Watersnake ASP Electric Motor with Kayak Bracket

Perfect for Kayaks and Little Boats !!

The Watersnake T18 Inflatable Boat Motor is the baby of all Watersnakes. It’s designed especially for kayaks, small dinghies and inflatable boats. It has an adjustable transom-mount fitting for easy attachment. There is a high and low speed control, a forward and reverse switch, and it features an anti-impact clip system in the mount. The two-blade propeller is a weedless design. It’s a lightweight motor offering the ultimate in portability and is available in saltwater and freshwater models, both with 18lb thrust and a 24″ (61cm) shaft

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Bill Dunn

About Bill Dunn

Me....well my first fishing memories are at lakes Entrance and Bright, both in Victoria with my family when I was about 10-12 years of age. Since I have always taken a rod and reel when away,and whilst never been good at it, i find it very relaxing. Yak fishing started for me when i was in my early 20's on the rivers and coastal areas around the ACT, I would take my fibreglass slalom kayak and a rod, tent etc.

About 6 years ago I got a bit more serious and started looking into yak fishing again and it didnt take me long to realise it was a fast growing version of the sport.

These days, I still live in Canberra, and a few kayaks on, I still find it theraputic and at the same time challanging. More recently I have been helping new comers into the sport with advice and tips on kayaks and set up, the fishing I leave to them.

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