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Anchor Lift Ring

   

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  • Safely and easily raise your anchor
  • Best for anchor lines that include at least 6' of chain
  • Super strong stainless steel ring and hardware
One of the easiest and safest ways to raise your anchor. Simply snap the ring onto the anchor line when ready and then motor around the anchor location. The rings slide down the anchor line and the buoy floats the anchor to the surface. Best for anchor lines that include at least 6' of chain. Ring and hardware are made of super-strong stainless steel. Standard buoy provides a full 38-lbs of flotation when inflated.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by worked well! Used only 2x since purchase. Worked great both times! April 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by WHAT A BACK SAVER I fish the Mississippi River below the Alton Dam.Could not wait to get out and try this product out . This thing is awesome, throw your anchor out attach buoy to anchor rope. When you get ready to move pull your poles up start the boat and drive on slow about 5mph the buoy will get your anchor for you no more pulling your anchor up by hand.Thank you Bass Pro cheapest price anywhere. May 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Little Larger Buoy Needed This was my first purchase from Bass Pro Shops and won't be my last. I would have made my own buoy anchor set-up but I had other things to do. I think a little bit bigger buoy would be more effective. There is not to much drag created by the smaller buoy. even though it is rated for a 38# anchor set up. Other than that it's a great item. I wonder if the ring itself be a smaller diameter if that would make a difference? I may make my own set-up just to find out. Thank you BPS for this opportunity in leaving my review from Kodiak, Alaska 7/11/11 July 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Save Your Back!! Before we got this product, we spent most of our time drift fishing over the hot spots and then moving the boat to drift again. Last weekend, the current was too strong to keep the bait on the bottom so we reluctantly dropped the 35 pound anchor in 65 feet of water. When we got ready to move, I attached the ball to the anchor line, powered up and the anchor came to the top just as described and when the chain went through the ring, the anchor was caught. Retrieval was super easy. No more back breaking anchor pulling for me. Great product!!! August 16, 2008
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i dont understand how this float gets down to the chain plz explain in detail and if u have a demonstration video plz write the url
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the buoy does not go all the way down to the anchor.
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Just place the ring around your anchor line, of course clip the buoy onto the two eyes of the stainless ring. It's all about Drag Which is the buoy.
I put my engines in reverse swinging the bow to starboard a few degrees then quickly I put the boat in forward & run that direction I swung the boat into
you'll soon see the buoy on your port stern and you continue to go forward until the buoy slides down the line until you either see the anchor and buoy together, or like me can guesstimate what you let out as scope and your depth. then swing your boat towards the buoy I usually go with the wind, so the boat is being blown to the buoy as I am pulling in the line, there is no tension at all. Please note you don't go full bore in preforming this. about 1/4 throttle and a bit a practice and you'll have it down. Piece a cake.
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1. Slip the Anchor Ring over the anchor line and attach the shackle-buoy assembly to the ring. Be sure to snap the shackle through both eyes of the ring.
2. Toss the buoy into the water, allowing the ring to slide down the line. Motor your boat forward at a 30º angle off of your anchor point taking are to keep the anchor line clear of the prop. Proceed forward – at roughly 5 knots – until the anchor is released from the bottom, then increase speed slight – 6 to 8 knots. Do not continue forward if the anchor does not break free.
3. The anchor line will slide through the Anchor Ring as the buoy floats the
anchor to the surface. Once the anchor has reached the surface, shift into neutral and pull in the slack anchor line and anchor

Video and Instructions found on: http://www.ironwoodpacific.com/store/p/486-Anchor-Ring-Stainless-Anchor-Retriever-by-Ironwood-Pacific.aspx
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