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How To Choose A Lithium Battery For My Trolling Motor?

If you are thinking about purchasing a Lithium Iron Phosphate (LifePO4) battery for a new trolling motor or maybe upgrading an existing system, you are probably thinking to yourself “How much juice do I need and how do I charge it?” We are here to help you with that. We obviously love selling lithium-ion batteries, but our goal is not to sell as many as possible. Our goal is to get the right equipment into the hands of the people who demand the highest performance available in a marine battery. 

How To Choose The Right Lithium Battery For Your Boat

The boat battery is one of the most important parts of your boat because it's what keeps everything running. The boat battery is also one of the more expensive investments that you'll make for your boat. You want to be sure that you're getting the best bang for your buck, which means understanding how batteries work and choosing a marine lithium ion battery or lithium trolling motor battery with features that are right for your boat. In this blog post, we will discuss how to choose the right boat battery so that you can put money back in your pocket instead of spending it on something subpar!

Check Out Our New Electric Fishing Reel Batteries

Looking to make kite fishing and bottom fishing more fun, more convenient and less complicated? Whether you’re a competitive angler, have a fishing guide business or are just out on the water for pleasure, our electric reel batteries will ensure you don't need to worry about getting tangled up in cords ever again. No plugs, no problems!

4 Reasons To Buy From Abyss Battery

Abyss Battery is constantly innovating and updating our stock to go beyond expectations for marine use. Our marine lithium batteries are designed with aquatic life in mind. It gets dark down there; as you explore the vast ocean blue, keep yourself safe and your view clear with high-quality lithium batteries from Abyss Battery

3 Reasons Why You Should Switch Over to Lithium Batteries

While a typical setup for a 36-volt trolling motor is to be backed up to three 12-volt marine batteries, a 36 volt lithium battery can singularly power a trolling motor and run at the same speed, twice as long, as the three conventional 100AH marine batteries. Additionally, conventional marine batteries lose voltage when they are drained, which can lower the thrust in the trolling motor.