Complete Grapnel Anchor System

April 17, 2019 - Comment

This 3.5 lb anchor will hold your PWC, canoe, dinghy, or float tube in sand, mud, sand, gravel, and rock. The durable nylon storage case holds the included 25 feet of rope, marker bouy, giant snap hook, and anchor.This complete anchor system from Kwik-Tek is in a class by itself. The 3-1/3 pound, 4-fluke folding

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This 3.5 lb anchor will hold your PWC, canoe, dinghy, or float tube in sand, mud, sand, gravel, and rock. The durable nylon storage case holds the included 25 feet of rope, marker bouy, giant snap hook, and anchor.This complete anchor system from Kwik-Tek is in a class by itself. The 3-1/3 pound, 4-fluke folding anchor will hold in mud, sand, gravel, and rock. Designed for boats, sailboats, personal watercraft, inflatable boats, canoes, and float tubes, the anchor is coated to protect finishes. Its durable nylon storage case is padded for added protection and to dampen noise while the anchor is stowed. This system Fits under most boat seats, in PWC storage compartments, or in PWC storage canisters. The 25-foot long marine-grade rope with an in-line buoy is spliced to the anchor and a heavy-duty stainless steel snap hook.

Product Features

  • 3-1/3 pound 4-fluke folding anchor will hold in mud, sand, gravel and rock
  • Designed for boats, sailboats, personal watercraft, inflatable boats, canoes, and float tubes
  • Fits under most boat seats, in PWC storage compartments, or in PWC storage canisters
  • 25-foot long marine-grade rope
  • Durable nylon storage case is padded for added protection

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great Anchor With a Few Modifications I gotta thank everyone who gave their suggestions for this anchor. The reviews certainly helped and I’d like to consolidate them for anyone who may find it easier to read, so here goes!- Untie the rope it comes with and retie it to opposite end of the anchor. Then, where the anchor originally was attached, attach the rope to that loop with a zip tie.- Add some weight to the rope just before the anchor handle. This can be done by adding a length of chain to the rope before…

Anonymous says:

Great anchor for kayak with a couple of tweaks Love this anchor for my kayak! But the thick rope is overkill for that application. I replaced the original rope with a lighter and 25′ longer 75# rated 1/8″ floating line from Home Depot that also had a storage handle, and that works better and is much easier to store and handle in the kayak. Then I turned the original rope into bow and stern lines for two kayaks. I also added a short length of galvanized chain between the anchor and line, to weight the arm down for setting a better fluke…

Anonymous says:

Worked perfectly.. This worked perfectly to hold our River Run floats in place. Dropped out in the middle of the lake and attached to one of our floats..held two adults and two kids firmly in the water, total of around 630lbs. Way more relaxing than paddling constantly to stay in the area. I took some advice I read online and attached the rope to the bottom of the anchor, then secured part of the rope to the top eyelet with a zip tie, so if it gets stuck under a rock or log you can break the zip tie and pull…

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