Determining the right propeller for your boat is obviously not the only thing you can do to reach optimal performance, but it is one of the easiest. When selecting the right propeller for your rig, you can look at a number of different things such as going up in pitch, down in pitch, run an aluminum, switch to a stainless, or even go to a four blade. Before you can do any of that though, you have to think about how you use your boat and what your looking to change about your current performance. From there you can begin your selection.
So your looking to replace your propeller. Maybe you busted it up on some rocks when you were a little too shallow or you feel your a little over pitched for your payload. For what ever reason, your in the market for a new one. But what pitch propeller should you get and what exactly does the pitch of a propeller do to the performance of the motor? I'll tell you.