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Bass Pro Shops® Mushroom Anchor

   

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  • SKU: 949339

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  • Excellent holding power or muddy or weeded bottoms
  • Wide area mushroom cap
  • One-piece cast iron construction
Ideal for canoes, jon boats or rowboats, the sturdy Bass Pro Shops Mushroom Anchor offers excellent holding power on muddy or weeded bottoms. Designed with a wide area mushroom cap with drains in the base, the Mushroom Anchor's one-piece cast iron construction combined with a tough vinyl coating ensures long-lasting dependable use.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by most conditions i have the 15lb and it works great in most conditions. I have fished in wind that blew me at a walking pace about 300 yards with the anchor out. I have a 14ft aluminum boat, not heavy. I have also fished in a few currents in which the anchor did not hold. but MOSTLY it works great! February 28, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by sinks fast! so im in the front of the boat and have placed the front anchor and told my brother in law to throw out the rear anchor. well he did. he didnt tie it to anything he just threw it out. so as far as i know this anchor works fine, as i assume its still hold its spot at the bottom of the lake. May 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great anchor for muddy bottoms I use the 15lb on a 14' canoe and a 10' canoe. It holds each one perfectly and is easy to maneuver. High quality vinyl coating. April 29, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works well I use this on my 10ft Pelican Bass Raider with 50ft of anchor line. Keeps me where I want to be. April 24, 2011
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Good for canoe?

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My hubby and I fish from a 15' canoe in a man-made lake. It does have trees and such that have fallen into the lake
(make great crappie beds!) I need to know if this will hold our canoe steady and what weight we should use?
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Get a 15lb. River anchor. It will be perfect for you.
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a 10# holds my 12ft aluminun semi-v
of 121 pounds dry weight with no problem.
You could probably get awayvwuth with 10 or perhaps even 8.
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I have a 12 ft. inflatable raft and 8lb holds it great on ponds and small rivers, even when the wind is blowing.
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These style of mushroom anchors hold like crazy. They are superior by design.
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Below is a link to Bass Pro Shop's anchor buying guide. I've found that a 10 pound River anchor is great for nearly any situation. Plus, it's versatile enough for a rocky/muddy lake/river.

http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CFPage?storeId=10151&catalogId=10001&langId=-1&&mode=article&objectID=29414&cat=Fishing&subcatID=50&cmid=OLBUYINGGUIDE_29414_TITLE_50
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This boat is used mostly in ponds and gravel pits, where the depths run from 6 ft. to 30ft., but can be windy.
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I have a 18 foot Tracker Bass Boat and the 15lb. anchor holds like crazy. I fish in wind and on mud bottoms.
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8# should do the trick. just make sure you put out some extra line to keep the boat steady.
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if its windy i would just use a river anchor. It is much stronger in windy conditions.
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