Rated 5 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by H20bug Answer To My Prayers?
We've had the opportunity to use the anchor one time so far this season (hopefully not too soon to for a review - we've heard stories about tossing anchors never to be seen again!). It worked on the first drop! We have a small houseboat with a hull design not recommended for pulling on shore. Our previous anchor created quite a challenge to keep the boat from drifting then to retrieve if anchored well. We had no problem with these issues with the Slide Anchor Box Anchor. Looking forward to many overnights on the open water!
May 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5
by Branded7K Best Anchor You Can Buy
I have a 20' pontoon boat. I've owned one of these anchors for over 3 years now (just lost my Slide anchor 2 days ago) . I'm getting ready to place an order for another one through Bass Pro Shops. I mostly fish Lake Mead, which is rated as one the hardest lakes to stay anchored in. If you own a pontoon boat, you know they're one of the hardest boats to anchor in any kind of wind. I've tried every other type of anchor(s), many times setting two off the bow cleats in an attempt to stay anchored up in one place. When I bought my first Slide Anchor, it was the one, and only anchor I needed to stay anchored up regardless of bottom conditions. They can be a bit of a booger though to pull up off a muddy bottom, as they settle in like a cookie cutter! Buy the recommended size for your boat and you'll never have to worry about breaking anchor anymore.
March 12, 2011