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Minn Kota debuts new website

Trolling motor and fishing accessories manufacturer Minn Kota launched a new brand website showcasing its trolling motors, Talon shallow-water anchors, battery chargers and marine accessories.

The new site allows anglers to experience Minn Kota’s products and features in a streamlined, rich-media environment. The site features an updated design with intuitive navigation and enhanced functionality, including a new “Build My Minn Kota” filtering tool.

“We are excited to launch the new Minn Kota website,” interactive and web marketing manager Kathy Dutton said in a statement. “Just as we listen to anglers to develop products that help them catch more fish, we listened in terms of website features and functionality, providing a well-rounded experience.”

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