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    Charging system, ALL IN CHARGE, etc.

    Anyone have any experience (good, bad, or ugly!) using the All In Charge, Stay In Charge, Tow In Charge systems? Any input/advice would be appreciated!

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    If you are just looking to keep the trolling batteries charged then the Minn Kota DC charger does a great job.
    Hans Deters

    1996 ChampioN Fishunter 190
    1996 Mariner 225 EFI
    1996 Mariner 9.9

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    Thanks!

  5. Member wmitch2's Avatar
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    Check out the Troll Bridge and Combiner. Charges your trolling batteries when the big motor is running and will pull juice from them if your start battery is low. I love mine

    http://www.yandina.com/index.htm
    Ranger Boats/Mercury Motors
    GLoomis Rods/Shimano Reels
    Lowrance/MinKota
    Pepper Jigs/Robo Worms

  6. Member skeeter03's Avatar
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    #5
    Have all in charge in currant boat and last one also. First unit went bad and wasn't charging but that was in 05. Was replaced and still worked in 15 when I got a new boat and added one to this one also. If you don't have the tow part it's only going to help a little unless you run a lot with the motor. I did it clause I couldn't always find a way to charge the batteries while on vacation
    2016 Skeeter Tzx190 Yamaha 175 SHO

  7. Mike Lamb
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    My last boat had Troll Bridge and Combiner. I loved it. It worked very well. When main motor is running it put juice back in the TM batteries.
    Michael Lamb
    2017 / Ranger 518c 200 Mercury Pro XS
    Raleigh, NC