Worth Original Anchormate®

   

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Anchor Reel & Bowmount

4.3 lbs

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Anchor Reel & Bowmount

4.3 lbs

  • Ideal for anchors up to 12 lbs.
  • Free-spooling reel  
  • Installs easily
  • Fits flat or curved hulls
Perfect for up to 12 lb. anchors. The free-spooling reel stops when the anchor hits bottom. To reel in, simply crank. If the hand slips, the anchor and handle stop right there. When not in use, the line remains stored on the reel, and the anchor is held by the bow fixture. Easily installed, fits flat or curved hulls. (Rope not included.) Capacity: 100' of 3/16". Mounting surface: 5-1/2"x5-1/2"x5-1/2".
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by liked and needed I don't have the strength that my husband does....so for me, this is a big help. Especially when I am fishing alone! November 25, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by pretty good Just installed this on my Tracker. It seems to work well, but should have a means to lock the anchor in place when fully raised. August 7, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by somewhat frustrated The instructions werent great and the product should automatically come with the pulley system needed instead of having to order and purchase seperately. April 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by anchormate So easy to install. was up and working in about 10 minutes. Very easy to use also. No more back breaking work getting the anchor up in the boat. Would definately recommend this to everyone. July 4, 2011
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The only reason you would need a pulley is if the cranking mechanism is not in a straight line with the anchor receiving portion. For safety sake, I suggest cranking the anchor all the way into the receiving portion and drilling a hole thru both sides of the receiver in line with the eye of the anchor. Use a metal pin to slide thru the holes/anchor eye. The metal pin can be attached to the receiver with heavy mono to prevent loosing.
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The rope is not included.
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Yes, Simply turn the button to drop the anchor quickly, smoothly and silently. The free spooling reel stops anywhere you choose.
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the anchor mate should mount on any boat, mine is a little off center on my lund rebel. the only thing i would recommend is two sets of swivels for anchor line. I have mine for stern to bow, used three guides and two of the swivel guides, keeps rope out of the way of passengers. Dave
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Just wondering if this would affect my boat cover, I have a V-hull 14' aluminum boat and want to purchase this item and also the boat cover online here. Where exactly does it mount?
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Shouldn't affect the boat cover...install fore or aft over the gunnel so that the two units align...place so as not to be a trip hazard. A word of caution...to make the unit safer when running at high speed, either place the anchor(s) inside the boat or use a drill and pin with awire connector (similar to the ones used on climbing deer stands)...drill a hole in the sleeve section to align with the eye of the anchor itself...attach the pin to the sleeve with a heavy piece of mono to keep from dropping the pin overboard when not in use.
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Easily installed and fits either a flat area or curved hulls. The mounting surface is 5-1/2"x5-1/2"x5-1/2".
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it can mount where ever you want it to go.you can make it fit with little effort.
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I have it on the bow of my 16' lund, does not rip cover on trailering.
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The item number 56166504 (Anchormate II) fits anchors up to 18 lbs.
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Check out the Anchormate II
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Anchormate probably sells them. A word of caution, however. To make this unit safer when running at high speed...use a drill and
pin with a wire latch (similar to the ones used on climbing deer stands) and drill a hole in the sleeve section near the top to align with the eye of the anchor...attach the pin to the sleeve with a heavy section of mono to keep from dropping the pin overboard when not in use.
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Search online under Worth or Contact THE WORTH COMPANY.
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