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Hello everyone. After a killer trip in which we caught 22 bass on Friday, we returned to the same out of the way spot on Saturday. The water level, which was already low, had dropped some more. We managed to get into the area we wanted to fish, but on the way out my trolling motor hit an underwater log (no, I was not going fast at all) and the fiberglass shaft snapped.

Question for you guys.....who would you recommend to repair a trolling motor in the Greenville area (Kinston, New Bern, Goldsboro, Wilson and Washington are all within 45 minutes)? If they are open on Saturday it's a plus. The trolling motor in a Minnkota Riptide.

Thanks for the input.
 

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they nailed it... and if youre ever down in the aurora, Bayboro, Arapahoe, oriental area and have trouble call Capt Dave (Pamlico tackle on this site) he is a certified repair shop for minn kota.[h=1]Minnesott Beach Bait & Tackle[/h][h=2][/h]36 Country Club Dr
Minnesott Beach, NC 28510 (252) 249-1786
 
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