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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.
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Emery - St. Louis MO
Since childhood, I’ve enjoyed spending my spare time bonding with nature and savoring its beaut. My fondest memories include casting a line into the cool, shrouded mists of the morning waters, feeling the warmth of the day’s sun upon my back and marveling at the waning, dappled sunlight—that magical time near dusk where the fish come alive. Sharing lunch and bragging rights with a close friend was just as important as a full fishing creel. There is no better way to spend a summer afternoon that losing track of time talking about which fish fought the hardest, jumped the highest and that really big one that “got away”. These are my most treasured memories on the water—the simple pleasures of fishing. Owning an X10 Twin Troller has taken me back to those good old days as well as opened up an exciting new frontier of fishing.
Here in Missouri there are hundreds of seldom-fished, electric-only conservation lakes. Small, gorgeous lakes up to 100 acres where regulations do not allow boats equipped with gas motors to be put onto the water. The result is an astounding amount of pristine lakes full of big, hungry bluegill, redear sunfish, crappie, bass and catfish. Many of these lakes are very rustic and natural. Access is usually by way of a small, winding gravel road leading to a solitary ramp. Around the lake, overhanging trees attract fish looking for insects as they fall into the water. Most of these lakes have several small coves full of sunken timber, lily pads and many types of aquatic growth. This abundance of natural cover provides a great backdrop for observing deer drinking at the water’s edge, the occasional lone eagle flying overhead or the loud splash of a hungry bass. It’s an experience to behold.
As panfish hunters, my wife and I specifically target these smaller, secluded lakes, following the most off-the-beaten paths to locate these fat and sassy fish. That path leads directly towards fish-holding cover. Unfortunately, the vast amount of aquatic structure that fosters such a healthy ecosystem makes it nearly impossible to fish from the bank. Only the few easily accessed areas (such as the boat ramp or lakeside edge of the campground) are within reach of the bank fisherman. And, as one would expect, those are the first areas to be “fished out”. The few fish remaining in the area having built up a stubborn reluctance to take most baits and lures. This creates a quandary for the fisherman on-foot, and as the old-timers would recommend, you need to “fish where the others ain’t”. This is exactly what our X10 allows us to do. I consider it our key to accessing these small, hidden fishing gems.
The X10 excels in allowing you to fish deep into cover, reaching those fish that seldom see a hook or line. We’re no longer forced to stop at the edge of cover; rather, we continue straight to the heart of the most brushy, stump-covered coves the great outdoors has to offer. Using the X10’s intuitive foot controls to silently glide over submerged cover and thread through heavy standing timber, we’re able to keep our hands free to fish. This makes every trip more productive. Of the eighteen outings we have taken in our X10 this year, it has never failed to gain us comfortable, reliable access to those seldom-fished hot-spots.
After just a few hours of fishing in solitude on such a tranquil lake, you realize the X10 is truly in its element by offering a combination of features that no other small-body fishing boat can. Although stability and durability are some of the many features of this boat, I would like to expand upon the benefit most important to us: more fishing with less frustration. Anyone who has taken a canoe, kayak or Jon boat fishing on a windy day has experienced the frustration of battling the wind. The X10 has finally allowed us to tame the dreaded windy fishing day. All the time and effort spent counter-steering, dropping anchors (and scaring fish), hauling wet ropes in and out of the boat, has been eliminated. We now leave the anchor at home and reserve the extra space for a larger cooler, spare battery, or our dog, Bruiser. Steering the low-profile hull using slight peddle movements (instead of a motor tiller or paddle) is now second-nature. As a result of freeing our hands we spend much more time fishing and actually CATCHING fish.
The X10 does everything we ask, but if I were to caution the potential owner about one thing, it would be this: If you invest in an X10, be prepared to meet new people. It’s quite common for fellow fishermen to stop and ask questions about the boat. They will approach you at the dock, on the water, and if you haul it around on a small trailer as I do, in parking lots. Many of them ask if they can take a picture. Some end up on their hands and knees studying the recessed, weedless motors.
