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    Anyone own/use this kind of anchor?



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    Jag:

    Seems like it would work pretty good!

    the only issue I would have with it, is that it has the sharp end on it, so how do you store it without it "bugging" up your storage bucket?


    Ahh, a thought just came to me, use a pool noodle 14" long and "screw" the screw into the noodle to protect from "bugging" up the storage bucket

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff C
    Jag:

    Seems like it would work pretty good!

    the only issue I would have with it, is that it has the sharp end on it, so how do you store it without it "bugging" up your storage bucket?


    Ahh, a thought just came to me, use a pool noodle 14" long and "screw" the screw into the noodle to protect from "bugging" up the storage bucket
    That's a good idea...but I don't have to worry about messing up my storage bucket...I already messed it up. Carried my anchor bag with 2 bricks in it - busted the storage tray up!!! I'm an idiot!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAG
    Any idea on how well this works?
    I've got one...works well screwed in...wave action will loosen it some but has not been a problem for me. Mine came with a bag to store it in so I get no sand in the compartment.

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    I can't get those screw things to stick in the mud, sand or anything at the lakes around here. THey pull right up.

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    I made one myself, and use it all the time. Works very well. I took a tennis ball and made a small slit, then I just stick the end of the stake in there to protect my storage. Works like a charm!

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    i use the bag anchors and fill them up(rocks sand etc) when iam ready to stop $14.00 pc on e-bay

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    whats wrng with the sand bags desides they are heavy?

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    I use a regular 4lb fluke anchor. It's a pain in the ass to wrap it in towels so it doesn't destroy my storage compartment but it holds like hell in any type of bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAG
    Anyone own/use this kind of anchor?
    Mine says SBT on it.

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