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Digger Anchor

   

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  • Assumes the "dig" position when dropped in the water
  • Patented Digger Action
  • Durable and rust resistant  
Incredible holding power! Best holding anchor for boats up to 36 ft. and Pontoons. Digs its way into mud, sand, and weeds. Holds boat when anchors twice as heavy would only skid or drag. Assumes the "dig position" when you drop it in the water. A quick jerk on the rope will release the patented Digger Anchor. But wind or boat motion won't cause it to release. Durable and rust-resistant. Adapts to Worth Anchormate® and most other anchor systems.
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Digger Anchor We bought a 18 ft pontoon at the end of 2012 ; beginning of boating season 2013 we bought the Digger Anchor; we take our boat to Stockton Lake as we live 15 miles from their ; Great fishing and camping ; any way we used the digger anchor 20 + times; and it only work 2 or 3 times; maybe the lake bottom is pure sand ;and the digger has nothing to hook to; every time I bring it up it does has sand on it; the 2 or 3 times it did work it was great ; but because it does not work like it 's suppose to have to always be on the look out to see if the our boat has drifted to close to shore or rocks or even other boats; we went boating/fishing sept 27, 2014 it was windy and water was very choppy ; we went to a cove to get away from the wind; their was other boats there also I dropped the digger in about 15 ft of water ; after about 20 min notices we have drifter towards the rocks so had to pull up anchor and move away into deeper water. this happened 6 times the 3 hrs we were their ;I am sure the digger would work better in rocks or clay bottom lakes ; October 28, 2014
Good Way To Toss $$$ We used this one time at Table Rock and that is where we had to leave it.... Didn't work like it stated. We will not be spending the money on another expensive anchor. August 26, 2013
Can't believe I hesitated I had been hesitant about this anchor because of the price tag. But let me tell you, this is the absolute finest anchor I have ever used! I can anchor anywhere I want in any conditions and not worry one bit about moving. Then when I want to relocate, a simple tug drops the blades and the anchor comes up easy as pie. I will admit I had my doubts about the blade release activating accidentally, but with countless times being anchored, I have yet to see it activate inadvertently. Truly the best purchase I have made in boating accessories! July 10, 2013
Awesome! This anchor holds my boat in just about any situation. It also holds my boat when I need it most on the missouri river. May 5, 2013
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Not recommended for houseboats, 40' boats and pontoons.
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Yes but use more the one
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no bell anchor only
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Other web sites list the 12 lb model up to 20 ft boats and the 15 lb model up to 40ft boats. Is this a typo on your site ?
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18 lb anchor
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i have a 20ft pontoon
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If this anchor doesn't hold, I don't know what would.
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The Digger Anchor will hold your vessels "put" in your favorite spot in a river, lake or on the ocean.
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In other words will the pull from a windless free the flukes?
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It takes a little jerk to release the handle, but then it would wind up fine.
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It is not listed. Please check with Digger Anchor by calling 800-653-1499.
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No, the anchor does not require a chain section, nor is it recommended by the manufacturer. Simply attach your rope to the anchor ring and you are set.
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You can connect the rope directly to the anchor. Pull the boat directly over the anchor and jerk. The anchor comes up clean.
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i have mine connect wth just rope. but plan to purchase a quick disconnect.
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no and that is one of the things so nice about it just jerk the rope and it releases
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you don't need a chain tie directly to the rope. The company does not recommend using a snap hook
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My experience is not good with or without a chain in sand and current.
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No chain or additional weight required. Anchor will hold as is.
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