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Clearance Bass Pro Shops® Drift Anchor

   

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14'-16'

  • Clearance price: $24.77

  • Reg. price: $49.99

  • SKU: 1340047

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  • Ideal for slow trolling live bait and drift fishing on rivers
  • Rugged, reinforced nylon
  • Won't fray
  • Resistance-free lanyard inverts to empty sock of water
The Bass Pro Shops Drift Anchor is great for slow trolling live bait and drift fishing on rivers. Constructed from rugged, reinforced nylon that will not fray, our Drift Anchor is designed with a resistance-free lanyard that inverts the sock to empty water for an easy retrieval. A Drift Anchor can also be extremely helpful in the event of engine trouble. Imported.
Bass Pro Shops® Drift Anchor 4.6 5 13 13
Problem solver I ordered the drift anchor for my 21 foot pontoon to drift for catfish. It was exactly what I needed to slow my boat's drift. I ordered another one to make it even better. All you have to do is throw it over board and it does the rest. May 31, 2010
Works great, good product The drift anchor works great and is easy to use, at first when i got it i thought it would be difficult to use but i have no problems. I have a pontoon boat and live on a lake , so i needed a drift anchor that was large enough and easy to use and this product fits the bill, i would recommend this to any people who fish and want to slow down for trolling, this gets my approval. May 20, 2010
Sea Anchor Great product, really slow down drifting once on the water open very well and work great. April 3, 2010
Great Drift Anchor for the money I had to decide between a few different brands when I looked at adding a drift sock to my drift fishing and trolling arsenal. The first thing I found was that this model with the bass pro name was available in multiple sizes so you can get what you need for the size of boat you have. Some brands only come in one or 2 sizes. These are very durable and of good quality. Mine was twisted up in debris and I thought it might have been damaged, I pulld it out of the water cleaned it out and not even a small tear was found! Very solid item! December 10, 2009
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The sizes of the bass pro brand seem to vary per boat size from other brands drift sock size i.e. 36" Bass Pro is rated for 18'-20 ft but Lindy brand 36" is rated for a 14-16' ft: why is that?
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You would need the 20-22' boat length item 38-530-360-00.
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is there a sock that adjusts on back side of sock
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yes it is, its got lead in one side and it has some sort of floating foan on the other
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All sides deploy very quickly and with ease. Soon as it is unlocked all 4 prongs will fall down.
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Is harness buoy necessary?

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I see some drift socks come with harness buoy. For others you can get them separately. Are they necessary?
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It just convenietly makes other boaters aware that it is there.
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I don;t have a harness or buoy on mine just added a piece of rope to get it out from the boat and it wiil work fine.
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I have a 16' Lund (wide model) boat w/Honda OB and need to slow my troll speed @ idle from 2.9mph to 1.5-1.9mph. Which size drift anchor do I need? Is there a better choice (Lindy)?

I would like to pick up at your Atlanta store next week

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The drift anchors are rated for boat size. My boat is 21 foot and the anchor I got was rated for a 22 to 26 foot boat. It works great. I got two so I could drift sideways.
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you need the large one
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Lindy's chart recommends 25 - 30" for light wind, 36 - 42" for moderate wind, and 48 - 50" for strong wind for a boat 16 - 18' long.
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