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If Budweiser is the King of Beers, then the Terrova is the King of Trolling Motors. This incredible machine is far and away the most popular freshwater trolling motor on the market today. Fishermen love it for its reliability, its well-designed one-hand stow and deploy with Lift-Assist, and for the versatile features enabled by i-Pilot or i-Pilot Link such as “spot lock," "iTracks" and "jog." Redesigned for 2017 to include more accurate GPS and additional functionality.
We just love it because it sells itself. A quick Google search and you can spend your day reading endless positive reviews about the Terrova. Equally impressive is that more and more cable-steer guys are making the switch to this electric steer alternative. The responsive foot pedal teamed up with the intuitive i-Pilot remote makes this a compelling choice and enables you to fish in all sorts of interesting ways. Comes standard with a Wired Foot Pedal, Digital Maximizer, Weedless Wedge 2 prop and a two-year warranty. Also available with AutoPilot, i-Pilot, i-Pilot Link, and US2 Sonar. To learn more, grab our FREE Trolling Motor Buyer's Guide.
Terrova 80 Full Details
Medium to large freshwater v-hull, bass, pontoon and general fishing boats up to 23'. The 80 lbs thrust motor is recommended for boats weighing up to 4,000lbs. For more help picking the right thrust level - or to learn how much your boat weighs - please refer to our thrust guide.
How It's Unique
The Terrova series is a step-up from the Powerdrive line of motors. While both models are compatible with AutoPilot/CoPilot/i-Pilot/i-Pilot Link accessories, only the Terrova line offers the ability to use a foot pedal AND a wireless CoPilot or i-Pilot controller simultaneously. Additionally, Terrova includes a unique mount that features an easy-to-use lever for one-hand stowing of the trolling motor and offers thrust options of 55, 80 and 112 lbs. For a better understanding of foot pedal compatibility, please see our Foot Pedal Compatibility Chart. For a comparison between the Terrova and PowerDrive motors please our Comparison Guide.
We recommend the PowerDrive V2 trolling motor for fishermen who are looking for a value-priced motor that is compatible with AutoPilot/CoPilot/i-Pilot/i-Pilot Link accessories and don't need to simultaneously control the motor with a foot pedal. PowerDrive is available in 45, 55 and 70 lb thrust levels.
Shaft lengths of 45", 60" and 72" are available for Terrova 80 motors. For help selecting a shaft length, please see our shaft guide.
Variable Speed Motor, Electric Foot Pedal, Lift-Assist, Heading Sensor, Bluetooth Smartphone App, Digital Maximizer, Built-In Battery Gauge, Weedless Wedge Prop, Composite Shaft. (Learn about these features)
This motor is bolted directly to the bow of the boat using the included mounting hardware, and requires drilling into the boat for installation. Ideally, it's best to have access to the underside of the mounting platform in order to secure and fasten the bolting hardware. However, if accessing the underside is impossible you can use no access bolts to secure the motor from the top. For more information see our compatibility and mounting guides or download motor installation instructions and heading sensor instructions.
13.94" length x 8.52" width
Motor Voltage and Batteries:
Power Lead Length:
Pedal Cord Length:
What Is Included:
- Terrova 80 trolling motor
- Foot pedal and/or i-Pilot remote (depending on model selected)
- Heading Sensor
- Power leads
- Mounting hardware
- Owners manual
What Else Is Required:
2 Marine Batteries, Battery Charger, Circuit Breaker (Recommended)
50 amps at maximum speed
Motor Run Time:
Important Note: As you likely won't be running your trolling motor perpetually, the actual amount of on-the-water time a motor should allow will be substantially longer than times listed. Actual motor run time can vary depending on conditions (winds, waves, etc) and the type of battery used. Listed below are run-time estimates assuming a 100 amp hour rated battery. To learn more, please see our article on calculating motor run time.
- 20+ Hours: At slow, trolling speeds that draw 5 amps or less
- 4 Hours: Approx. run time with throttle 50% open
- 2 Hours: Approx. run time with the motor at full throttle
Stow and Deploy Method:
Terrova's redesigned stow and deploy system includes a one hand (or foot) lever with a lift-assist mechanism that carries the weight of the motor. Simply push down on the lever and the motor easily stows.
