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Bass Pro Shops Fisherman Anchor Winch

   

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This Fisherman Anchor Winch by Bass Pro Shops® is designed for anchors up to 25 lbs. and is suitable for fishing boats, utility boats, john boats, and runabouts. The winch's anti-reverse with an internal clutch works to prevent free spooling. Includes 100' of 3/16'' nylon anchor line. Dimensions: 10" x 9-3/4" x 5-3/4".

  • Designed for anchors up to 25-pounds
  • Ideal for fishing, utility, john and runabout boats
  • Anti-reverse with an internal clutch prevents free spooling
  • Retrieve rate: 65' per minute
  • Includes 100' of 3/16'' nylon anchor line
  • Power: 12V DC


Trac® Anchor Winch Wireless Remote Kit is sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 1648173

Bass Pro Shops Fisherman Anchor Winch 3.2 5 26 26
A Real Back Saver!!! I carefully mounted the Fisherman Anchor Winch on our 17' fiberglass Bass Boat. Since my boat has double walls, I used butterfly nuts/bolts to mount it. Because of some of the other reviews I went ahead and greased the cover screws, switch screws, and the switch. I also replaced the existing rope with 75 feet of good quality 1/4" Nylon rope. My intentions were to prevent future problems. I even painted the cover to match our boat. I purchased the winch at my local Bass Pro Shop, so there were no damaged components. My wife and I fish for catfish in a river near our home. Sometimes we will move 6 or 8 times during a fishing trip. Because we fish below a Lock & Dam sometimes the water is very swift, causing it to be very hard to pull our boat up stream by hand to where the anchor is located. But not anymore. The Fisherman Anchor Winch is very powerful and is already saving my back. It is so easy to use my wife doesn't mind winching up the anchor on ocassions. If our winch is ever damaged, or stops working, I will immediately replace it with another one just like it. I recommend this winch to all anglers that use an anchor quite often. January 27, 2011
love this product i bought 2 of this product 2 years almost now and i fish daily, I run 18 lb. anchors and I have had no problems with this item. You have to look it over good and remember the switches will be getting wet so take them apart when u get them clean them up real good and put a film of lithium grease in them and u wont have a problem with the switches, I also recommend taking the rope of and throw it and put 3/16 on, but u can only get 75 feet of it on the spool witch is great pleanty. And the costumer service is great email them the problem and u will recieve new parts with the 2 year warrenty on the winch. And they have got rid of the screws and put small bolts in the cover now so they fixed that problem that one person was talking about. This product is great just be smart when u look it over and the conditions ur gonna have it in. May 12, 2010
Not the highest quality product, to understate.... I bought two of these for my boat, one fore and one aft. The quality of the winch motor and gears itself seems OK. Everything else is cheap junk. The plastic case, the switch, and the rope quality are very poor...in fact, abysmal. The 4 little phillips screws that hold the cover on will not come out because they are rusted in and the heads strip so you can't get the cover off, making mounting the unit ridiculously difficult. The plastic housing cracks and breaks way too easily, I had to return one to the store because the housing was broken, then the replacement had a broken switch and then the housing cracked on my other one while I was trying to get the screws out. I stretched the rope out to check it for frays and found it to be frayed from one end to the other. Unbelievable. Next time, I'll spend the extra few bucks to get the higher quality Deck Mate. This product is surprisingly low quality overall for BPS....definitely not up to the normal standards. I'm quite disappointed, and more than a little surprised that Bass Pro Shops actually put their name on this thing.. May 24, 2008
Not a bad electric anchor system If your balance isn't too good, you're a little old like me and just plain don't like tossing/pulling anchors, then this will do the job. I've got 2 of them, fore and aft of a pontoon boat and I mounted the switches up on the console area. The only drawback to it, is that it takes getting use to it knowing exactly when it hits bottom so you can play out line after that to position the boat exactly the way you want it. Naturally since I have a fence and no room for mounting this on the floor anywhere - I built a couple of stands for mine, so the line would feed directly down over the rail but it works just fine that way. It sure beats getting up and running forward or aft to toss an anchor out and same thing getting them back up. The gearing has no trouble pulling the 25lb anchors up. Personally though, I would love it if it did have a free-fall mechanism. I also have it setup on a separate battery so I don't worry about draining my starting or trolling motor battery down, when I troll from one spot to another. Only used it in two outings so far and no battery problems even though it seems to have more current draw than a trolling motor. The switch mounts could have used more material as its real easy to bust the corners of them when you screw it down - so be careful torqueing the screws. I think though it'll last me several seasons and save my back as it already has several times. Oh and another note: I bought these 2 units separately online. First one arrived and I promptly opened it. Didn't know anything was wrong until I saw blood dropping into the package. That's when I found out the bottom of the unit (plastic top bottom edge) was broken from shipping (and it cut my hand picking it up). I called the 800 number and I had a replacement the next day with a packing label for returning the broken unit (cosmetic, but nonetheless broken), so excellent customer service. March 4, 2008
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i want to order either a wire or wireless remote switch for the 25
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Trac® Anchor Winch Second Switch Kit is sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 53438200.

