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08-11-2010 04:29 PM
Re: Lowrance images

Using a LSS-1 transducer on the trolling motor is more common than many realize. I helped Scap at Transducer Shield and Saver develop a combination 2D and LSS-1 transducer bracket for mounting on the trolling motor (can also be mounted on a step or jackplate). It even works with a Minnkota Universal Sonar model.

Side View of bracket:

bottom view:

Having StructureScan and DownScan on your trolling motor allows you precise information, the ability to scan and move the boat in the direction of the fish, structure, or cover, and allows you to spot schools of bait or fish to the sides that you would normally never see.

Marc Marcantonio
08-07-2010 01:03 AM
Ken Sauret
Re: Lowrance images

Yep, got a Minn Kota 101. It's a pretty long electric motor but still is pretty full. I used regular hose clamps not the bracket that Lowrance sells. I just haven't got one yet to try, soon.

08-06-2010 11:40 AM
Salty Dawg
Re: Lowrance images

So Ken....I have trolling motor envy....Cuz Now that I have another transducer and the bracket I find that my Motorguide82 tourguide ain't going to accomadate both the structure scan and the trans ducer for the must have 101 pounds of thrust or something to fit that array on there.... ....I'll get'm both on there I'll just have to stare at it a while until I figure out how I'm going to get them to cohabitate the trolling motor space.
07-22-2010 11:41 AM
Re: Lowrance images

Im going to try your advise and I will post some pics of my own
07-22-2010 12:06 AM
Salty Dawg
Re: Lowrance images

I was think'n the same thing.....those mold modifications could get done pro bono if ya show me how to do it without having to read.. ...I'm to laz...I mean busy to find and read

directions ..........
07-21-2010 07:28 PM
Re: Lowrance images

Holy crap ! your smart . I'm going to hire you to do it .
07-20-2010 06:50 PM
Re: Lowrance images

Originally Posted by bassman10.66
Hey Ober how did you get the pics of your HDS. Camera ?
Yours didn't come with a manual?
Page 77

Enable "Screen Capture" and then you just press the "Light/Power" button to save whatever is on your screen. They get saved to your meters hard-drive and you can copy them to a mmc card later on. Use a card reader to transfer the image(s) to your PC, host the pics on photobucket and Bob's your uncle
07-20-2010 06:35 PM
Re: Lowrance images

Hey Ober how did you get the pics of your HDS. Camera ?
07-20-2010 02:05 PM
Ken Sauret
Re: Lowrance images

Check out this link. Lowrance has a mount to attach the LSS-1 to the trolling motor, curved bottom for a flush mount.

I have an HDS 8 up front, couldn't go $600.00 more for a 10! You will need two black boxes since a module can only run one transducer. In my opinion get the LSS-1 for the front and get the largest HDS you can afford. If it's only a 7 that's where to compromise and later upgrade to a bigger screen unit. The Structure Scan on the front is more important information for me while I'm fishing than the size of the screen.

I don't know many people who put them on their trolling motor yet, but that's OK to me since it gives me an competitive advantage although it hasn't paid of yet, but it will.

07-19-2010 11:20 PM
Re: Lowrance images

I wondered if you needed 2 boxes to do it. It figures there's 1 input and 3 outputs on the thing, next year the box will have two "in's".

I'll take a cover for a motorguide and tell that machinist I need some molds modified also, easy mill work
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