Motor Steering Method:
The motor is steered via the included foot pedal which can control motor speed and direction. If the CoPilot or i-Pilot accessories are purchased, Terrova can also be controlled via wireless remote control. Note: If a CoPilot or i-Pilot wireless remote is installed, the foot pedal will function. The Terrova is the only Minn Kota motor that offers the ability to use a foot pedal AND a wireless CoPilot or i-Pilot controller simultaneously.
An adjustable depth collar makes it easy to set how deep the shaft and propeller sit in the water.
All Terrova motors have a variable speed motor. Learn more about fixed vs. variable speed motors.
The motor's composite shaft caries a lifetime guarantee. If it's ever broken - regardless of the circumstances - Minn Kota will replace it at no charge. The rest of the motor caries a two year warranty backed up by hundreds of local Minn Kota service centers across the country. View Details Here
Box dimensions and weight vary by motor:
Model 1358811 - 10"H x 18"W x 74"L WT: 59.2lbs
Model 1358860 - 10"H x 18"W x 67"L WT: 38.0lbs
Model 1358861 - 10"H x 18"W x 74"L WT: 59.2lbs
Model 1366161 - 10"H x 18"W x 74"L WT: 59.2lbs
Model 1358864 - 10"H x 18"W x 68"L WT: 58.0lbs
Model 1358865 - 10"H x 18"W x 74"L WT: 60.0lbs
Model 1358866 - 10"H x 18"W x 68"L WT: 58.0lbs
Model 1358867 - 10"H x 18"W x 74"L WT: 60.0lbs
Terrova 80 Reviews
17' Bass Boat
My trolling motor was clearly outdated and I needed to modernize. Problem was, I couldn’t find enough information to determine what trolling motor features I wanted/needed, how it would mount, would it fit my boat, etc. Then I found TrollingMotors.net. I commend them on the information they have amassed (particularly for do-it-yourselfers). They offer FAR more information than the trolling motor manufacturers. After much reading and research I was down to either the new Ultrex or the Terrova. Since the Ultrex was unavailable I ordered the Terrova. It arrived quickly and in good condition. I was replacing a cable drive trolling motor on my 10 year old 17’ bass boat. Installation was fairly straightforward. Had to do some disassembly of the boat to gain access underneath the front deck but it was worth it to avoid use of “no access bolts”. Had two problems with mounting of the heading sensor. First, I failed to notice that it had to be 24” from the trolling motor. Had some magnetic interference and had to remount it (correctly this time). Second, I used the Heading Sensor Installation Instructions that show the sensor being wired directly to power, no mention of a fuse. Later I noticed in the Terrova Owner’s Manual that it specifies a 1 amp fuse for installation. Went back and added the fuse. Well worth the effort since a replacement sensor is $150. I’ve used the Terrova on several fishing trips now and, in general, I love it. After getting on the water I quickly realized that I had to totally change my approach to trolling motor use. Main problem is that the foot pedal sucks compared to a cable drive. Sorry, but it does (hence the popularity of the new Ultrex). The trick is to use the automatic features of the Terrova and touch the foot pedal as little as possible. Many online reviewers stated they used the i-Pilot remote almost exclusively and I understand why. Fortunately the remote is fairly intuitive and quite easy to use. On the water: A characteristic of an electric motor is that it develops full torque instantly. On my old trolling motor the result was a **** when the motor was started. The higher the speed setting, the greater the ****. The very first thing I noticed on the Terrova is that, regardless of the speed setting, the motor starts slowly and then ramps up its speed. Verrry smooth! We do two types of fishing: Taking the grandsons bluegill fishing; here the problem is wind and the “spot lock” feature with “jog” is the solution. It works well. Not perfect, but plenty good enough to make this kind of fishing far, far, more enjoyable. The Terrova requires maybe 5% of the effort of my old trolling motor. I my case, this feature alone is worth the cost of the trolling motor. Most of our serious fishing is for trout on Lake Taneycomo (SW Missouri). The upper lake where we fish is the tailrace from Tablerock Dam. With high power generation, the current can be bodacious. The solution here is Autopilot with the Terrova set to “constant” on. Motor speed may then be set to drift as slow or as fast as desired. This is an absolute Godsend that requires very little intervention to control the boat. We fished for 4 hr. with the speed set from 4 to 6 and the battery check still showed full charge. Wow! Bottom Line: The Terrova is a fantastic trolling motor. It’s well-built and easy to deploy and stow. I’m 71 with numerous health problems. It has made our time fishing much more enjoyable and will allow me to continue fishing longer than I could have with my old troller. I’m sure the Terrova can do lots more and I can’t wait to try out “i-Tracks” and some of its other features. Many thanks to Minn Kota for a great trolling motor and to TrollingMotors.net for all the info and a good deal.
