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Nothing is more frustrating than breaking a trolling motor transducer fishing in shallow water. The pivot point on the transducer cracks or breaks and you are now officially without electronics. Worse yet, it could be dangling there right under the trolling motor foot and give you false readings or spook every fish within 10 miles. It can even cause a train wreck and associated screaming and yelling when trying to lift and secure the trolling motor if it binds up.

The Wee Vee transducer protector is a one size fits all deflection bracket that is easily installed with two marine grade stainless steel clamps and is angled to deflect off rocks, stumps and even grass. With hard objects it just bounces off, grass pushes to the side and allows the prop to chew through the remains more easily. Besides protecting the transducer it also gives extra life to the trolling motor skeg, shafts and props as well. They simply bounce over the object.

Transducers can cost hundreds of dollars and also the angler can lose valuable fishing time with repairs and maintenance. Not with the Wee Vee intalled. Those problems are over.

The Inside Scoop

Installation took less than 5 minutes. Note: It took as long to get it out of the box as it did to put it on.

Wee Vee is proudly made in the USA and costs $34.95.

It fits all sizes of trolling motors and comes in black, white and stainless steel colors.

You can order one online at http://www.transducerarmor.com/

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