I once walked out of a store after purchasing some night crawlers to discover an older gentleman carefully studying our boat. I introduced myself and he said he was retired and looking for a small fishing boat that would be easy for him to manage with his wife or grandson on their fishing trips. When he pointed to the transom and asked where the motor was, I feigned surprise and said in a panicked voice, “Oh no! It must have fallen off! Did you see it in the road? Which way did you come?” After a few moments in which he sincerely offered to help me find it, I could no longer contain my laughter. It was then that I showed him the “motor” was safe and secure; both of them mounted solidly under the boat and protected by the weed-grates. I also showed him how the foot controls worked to move the boat around similar to a zero-turn mower or Bobcat. We both had a laugh while he took some pictures of our boat and wished us well on the trip.
In parting, I leave you with this; If your idea of the perfect fishing trip involves a hint of exploration and a dash of adventure down the freshwater “path less traveled”, call up a good buddy, grab your tackle and head out in an X10 Twin Troller.
Emery Ransom, proud X10 Twin Troller owner
Randy Aab - Trout Slayer - Pagosa Springs Colorado
THE PERFECT BOAT
Last year we bought a lake house high in the mountains in southern Colorado that included fishing rights (only for electric boats), on 13 small lakes ranging in size from 50 – 200 acres/lake. The lakes are stocked and abundant with Black Bass, Rainbow Trout and Crappie. I initially fished the lake with a canoe, a kayak and a dinghy all borrowed from my neighbor. All three were unstable, uncomfortable, and as clumsy as I am, it was a only a matter of time before I knew I was going to be wet.
I went to the internet and started researching electric boats and was lucky enough to chose the Twin Troller. I ordered the Fisherman’s model, the dolly and the cover even though I remained a bit skeptical because I thought the price was a bit too cheap compared to similar boats on the market. . Cover and dolly arrived within 10 days of ordering, the boat took about 6 weeks to deliver. There was no delay in the delivery on Freedom Electric’s part but once it arrived at the local trucking company they decided to hold it and wait for more packages to deliver in our fairly remote area. After 4 weeks I called Freedom Electric looking for the boat. Frank and Dave provided great follow up and really bird-dogged the trucking company to get them to deliver it it to me. I unpacked it and had it on the dolly the evening it was delivered.
Once on the dolly I had to move it about 100 yards down a paved street and then another 50 yard over a small grassy slope to the lake. The counterbalance design of the trolly made it extremely easy to move. (My wife is 5 ft tall and weighs 95 lbs and she moved it with no problem at all!!) . The Twin Troller was super easy to launch directly off the bank and now it was time to learn how to drive it. It took maybe ten minutes to get used to the foot pedals but once you get the hang of it, it is by far the most maneuverable boat on the market. Battery life is as advertised 6-8 hours.
The Twin Troller is truly designed for a comfortable fishing experience. Construction is solid and durable. Boat stability is remarkable. Seats are soft and swivel easily. Rod and drink holders are a great extra especially when trolling. Ruler could be longer (I’m catching bigger fish than 16″). Fish finder is good but an upgrade should be offered.
Because we are in Trout country the majority of the fishing is fly fishing and the Twin Troller is the envy of the lakes. It doesn’t matter how good of fly fisherman you are, it takes two hands to fly fish and this is where the Twin Troller surpasses all other boats on the market. The ability to hands free manuver in order to get that fly in just the perfect spot can only be done with the Twin Troller. There are other boats on the lakes that are similar in appearance but all are powered with standard trolling motors requiring the use of at least one hand. Since seeing the Twin Troller I have had several of the local fly fisherman asking me where to get it.
I have fished with the Twin Troller one season now and it has turned out to be the perfect boat for me and our area. I have since bought the trailer (easy to assemble good value) and will be bringing the boat in for the winter next week. Next season I will branch out to larger lakes and plan on ordering the Honda outboard motor which is needed if you are going to fish larger lakes.
