Twin Troller website. He watched the videos over and over, including the one where two men stand on the side and it doesn’t tip! We liked that he could sit upright and control the movement with his feet. And I liked that I, or someone, could go along with him! I was a little hesitant because of the price and not knowing how to pull a boat. But I was assured it was relatively easy because of it’s small weight, and the trailer could be ordered with it so that it was a perfect fit. For the benefits of safety, sitting upright on the water, controlling movement with your feet (and adjustable so that he or the other person could do that), it became the obvious best choice! It was worth the price for what we needed, and we ordered the full package. The salesperson was extremely helpful, talking with me several times, answering my questions, patiently explaining how it worked. We were at home when the salesperson called me back and I was able to ask my husband “which color do you want?” He was shocked and thrilled! The boat and trailer arrived and we had help putting it all together. Due to his size and safety, we bought bigger seats with armrests, making it even more comfortable. I learned to pull the boat, practiced backing it up in a parking lot, and took a friend along on our first trip. Robert and Pete used it several times last year, along with other friends. It was always the talk of the lake, as people admired the ability to easily move across the lake, use both hands for fly fishing, and control the boat in any direction easily! Amazing! This year the tumors have grown and he is declining in health. He may not get to use the boat again, but it gave great joy and pleasure, reminding him of his youthful days of growing up in Vicksburg, MS with a pond in the backyard and being a able to fish all around the banks from a boat. He has always liked quality and “special” things (Mustang cars, magic, gadgets, etc.) and this boat fit the bill! In the picture, Robert is in the back and his good friend Pete in the front at Silver Lake, Washington, on the first trip out. Thanks for considering our story! Winning the cash would be another blessing as I coordinate his care. He is now on hospice and I’m trying to work as long as I can, but be with him when needed.
Everett - Jeff City
Karl - Illiana Fishing - Southern Indiana
Richie Klein - Springfield Va
Ron - Georgetown, KY
John Delich - RISS LAKE
Gerald - Granddad Kirmey
Gerry - Retired in my Twin Troller
Why do I love my Twin Troller? I purchased my Twin Troller on 12-26-14 because Santa did not bring me one the day before. I purchased the Twin Troller X10 Fisherman Deluxe with the 2.3 HP Honda outboard and the trailer. I love this boat because it allows me to be versatile and fish in small waters as well as large lakes like the Kissimmee Chain in Central Florida in a boat that requires very little to maintain and operate. I hold a Master Captain license and have a lifetime of experience on all kinds of boats. I fish tournaments, own a high end fishing kayak (that I now need to sell), used to own a full sized Ranger Comanche bass boat, I was even the Captain of large air-boats for over 4000 Eco tours, and I am now over 60 years old. I got tired of taking care of a full sized boat and sold the Ranger because of that. Then I discovered the Twin Troller. I often travel miles in a day and carry extra fuel on board just so I can go where I want. Then I use the electric trolling motors while actually fishing. This electric boat allows me to drive right through heavy Kissimmee Grass, buggy whips, and lily pads very much like when I was in an air-boat. I like to flip and fish in heavy grassy areas so I am often standing to pitch in mats for big bass. I am not a little guy and have had others fish with me in this boat with no problem, but most of the time I fish alone. This boat allows me to go fishing without all the hassle and expense of a larger boat. I can do most things a bigger boat can do and some things a big boat cannot do at all, or does not do well, yet I pull this boat with a smaller compact car. The smaller platform of this boat and the quietness of the trolling motors make this an ideal boat to sneak up on skittish bass in heavy cover or big bass on beds in skinny water. I installed items on my Twin Troller that I designed myself to expand storage of tackle and other items to help me on the water. I have had other fisherman stop me at boat launches or on the water to see my Twin Troller. They always leave saying the same thing “Wow that is a cool boat”. Santa may not have brought me this boat but I bet he wishes he has one too. Would I buy the Twin Troller again? Absolutely I would. As a fishing boat the Twin Troller is the best in the world.
Roger - Piedmont, SC
Dicky - Ruston, LA
Kevin - Small Acerage Pond Fisherman - Schulenburg Texas
Rick - Small Lake Addict - SC
Ron - Green Bay, Wi.
Griff - Central Georgia
J. David - Bream Expert
Michael J. Stengel - Twin Troller Enthusiast - Bardstown,Ky.
Twin Troller X10 Features
- Stability - Superior (two people can stand and cast easily)
- Wind maneuverability - Superior
- Saltwater Compatible
- 5 Year Limited Hull Warranty
- Shallow Draft - 6-8 inches
- Length - 10 feet
- Width - 48 inches (fits in standard pickup bed)
- Height - 18 inches
- Weight - 175 lbs. (hull with motors)
- Weight Capacity 565 lbs.
- Electric Motors - (2) 36 lb. Thrust
- Battery Life - 6-8 hrs. (estimate based on conditions and series 29 deep cycle marine battery)
- Top Speed - 4-6 MPH (based on conditions)(Electric Motors)
- Outboard Power Rating - 2 HP
- 1 Piece Roto-Molded Hull Construction
The video you are about to see may be something you’ve never seen before. A man hitting his boat with a hammer. That’s right, a genuine, nail pounding, hammer. That’s exactly what David does with HIS BOAT. Don’t try this at home (unless it’s a Twin Troller).