Boat Mounting

Tracker Boats

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Tracker Boats utilize an angle bracket with stainless steel carriage boats.  Special note for Targa Boat owners.  The width of the gunnel requires a 15 inch baseplate in front of the console or an 18 inch baseplate behind the console.  Other Tracker boats with rails up to 5" wide can use an 8.25 inch basplate

Lowe, G3 and War Eagle

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Mounting for Lowe, G3 and War eagle boats uses the Brocraft 45 or 90 degree bracket.  Baseplate is mounted using nylon cap screws.  This mounting is easily moved to various points on the boat.  

Lund

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Lund boats are best served with the rail bracket made by Cisco Fishing Systems.  Available in both the 90 degree or the 42 degree angle depending on your particular boat rail.

Pedestal Mounted Baseplates

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Pedestal mounting is excellent when a mount is desired but you do not want to drill into the finished top of the boat.   Mounting into the floor with a pedestal and spanning over the edge is a great solution.  Pedestals can be made to any height up to about 8 inches.  Be sure to tell us the height needed with about 1/4 inch to clear the top of the boat and the distance from the mounting location to the outer rub rail of the boat (to determine baseplate length).

Clamping systems

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We are able to utilize clamps made by TightLok for aluminum boats.  There are 3 sizes including one for tube rails

Sub Plate Mounted

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Sub plates are the easiest mounting system.  Placing a sub plate on any flat 4x4 inch square area of the boat.  These plates are generally mounted to flat spots on the gunnel of the boat or the trolling motor deck.  Mounting subplates on either side of the boat will allow the main baseplate assembly to be used in multiple locations depending on current wind and structure locations.