Tie Down Engineering Super Hooker Boat Anchors

   

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4 lbs.

  • $26.99

  • SKU: 657463

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9 lbs.

  • $37.99

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  • Wide flukes penetrate reservoir bottoms
  • Welded crown configuration with right angles
  • Stows flat
These lightweight, hot-dipped, galvanized Super Hooker Boat Anchors have wide flukes that quickly penetrate reservoir bottoms. Their fully welded crown configuration has the right angles for ultimate holding power. Tie Down's Super Hooker stows flat and can be used with most fluke type anchor storage systems.
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easily bent! bought this anchor for my 20 ft wellcraft. the anchoring was easy and successful. once i tried to retrieve it the anchor was bent to the point that it could never be used again! not durable at all! July 25, 2012
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Is the 9# anchor big enogh to hold a 21' pontoon boat in ocean current?
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it"ll hold! the only problem is the durability of this anchor!
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The anchor is designed for 17' to 24' long boats and offers 480 lbs of holding power.
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i have a 20' center console and when i get anchor stuck is a pretty heavy boat to pull against waves
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FYI- If the anchor is stuck on the bottom, secure the line to cleats and pull the boat forward while keeping the line clear of the propeller.

•If the weather is bad enough that you absolutely have to get free of the anchor, you might consider clipping that anchor buoy to your anchor line and then head in. You can come back and retrieve it when the seas calm.
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