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I don't normally name drop but Peter saw a need for the most obvious package and he put it together. Anchor, line and snap hook all provided in a vented bag for easy storage and use. Thank Peter for creating the 1.5lb. Folding anchor kit next time you see him.
Customer Rating: 4.5 of 5
Just the right size for anchoring when fishing in my kayak. Lightweight too - lot better than coffee can/eye bolt/cement anchor like dad used.
Works great. I use it to anchor and to slow drifting while fishing. Bag stores easily in kayak. I agree with SS, line gets tangled. I made a 4" X 7" "I" from plywood to wrap line around. It fits in the bag too. A plastic "I" should be part of the package.
Works great. Wish there was something to wind the rope around because it's always gets tangled after use.
The product is as advertised. It works fine holding my Kayak in place. Sometimes the locking nut gets a little loose, but, that is nit picking.