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#12639528 - 02/21/18 01:37 PM Electric Anchors
NETXcrappiehunter Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 03/21/16
Posts: 17
Loc: 75572
My 71yr old pops cant handle lowering and pulling up an anchor anymore and is wanting me to see if I can find him one that he can mount on the front and back of his boat. I told him I would reach out to the experts on this forum for all of ya'll suggestions and recommendations. It has to be electric to deploy and retrieve it also cant be too expensive or momma won't let him buy them.. hahaha

#12639551 - 02/21/18 01:51 PM Re: Electric Anchors [Re: NETXcrappiehunter]
Finaddict Offline

Registered: 10/02/16
Posts: 324
Loc: Cedar Creek lake, Tx
The only thing cheaper will be used IF you can find one
You know you are a fishaholic if you have more rods than your wife has shoes!

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#12639843 - 02/21/18 04:36 PM Re: Electric Anchors [Re: Finaddict]
NETXcrappiehunter Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 03/21/16
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Loc: 75572
Ive seen those and was just looking for opinions on the best out there that are durable and won’t give him any problems


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