Trac® Anchor Winch Wireless Remote Kit is sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 53261000.

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Need to mount switch up fromt for rear anchor
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There are two options for an additional switch on the anchor winch. The first is a 2nd switch kit (T10115) item number 38-534-382-00 which has 24’ wiring with harness hook ups, switch, switch plate and 4 screws. Hooks the wiring in at the unit and then runs it to the helm and mounts the switch at the helm. The other offering they have is a remote (T10116). With this option the customer exchanges the relay box that comes with the unit (under the housing) with the new relay box that has the receiver. It also comes with the fob to operate the unit from anywhere in the boat. This option takes about 5 minutes to install. With both options the switch on the cover works as well. Thanks
http://site.trac-outdoor.net/T10116_Wiring_Schematics.pdf
http://site.trac-outdoor.net/TRAC_T10116_Re-programming_Instructions.pdf
http://site.trac-outdoor.net/T10115_Wiring_Schematics.pdf

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goes down but not up

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The Fisherman Anchor Winch features power-up and power-down operation with a switch that is installed on the winch cover. To raise the anchor, press and hold the button with the arrow that points UP. Release the button when the anchor is docked or when you wish to stop the retrieval of the anchor. If you have read the Owner’s Manual and still having problems first please contact Trac Outdoors for technical assistance by calling 1-615-641-2542. If not fixed please return your item for an exchange or refund. Thanks!

Manual: http://site.trac-outdoor.net/TRAC_Fisherman_Anchor_Winch.pdf

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No there is not one on the unit. Try checking your breakers
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There is not a reset button.
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My pontoon is an 18 ft Tracker Float Boat and it doesn't have a front deck so how can I mount an electric anchor front and back that will raise 20 lb anchors?
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I have a 20' "Bass Buggy" with short "toons forward. Mounting here was not my choice due to access (limited) and exposure. I mounted the pulley/safety catch forward and ran the anchor line through the lower wall (allowed enough cut out for sideways travel back onto the spool) plus the unit can be reached from the forward seat - works for me...
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1. Locate anchor roller on deck in desired location. The anchor roller must be located at the edge of the deck and must
extend over the edge to allow the anchor to clear the deck when it is docked in the anchor roller.
2. Look below the deck and check for any obstructions underneath the desired anchor roller location. Also make sure
there is enough space for the winch to be placed in-line with rope spool centered on the anchor roller.
3. Using a marker or pencil, mark the anchor roller mounting holes on the deck.
4. Remove anchor roller. Drill the holes.
5. Secure the anchor roller to the deck using three bolts, nuts and washers. Use fender washers and/or marine plywood
under the deck to ensure the greatest strength and to spread the load.
6. Place winch on boat deck and align the center of the rope spool with the center of the anchor roller.
7. Look below the deck and check for any obstructions underneath the desired anchor winch mounting location.
8. Mark and drill the holes. There are four 5/16” bolt mounting holes and two 5/16” holes for the battery lead wires.
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the unit is 12"X12" and 4" high with a remote control I see endless ways to mount the unit even upside down.
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60 fpm
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65 feet per minute. Pretty much the same, up and down, under load and not under load.
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Feet per minute is influenced by electrical input to the winch motor… low battery equal slower motor rotation… also the speed will increase as it comes up
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12V Marine/Deep cycle marine battery
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A 12V Marine battery such as item 38-525-044-02 will work. Any extra batteries on board used for accessories (trolling motor, lights, radio). See picture for wiring.
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The power source is 12V DC.
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12 volt, marine, or car battery. It also doesn't use much power from the battery.
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This unit is run by a 12 volt DC battery and must be wired to your existing battery or insert it in a power point on your boat.. Mount the switch where you want and you're in business.
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This winch will draw up to 20amps depending on load from the anchor. Do not use wire sizes smaller than 14 AWG with 105 degree C rated insulation.
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Not certain, but it's not may. It doesn't use much power from the battery.
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More then the junk switch can handel.
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