*NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE ON MINN-KOTA EDGE OR MOTORGUIDE PRO MODELS*
Endorsed and proven by Gerald "G-Man" Swindle.
The patented G-Force™ Handle is a quantum leap improvement in trolling motor replacement rope technology.
This trolling motor replacement release & lift system is a rugged, nylon jacketed stainless steel cable with a large comfortable cushioned grip handle which solves the problem of the cheap lift & release ropes on today’s trolling motors. Endorsed by B.A.S.S. Elite Pro “G-Man” Gerald Swindle , this is the last lift & release system you will need to buy.
As trolling motors become more powerful, complex, and heavy, the lift systems from the manufacturers have not kept pace. Too often fishermen are faced with broken ropes and handles often in critical times, especially tournament guys. The G-Force™ Handle solves that problem once and for all. Fits most models and makes. The G-Force™ Handle comes complete with a hook-n-loop strap to secure to the motor shaft while underway. This product will last and can lift in the most difficult situations.
Available in Black or Red.
NEW for late 2015: The new GFH-CA1R-DP is a G-Force handle for the latest in digital / wireless trolling motors that attaches with a clamp on the shaft of the trolling motor. This is great for saltwater boat applications, such as bay boys, and for walleye boat applications. The clamp on this new G-Force Cable & Handle fit the shafts of either Minn Kota or Motorguide. This gives you the ability to use a comfortable and easy to reach handle to lift the motor, instead of using the head of the unit. Ths clamp on model is designed to fit Minn Kota Terrova, Riptide, and Auto Pilot , as well as the MotorGuide Xi5.
Key Press about the G-Force™ Product (click each to view):
Gerald Swindle Video detailing the G-Force at the I-CAST show - by Advanced Angler
BASSEAST YouTube about G-Force featuring Gerald Swindle
BASSMASTER Twitter about G-Force
Kevin VanDam on the G-Force Trolling Motor Cable
BRAD WIEGMAN OUTDOORS - Step by Step Installation Picture Guide