I have never given a product endorsement before even on good products I have used, In the Twin Trollers case I am more than willing to get the word out on a boat that is not only extremely well engineered but is truly remarkable in every sense.
Jerry, Loving life in Arizona
Love everything about the “Twin Troller”, the versatility, the capability to hold or get into a tough spot, the stability!
I tell passengers you will fall out of the boat, well before the twin troller will tip over!
I have attached a picture of me holding a 10.2 largemouth bass, caught and released October 2015 on Lake Saguaro in AZ.
I love my twin troller because it’s hands free fishing. I caught the
Biggest bass of my life this year and my twin troller helped make it happen.
I was able to net an 8 pound bass and maneuver my boat without
The worries of a normal boat.
I had the bass on the line in one hand
And my net in the other… My feet helped me keep my boat in position.
It allows me to get into small water places that I could not get with a larger boat, and it is easy to control while fishing.
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
I really enjoy taking my children and grandchildren Crappie fishing at the Lake of the Ozarks.
This boat is very steady on the water. Particularly on a large lake. Great one-on-one time with a grandchild! Especially like readily storing the boat in my garage and still fit two vehicles.
This boat is rugged and I can launch and reload it my self. Under windy conditions at boat launch ramp, a second person is helpful to more easily load boat. I like the hands free fishing when using the twin trollers.
The optional Honda outboard readily moves the boat to more distant coves on a large lake.
Even my wife enjoys driving the twin trollers just for sightseeing with the boat – she is not a fisherman.
Karl - Illiana Fishing - Southern Indiana
I’ve had my Twin Troller X10 for just over a year. 2015 being the first full year of fishing with it. What a year of fishing. Several trips to local lakes as well as traveling to the next state over to meet my cousin for more great fishing. This brings me to the first reason I love my TTX10, transportability. When I’m ready to go fishing, I roll the TTX10 on its dolly to the back of my pickup. Put the bow on the tailgate and lift it right into the bed. Couple ratchet straps and away I go. Its really that easy.
My cousin and I have had several great fishing trips this year. Two rivers and a canal come to mind. We would head upstream and then drift back with the current. Mind you, these weren’t raging rivers or anything, but they had a steady flow. Reason two and three for why I love my TTX10, trolling motors and 180 degree fishability. The twin motors propelled us upstream with no problems. When we fish together on the TTX10, we sit back to back which allows each of us 180 degrees of unobstructed visibility. We could cover a lot more area on the rivers and canal.
Occasionally, everyone gets snagged on something. The last two reasons I love my TTX10, maneuverability and zero turn capability. As long as my lure or my cousins lure isn’t to deep or caught in a tree hanging over the river, we’ll get the lure back. I can maneuver the TTX10 forwards and backwards, right up to the dead branch or vegetation and retrieve the lure. This is a very handy attribute of the TTX10. After undoing a snag, I can use the zero turn capability to return to our previous location. What a great feature!
I could think of several more reasons why I love my TTX10, but these are my top five reasons I love my Twin Troller X10! It really is the World’s best fishing boat!
I fish the Rivanna Reservoir about twice a week with a friend using my Twin Troller. This is a riverine reservoir with poor launch facilities and poor access except by boat. The reservoir is restricted, no gasoline motors are allowed. We have worked hard to determine how to catch bass in this body of water, and have had a lot of success lately with catches of up to 30 fish a day (all released to bite again) up to 3 pounds.
The Twin Troller allows us to maneuver around the laydowns and into the coves, some of which are protected by a sand bar at a depth of only about two feet. The occasional breeze does not bother us because of the capability provided by the two motors. We can nearly always get to where the bite is and hold there. I love this boat!
Richie Klein - Springfield Va
The little boat that goes into big and small places. I can fish in very shallow water and very small water such as feeder streams. I love using the foot controls and keeping my hands free to do what is needed to cast or land fish.
I have had many people stop and ask how are you controlling that boat ? We have been watching and you never use your hands, you go forward and backwards and turn in tight circles. This often leads to a short demo of what the boat can do.
