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Chene Anchors

   

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Product Color
Description
Weight
Quantity Price & availability

Zinc Coated

CH-25

4 lbs.

  • $32.99

  • SKU: 331288

  • In Stock
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Zinc Coated

CH-30

6 lbs.

  • $37.99

  • SKU: 331290

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Zinc Coated

CH-35

7 lbs.

  • $42.99

  • SKU: 431555

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The unique shank configuration rotates a full 90°, allowing the flukes (sharp points that dig into the bottom) to penetrate deeply with a full 45° set. This 45° angle ensures a greater holding surface and enables the anchor to perform best with approximately a 2:1 line-to-depth ratio. The anchor is made with solid steel, high-tensile-strength construction. All welds extend the entire length, on both sides, of all adjoining surfaces. Zinc coating protects against the harshest environments including saltwater. 4 times more holding power than other anchors; 100% retrievable. It also requires 70% less anchor line (only 1-1/2 to 2 times anchor line-to-depth ratio). Slip-ring design allows for easy retrieval. It's strong, lightweight, and comes with a manufacturer's lifetime guarantee. Anchor line not included.

  • Zinc-coated solid steel construction
  • For freshwater or saltwater environments
  • 4x the holding power of conventional anchors  


CH-25:  Recommended for row, jon & small fishing boats
CH-30:  Recommended for bass boats, runabouts, small pontoons & ski boats
Ch-35:  Recommended for cruisers, larger boats & pontoons

Chene® Anchors 2.6 5 24 24
best ever I have a 16.5 foot ranger bass boat. Some times like the outher day I STUMBULED ONTO A STRETCH OF NICE BEDDING BLUEGILLS. iT WAS WINDY OUT AND i WANTED TO STAY ON THAT SPOT SO I TRIED OUT MY NEW ANCHOR. iT WORKED PERFECTELY WITH A LOT LESS ROPE. tHE REASON i BOUGHT IT WAS TO SAVE SPACE IN MY BOAT AND ELIMINATE EXCESS WEIGHT. iF YOU CANNOT AFFORD A HIGH PRICED PRO POLE REMOTE ANCHORINMG SYSTEM i HIGHELY RECOMEND THIS LIGHT WEIGHT ANCHOR. May 9, 2012
Bad Purchase I wish that I would have read some reviews before purchasing 2 of these anchors. I have a Pro Guide V16 and could not hold the boat with 2 of the 6 pounders. Just 1 of these is supposed to hold a 30 foot boat, who are you kidding. The only thing that these anchors were good for was to snag about 50 pounds of weeds and drag them along with you. With these 2 anchors out with about 75 feet of rope out in 14 feet of water, I was drifting at about 1/2 mph according to my gps. This purchase was a real waste of money. August 9, 2011
Love it! After having lost a dozen or so anchors over the past twenty years of fishing I finally came to my senses and purchased an anchor that is 100% retrievable in a wide variety of bottom conditions. I have an 18ft. Crestliner Pike boat. This anchor holds it well with less rope out than traditional anchors. And best of all, it is light enough that my anchor winch doesn't grunt and groan when retrieving it. Its a good investment for the money. June 15, 2011
Not enough experience yet I have used the anchor on one fishing trip. The first two times it was lowered it would not hold, as it came off of the anchor winch it dropped blades up and would not grab. The next two times I used it I made sure it dropped blades first nand it held both times. This was in the river, I will know better when I go to the bay this weekend. I also bought the anchor for 30 to 35 foot boat. I first bought on for aup to a 30foot boat and returned it. I was sure it would not hold my 21 foot boat. June 9, 2011

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