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Posted by fish4thepeck
8/8/2020 3:15 PM
Whats your favorite?
Posted by Oldman
8/9/2020 8:18 AM
wally world
Posted by camaro88z
8/9/2020 7:36 PM
Agree oldman cheap and last better for me than most others.
Posted by FishingwithRusty
8/10/2020 9:26 AM
pretty happy with my current set up:

the lithium and charging system i got from Danny at Stealth1, took about 250lbs out of the boat

for cranking im running 2 1000cca cranking batteries from batteries+ in parallel
Posted by N2Ratfishing
8/10/2020 3:02 PM
Duracell AGM's have proven to be the best I've run...especially given the price.

I have a 115 4S and two HDS7's so the group 27 is plenty for starting. I run a 80 pound Ultrex and have yet to go through the group 31's in a day.

Edited by N2Ratfishing 8/10/2020 3:03 PM
Posted by churly
8/11/2020 8:30 AM
Ive got the lithium trolling batteries in my boat and I am very impressed. Stay the heck away from the Interstate trolling batteries!
Posted by Mudman
8/11/2020 9:11 AM
If budget won’t allow lithium sams has Duracell as 2 Rat has said. Had mine 4 yrs and I’m thrilled with them. About $169 for AGM
Posted by jg1456
8/13/2020 8:24 AM
I've been looking at the Dakota Lithium batteries. They have a single 36 volt battery with a charger for $1500. Just curious how long it will hold up in heavy current or windy conditions? They have a 36 volt setup that's 3-12 volt batteries, but its $2400. Anyone running either one of these?

Edited by jg1456 8/13/2020 10:32 AM
Posted by FishingwithRusty
8/13/2020 9:00 AM
jg1456 - 8/13/2020 9:24 AM

I've been looking at the Dakota Lithium batteries. They have a single 36 volt battery with a charger for $1500. Just curious how long it will hold up in heavy current or windy conditions? They have a 36 volt setup that's 3-12 volt batteries, but its $2400. Anyone running either on of these?


im not running Dakota but am running a single 40ah 36v lithium that has showed no signs of letting up under heavy use but i also have an charge on the run system so it gets charged while i run. i think the single 36v battery is the better option for lithium unless you were going to go to two 36v lithium in parallel(which many of the pros do). the biggest test for my lithium will be this fall when i start fishing grass mats, ive found that to be far more taxing on trolling motor batteries than current or wind.
Posted by fish4thepeck
8/13/2020 10:31 PM
Anyone know anything about the X2 Power?
Posted by Justfishin
8/13/2020 11:44 PM
I have had the x2 for 2 years now. The are great the other battery’s would not run everything all day when I started running a 16 and a 12 units. The x2 I have not had any problem.
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