I have used the boat in very large lakes and get a long fishing day with the battery. The boat is easy to haul on a small trailer and it fits into the smallest ponds.
Ron - Georgetown, KY
Having just completed my 7th outing, I can say I’m starting to settle in with my Twin Troller. It wonderful for fishing the creek near my house as my TT let’s me fish in areas I always wanted to reach and I’m catching fish.
John Delich - RISS LAKE
My home lake is a private 135 acre NO INTERNAL COMBUSTION lake with a pristine shoreline. Marina slips are 41,000.00 a year and I have had my fill of rent at that price.
My Twin Trolley is perfect for me as I live about 3 minutes from the launch ramp. The boat is in my spare garage stall and always on a charger – so I’m ready to go ANYTIME!
I couldn’t have found a better solution for my lake and I’m very happy with my boat.
Gerald - Granddad Kirmey
I was searching the stores and world wide web for a small two or three man fishing boat that would have the features and quality I wanted, not “break the bank” and yet easy enough for me to haul and launch on my own. Those are some of the things you think about when you’re 64 years old.
Once my eyes and ears saw and heard Frank Jones’ Twin Troller X10 so well advertised by David via the videos; I was sold! Some retirement monies got carved off for this baby!
Everywhere I go peoples’ heads are turned as I’m asked questions about my boat and it’s workings and where they can find out more about it. It’s so nice not having to tend to your trolling motor. You can just fish. I’ve even had my 86 year old father out on it fishing with me.
Now you probably figured that you can see why I like my boat so much but hold on! My Twin Troller X10 has brought grand children even closer with me as we go out on the boat and they drive / sail as well as my wife. Yes, my wife likes to fish but does not like to lift a canoe on top of the car…but I can’t do it by myself. She often would not want to paddle and surely hated it when she flipped us over in the boat. No worries…as she thought she was drowning I told her …stand up!! It was only three feet of water near the shore. She says she loves the Twin Troller because she doesn’t have to lift a thing, doesn’t have to paddle, not shift her weight the wrong way, stay still, don’t stand up yet, do it easy or get cramped, uncomfortable or get yelled at. Get yelled at!? Yup, that what she says I used to do. Now she smiles and smiles and smiles even more as we get to take Nyla our skittish female Rottweiler with trust issues who is completely at home it our Twin Troller X10 with its’ rotomolded stability! The dog loves to see her fishy friends come out of the water as well the other people in boats. They both love the adventures on the water weather we’re catching fish or not.
Enjoy the sun, your lunch and a spot of tea. What a blessing! This is the worlds best happy fisherman’s wife boat!
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
I have been fishing out of small boats for over 50 years, but, my Twin Troller X10 is the most stable, most maneuverable, most comfortable and most durable boat that I have seen. Even the X10’s trailer is perfectly designed to launch and load the boat with ease.
Most of my trips in the X10 are solo. However, I enjoy operating my X10 with a guest on board. I put my guest in the bow seat so that I can keep an eye on them and they can enjoy the best seat for fishing. If the guest is an experienced angler, I let them face forward, then, I maneuver the boat so that they have the first and best opportunities to cast toward prime fishing spots. If my guest is a novice, I have them face me, so that I can help them when they need a little instruction. The aft position for the Twin Troller foot pedals allows operation of the electric motors, and the little Honda outboard from the same helm seat position. For trolling, I lock the throttle and steering on the Honda, and use the foot pedals to steer the X10.
I always love telling people about my X10’s propulsion system, and how the tunnels contribute to the boat’s remarkable stability. The Twin Troller X10 has to be the world’s most feature-rich 10 ft. boat!
What’s not to love?
