Portable Motors for "Rampless" Fishing

June 15, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

As boat ramps get more crowded, motors that can be clamped onto transoms to give anglers power to travel long distances will get only more popular. “These portable kickers are commonplace on tidal rivers of the Georgia coast, the winding creeks and blackwater rivers of Pamlico and Albemarle and Currituck sounds, the bays and cuts of the upper Everglades, Matagorda Bay and Laguna Madre along the Texas coast. A causeway or a bridge approach plus a place to park is all you need.” Frank Sargeant in Shallow Water Angler magazine.