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Bass Pro Shops Grapnel Anchor Kit

   

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Bass Pro Shops® complete anchor system has a coated 3 1/3 lb. 4-fluke folding anchor that holds in sand, mud, gravel and rock; 25' marine-grade rope with an in-line buoy; a heavy-duty stainless steel snap hook; and a nylon storage case. Fits under or in PWC storage compartments. Great for canoes and kayaks also.

  • Coated 3 1/3 lb. 4-fluke folding anchor
  • Holds in sand, mud, gravel and rock
  • Marine grade rope with in-line buoy
Bass Pro Shops® Grapnel Anchor Kit 4.7 5 22 22
Very NIce Anchor Kit Bass Pro Shops Grapnel Anchor Kit is a very handy item to have in your boat for a very reasonable price. It is compact, but does a good job. I have a bigger anchor that wil hold my boat, but the boat would turn around from the wind and current. I use the grapnel anchor on the opposite end of the boat to hold the boat and keep it from going around in circles. June 19, 2010
Almost perfect The anchor kit is really a great bargain, Bass Pro had the lowest price of all the websites I priced and it was delivered in just 4 business days. Easy to deploy and retrieve, holds fast in most conditions. Only issue I had was the line was too short. I was in a lake that was much deeper than 25' and have had to purchase a longer line...I use this with my Fish Cat 4 float tube...excellent combination! June 15, 2010
Anchor dud Don't purchase this product unless you have no wind or at the very least a rock pile to throw it into. I recently used it in Canada with no luck... June 11, 2010
Nice anchor for the $. Works well with my inflatable pontoon boat. I replaced the truck rope with a longer more flexible nylon rope for deeper waters and am very satisfied. May 13, 2010
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is it galvanized

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No it's painted. I think it's powder coated.
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No. It is not galvanized. It has a durable red powder coat or paint covering the anchor. I snapped off one of the anchor points about a year ago and the exposed metal is showing a little rust. I have used this anchor for years and this is the only part of the anchor that is exposed. hope this helps.
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For future reference, I was informed that the online prices do not always reflect sale prices in store and vise versa.
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just seen alot of people with Yaks using this was woundering if it would work for any other types of boats beside yaks?
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Depends on the bottom condition where you use it. Might be small for a bigger boat. For deeper water than 25 ft you will need additional line.
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The 3-1/3 Grapnel Anchor is designed for boats, inflatable boats, canoes, and kayaks. This ideal for boats up to 12' long. Thanks
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Good for a canoe?

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Would this be able to hold a canoe from drifting, if not, would 2 (bow and stern) do the trick? Thanks!
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This thing holds me (hefty), my 70lb kayak, and my 10-15lbs worth of fishing gear very well even in currents. I would imagine it would hold a canoe just fine.
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It depends on the substrate the anchor is dragging on. I have a a 14'4" Malibu Xfactor kayak that is around the same size as a canoe and I have not had a problem yet, but I have not anchored in sand or a smooth bottom yet. It holds fine in grassy and muddy areas when its windy.
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Hi,

I bought one for my 19' bowrider as a back anchor when we stop at the beach. Well digged in the sand-rocks bottom it can hold but if there's plenty of waves, forget it. I used it for my paddle boat and it works just fine. Even when it's windy. Very compact and easy to carry.
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Does this fold up?

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The description does not mention this at all but the storage case looks like it must.
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Yes. And it kinda locks open or closed
with a metal ring.
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The anchor folds up, and a rotating ring locks it in place. Works well!
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Yes, it folds perfectly and has a lock at the top to keep it locked until ready to deploy
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Yes, the anchor folds and can be locked open or close via a metal ring. You do not have to use the storage bag, but it keeps everything nice and tidy. The storage bag is also padded, so it may protect your craft from being dinged by the anchor.
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If I were to use this anchor to anchor me in a stream to a rock, what is the maximum amount of pull-weight that this anchor can sustain before the steel breaks? (assuming the rope is replaced from the factory nylon see in the image)
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This is a very heavy duty anchor. At least several hundred pounds.
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I believe this is cast metal, so It may not be as strong as you might have thought. I recently snagged my anchor on a submersed tree and snapped off one of the anchor points. I gave it a few hard tugs and it snapped at the hinge point. This was a good thing as I may have lost the whole anchor. The anchor point hinge is attatched to the opposite side, so that side fell off too. The anchor still holds my kayak fine in current with only two anchor points left.
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If the steel is a typical grade 2 it will start to fail around 23,000 lbs! If you are putting that much stress on the anchor, everything else should fail way before the anchor does.
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this would would work in a stream to a rock and I would say the rope safely would hold a kayak or small fishing boat with no problems.
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