The O&H 5 ft. Stainless Steel Marsh Anchor is made of stainless steel for 16' - 20' boats and is designed for use in marshes and coastal waters. Comes with a stainless-steel shackle.
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For 16' - 20' boats
Designed for use in marshes and coastal waters
Comes with a stainless-steel shackle
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O&H 5 ft. Stainless Steel Marsh Anchor
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Rated 4 out of
Quick AnchoringThis Poll type anchor is good for short term setting and retrieving. It is ideal for use in the flats or depths of 3-4 ft or less. It can be a little tricky to set in moderate water current. It is a great economical choice for small boats (less than 20 ft) compared to a powerpole. Given the choice again I would opt for the 6 ft version for leverage and ease of setting. None the less I am satisfied with this product.
Date published: 2013-04-17
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