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Discussion in 'Boat Tips' started by kyjake, Feb 16, 2008.
What features makes a boat a 'backtroller'?
The New Lund 1825 Pro Guide I ordered is from what i have been told a Great back troller.
Hard corner to hold the water when back trolling . Tiller motor for boat control.
Deep V in front to hold the boat on course. Also the flat back transom catches the water and allows the motor to hold the boat on line.
Not a lot of info but some.
Am trying to buy a used boat and am seeing several with the designation.
Sounds like good features.Are there any drawbacks with it as far as you know?
Not that I know of.
Must be a used Walleye boat your looking at?
What kind is it?
i have a sylvan backtroller. and, I'm still not sure what it means. lol. great river boat. it holds well in current. see the photo's linked to my profile..
I am just checking classifieds and the net for a heavier 14' v that will be fairly stable in the river and bays in Florida when the wind is not up too much.One of the boats that I am to look at is a Sylvan.Will try to find your picture.