We love to RV in Branson, MO, camping on Lake Taneycomo. The lake is stocked with brown and rainbow trout just below Lake Table Rock Dam. Boat rentals are available and that was our way to get on the water to fish. After watching another couple unload and assemble a 2 man pond boat, the decision was made to look into the two man fishing boats. That’s when I discovered the TTX10. It was the perfect boat to fill our needs on the river and allow us to fish on our time schedule, not the rental hours schedule. Our “boat in the box” arrived and it was quickly assembled along with the Smith trailer. Now ready for our next Branson outing. We drift fish for rainbow and brown trout in the continuous flow of Lake Taneycomo. The foot controls make it easy to keep the Twin Troller in a sideway position while drifting. We soon discovered returning upstream took too much time away from fishing. Our next outing included the Honda outboard. The outboard now allows us to go upstream at a much quicker pace saving the battery and giving us more time to fish. Highly recommend the Outboard option. We load and unload our Twin Troller at the boat ramp with our Smart Car, heads turn with big smiles. Great little boat for our needs.
Our TTX10 really paid for itself earlier this spring when our weekend lake received record rains and flooded. Lake Texoma set a new flood level and our boat dock came off its pencils along with others in our cove. With ramp roads flooded and closed, we put our TT into service unloading where roads now entered into the water. TT allowed us to ferry through the trees and flooded debris to check on our dock and keep it secure for most of the summer until the water finally receded and our boat dock was moved back into place.
Dicky - Ruston, LA
Awesome machine, especially with an eight lb redfish on the line in twelve inches of brackish water giving me the “cajun sleighride”. Great by myself or with my wife and dog, Elvis as depicted in the picture.
Kevin - Small Acerage Pond Fisherman - Schulenburg Texas
I truly enjoy my Twin Troller every chance I get, which now that I’m retired, is just about anytime the bass are calling me. However, as it turns out, I get as much enjoyment from putting it in the water when my adult children and their kids come for visits. My oldest daughter of three and her husband love to fish and tend to do so every time they come over from San Antonio, if at all possible and weather permitting. But, all my five grandkids love to fish as well and always enjoy taking a ride in my Twin Troller. With that said, my favorite story to tell involving our Twin Troller is likely not one that you’ll want to share with everyone out there considering the purchase of one of these great little fishing boats, since it involves my wife falling out of it. The instance of her falling overboard into the pond was certainly not the fault of the boat, rather just a fluke occurrence involving my clumsiness and likely a rather poor decision on her part. One late afternoon, with the sun about to set in the western sky, I asked my wife “Would you like to take a short boat ride on the pond to watch the sunset?”. Her response was a resounding “Yes” and then said “I’ve actually never taken a ride in your Twin Troller.”, for which I was actually very surprised to realize since we’d owned the boat for over a year at the time. So, we went down to our floating dock where the Twin Troller was tied up and I helped her into the back seat. I then untied the boat from the dock and went to step into the front of the boat when my flip flop caught on one of the cleats on the dock (lesson learned, never ware flip flops when boarding a boat). I stumbled a bit and came very close to taking a dip myself. As I clung to the dock with one foot in the water and struggled to right myself, the boat began to push away from the dock. My wife, watching me, decided it would be a good idea to lean over and try to grab the dock and in doing so caused the small Twin Troller to lean enough in that direction to dump her fully into the pond. Well, I did get myself into the boat with only one lower leg wet, and then managed to help her get up the dock ladder and safely back onto the dock. After we took inventory and determined she hadn’t lost her glasses, shoes, jewelry, etc., we had a good laugh about it all, she got back into the boat and we took a very nice leisurely ride in the Twin Troller while the sun set on another fantastic day on our small 10 acre farm. That incident occurred probably a year or so ago and we still find ourselves telling the story occasionally and laughing about it every time we do. I love bass fishing and it is always better doing so casting toward the pond’s edge rather than out away from it, which my Twin Troller provides an excellent platform to do so from.
Rick - Small Lake Addict - SC
Built a house on a small lake in South Carolina. I wanted to downsize my boat so I sold by big bassboat and did research to find the best small boat. This led me to the Twin Troller which I purchased. I made the right choice. A convenient, quality built boat that is “all day” comfortable to fish from. I can spend all day fishing from the Twin Troller and not be fatigued or sore. I fished all day in the wind and rain and was comfortable. The boat is everything as advertised.
