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Bass Pro Shops Navy Anchor

   

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10 lbs.

  • $21.99

  • SKU: 949333

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15 lbs.

  • $26.99

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20 lbs.

  • $36.99

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28 lbs.

  • $54.99

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Bass Pro Shops® Navy Anchor digs in deep and holds tight the minute it hits bottom. Cast iron construction with a vinyl coating.

  • Digs in deep
  • Holds as soon as it reaches bottom
  • Cast iron construction
  • Vinyl coating
Bass Pro Shops Navy Anchor 4.7 5 7 7
Its great product Its very nice and small anchor, its great for small boat up to 16" foot. There very sturdy and nice. I use serval times and its all good and didnt have any problem with this anchor. November 9, 2006
Navy Anchor Good Anchor, holds well in mud, clay or sand bottoms. Helps keep the boat anchored even with (10 to 15) MPH winds. January 8, 2015
Came Damiged I like the anchor and it works well, but it came with a pice broken on it. There was some of the coating about the size of a silver dollar missing out of it. This will pose a problem down the road since I use it in salt water. Normally I would have sent it back but I needed it to go fishing with that weekend. May 18, 2010
Works Great I use this anchor everytime I go out on my jon boat. Works great and does it job. Small size doesn't take up any room in the boat really, just throw it overboard and tie it up and the boat never moves. July 21, 2009
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Don't worry. Only way to lose it is to lose rope and all
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They come apart because the product is made cast in more than one piece and then put together. We have only heard of the pieces coming apart one time and that was in a store not while in use. Thanks!
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with hard or sandy bottoms
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Navy anchor holds better than river anchor by design.
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Unless you're in really swift currents one 10 pounder will hold that boat, but for the price get two anyway. Can't go wrong.
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From Springfield, MO we are not sure how well this anchor works in Charlotte to Greensboro but the 28 lbs anchors works great in the our area without any problems. Thanks!
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I have 17&1/2' mod v with 50 HP. One 10# does the job 90% of the time
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The anchor size will depend on current, wind and the bottom structure. See link below for further assistance with Choosing the Right Anchor. Thanks

Anchor Info: http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CFPage?storeId=10151&catalogId=10051&langId=-1&mode=article&objectID=29414&objectType=article&cmid=OLBASIC_29414_TITLE

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