River Anchor

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  1. tmramrod91

    tmramrod91 New Member

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    I have an extra anchor I had made and dont need it. Its designed to be snag free like a lot of the other designs on this website. It has a top and bottom loop, hook the chain up to the top, tie the chain with a zip tie to the bottom, if you get snagged up, break the zip tie and pull the anchor out top up.

    I know these can be made cheaper if you do it yourself, but I dont have access to a welder so I had to pay to have it done. The cost is what I paid in materials and labor ($65)

    Anchor weighs about 15-17 lbs. Made out of very heavy duty steel and the welding done on it was great.

    Located in KC, MO.

    call 316-259-8160, PM me if interested.
     

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  2. heyop_erator

    heyop_erator New Member

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    What are the measurements?
     

  3. tmramrod91

    tmramrod91 New Member

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    The main shaft is 15" long, and each of the prongs are about 15" long. The prongs are made of very thick rebal (unsure of exact measurement of thickness)
     
  4. Catfishhunter

    Catfishhunter New Member

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    Your actually supposed to attach the rope to the bottom first and ty wrap it to the top.
     
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