Lowe Welded Aluminum Deep V 16.5ft.
I bought the new Minn Kota Terrova 24volt 80lb. thrust motor to replace the Minn Kota Power Drive 12volt 55lb. thrust motor. I ordered my new motor on a Thursday and it was delivered to my house the following Tuesday. I was very pleased with my order and delivery. I was going to order from Gander Mountain and they said 4 to 6 weeks for delivery, I sure am glad I found TrollingMotors.net because I couldn't wait that long for a new one. I would definitely recommend TrollingMotors.net
17ft Lund Fisherman
Great trolling motor! Works awesome with bluetooth! Box was opened and barely taped back shut when delivered. Luckily there was no damage or missing parts! Other than that there's a lot of information about their products and installation along with what you need for hook up and use! Customer service was good also and know a lot of information about their products!
16' Tracker jon boat
I have not received the motor yet. I was so impressed by the fantastic service I had on the phone with George who talked me thru each item I needed as it is very complex ordering all those parts. I read a lot of reviews and I agree about your service so far. It really is great! You dont get service like that many places anymore. Thanks George.
16' aluminum v bottom
Purchased for a boat I was going to buy but deal fell through so I put it on the boat I had.Much more motor than necessary but I love it. Very satisfied with all the features of this unit. All was as stated in the description. Very fast shipping,in hand 2 days after ordered.
deck boat 22.5 feet
bought this for anchor feature and remote control. Does exactly that. Little bit of unconventional installation on deck boat and Clayton was very helpful. Best place I know of to buy trolling motor.
20ft Sun Tracker fishing barge
This trolling motor was easy to install and very simple to use. Love the remote control feature.
19' Sylvan Sport Select V hull
Bought this motor primarily for trolling for walleye here in N. Michigan. I've used it nightly for the last two weeks and it's performed great. I fish alone a lot and the autopilot and cruise control make it easy to work trolling rods and not have to worry about boat control. I bought the 60" shaft, after the previous 54" trolling motor I had, proved too short especially in choppy conditions. I opted not to get the link and as I have my depth finder mounted on the dash and fish from the stern it is easy to see the screen and make adjustments to course using the remote. I've been able to use the navionics map to follow the contours with simple remote adjustment and stay where the fish are. I have not fished using the spot lock feature but have tested it and seemed to hold the boat nicely in place and look forward to using this for still fishing for perch. I bow mounted two deep cycle batteries to run the motor and hooked a Minn Kota Precision 330 charger to them and to my stern mounted deep cycle battery. Every night after fishing I simply plug it in and all three batteries are fully charged the next morning. My starting battery is charged by my Evinrude E Tec motor. I'm very pleased with the Terrova 80 and the service provided by TrollingMotors.net. Received my order two days after placing.
24 foot Bentley pontoon 220 cruiser.
Thank you for allowing me to submit a review, I ordered a Minn Kota Terrova 80 LB thrust with I pilot on a Thursday night close to midnight, the motor went out on Friday afternoon and got the motor Wednesday early morning. The service you guys provided sending me updates About the where abouts of the motor was outstanding. The motor is working like a champ, and it moves that pontoon boat like just a small bass boat, already tested in the wind and with high current on the lake and again it works like a champ. As far as the batteries I went with 2 x 12 V batteries from west marine Deep Cycle Flooded Marine Battery, 105 Amp Hours, Group 31, I use the batteries only for the trolling motor and the trolling motor alone. I ran the motor all day and the batteries still got juice in them. 100 amps hours is what is reccomended from minn Kota for my set up. Wiring I went with 8 ga wired for all wiring power set up, I also use a 2 foot 6 ga cable to link the batteries. For breaker I got the minn Kota mkr 19 circuit breaker 60 amps which is he one reccomended by minn Kota. I also got the quick connect cable from minn Kota because I don’t want to leave the trolling motor outside as well as the mka21 quick release bracket and so far so good, any marine battery charger should do the trick but you might want at least a 2 bank battery charger minimum if you are going to leave the batteries on the boat with an on board battery charger. I got the no 210 on board charger. You guys are awesome and will definitely will do business with you guys again in the near future. V/R Hector Santiago South Carolina.