A great choice for me. I just roll the Twin Troller down to my backyard lake and off I go.
Ron - Green Bay, Wi.
I am able to get to area’s I was never able to get to before. The boat is easy to control & I can launch & recover by myself. I just like it.
A friend of mine tried it out with me & like I told another friend, “It carried two old fat men just fine”.
Each time I take it out I get a little more used to it. It is also fun to watch the faces of other people when your cruising along & they cannot figure out how your moving with no motor.
At one lake A friend of mine was just launching my boat when another boat was just being recovered. My buddy asked him if his boat was about $30,000 & the guy replied it was about twice that. Asked if they had caught any fish & they replied no. We came back about an hour later with a nice stringer of fish. Yep, love my boat.
I love the size of the twin Troller for moving in and out of the little coves I fish in. It’s so stable that I can move between the front and back seats with no trouble.For storage it cant be beat as it’s small size and weight are very easy to move around.
I love the twin trolling motors that give me the opportunity to use both hands for fishing while I maneuver my Twin Troller.
I also love how shallow the Twin Troller can get which allows me to get to spots that have little to no fishing.
When I’m in my boat I feel like I’m part of the lake . looking down in the water watching the life under me.
I have boated and fished all my life but never enjoyed small bodies of water like this before. The amazing hands free guiding of this boat is incredible, all your focus can be on fishing. This boat is a little pricey but the first time you use it you know it’s worth every penny.
Griff - Central Georgia
The Twin Troller has been a blessing for me I’m disable and got to where I could not handle my large boat. Plus the bodies of water I am able to fish now are much closer, that translates to less gas. Also less travel time. It is a very versatile boat and can handle a lot of weight. I of course bought the trailer. I love this boat and I catch a lot of fish out of it.
I’m almost 80 years old. I have been fishing for at least 75.
My military and civilian experiences took me to 72 countries. I was fortunate in having the opportunity to fish in several of them in a variety of craft. I’m down to two boats. I gave my canoe to the Boy Scouts, leaving a bay and Twin Troller with the Honda ob.
My Troller is the most comfortable and stable bass/bream boat I have ever used. I have used it in the VERY shallow upper Neuse for cat fish where a normal boat could not operate.
One day at a lake, I rescued an 18′ bass boat that had caught fire.I towed it a 1/2 mile using only the twins.There were no other boats on the lake. I absolutely recommend this unique boat. Launching, fishing, retrieving are cake walks with the Troller.
Anyone wanting the ideal fishing machine should buy the Twin Troller.
J. David - Bream Expert
I really enjoy my Twin Troller. It is very comfortable, safe and easy to manipulate in the trees and
stumps of Lake Conway.
I always have several fishermen wanting to look it over?
I have owned several boats in the storied life catching fish, but the Twin Troller is definitely my favorite when I go
Michael J. Stengel - Twin Troller Enthusiast - Bardstown,Ky.
I purchased the Twin Troller in July of 2015. Everywhere I fished there were always these two questions asked. Where is the trolling motor and how do you steer it. I was always happy to answer there questions.
I took it down to Dale Hollow Lake in September for a week of fishing. Still more questions which I was more than happy to answer. One couple thought somebody was trying to play a joke on them when they saw me in a picture on Facebook fishing out of it. The couple finally saw me really fishing out of it. They asked me if it was well built,sturdy and could it be flipped over easily? I stood up on the side of the boat with waves hitting the side and stood there talking to them. They were both impressed so much that they went and looked it up on line right there.
You have a very fine quality product and I thank you very much.
Many Thanks Michael J. Stengel
On Mott Lake, Fort Bragg, NC, I “rescued” an 18′ bass boat stranded because of fire. I towed the boat 3/4 mlle to the landing using only the electric motors.
I fish the upper Neuse River from below Goldsboro to Kinston,NC. When the river is low…sometimes only 18″ or less in places, I use the Twin Troller with the 2 HP Honda instead of my 17′ bay boat.