I've got a technical question maybe someone can help me with.... I've got a Grizzly 1648 aluminum boat and I am wanting to mount the transducer on the transom. However, I am a bit leary about drilling holes below the waterline on the transom. Currently, I only have a trolling motor on the boat, but in the future I plan on putting a small outboard motor on. Reading through some threads, I saw some suggestions of taking a block of wood/marine plastic/plastic cutting board etc. and using epoxy to secure it to the outside of the transom, then screwing the transducer onto it. This would eliminate drilling holes into the aluminum. Does this sound like a good idea? Would epoxy bond strong enough to hold the wood to the aluminum? Any suggestions on what kind of epoxy to use? There was also mention of C-clamping the wood onto the transom, but I didn't think that was aesthetically pleasing as epoxying a small block toward the bottom, the same size as the mounting bracket. Any other ideas? Any help would be greatly appreciated!