Cabela's Northern Flight Grapple Anchor

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Save time by attaching a whole spread to our Northern Flight Grapple Anchor. Great for gang rigs and river sets.
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small boat anchors work great

I have a Freedom Marine Electric 10X Troller (10 ft) and use 2 of the anchors to keep the boat positioned in current or on windy days. I'll be using them on ponds when waterfowl season opens next month. The smaller 1 lb anchors would probably work just as well.
I used them on my center console boat (18 ft) and they worked well as long as there was little or no current or wind. Did fairly well in the wind when used with long anchor ropes to lessen the angle between boat and bottom so that the blades could dig in better.
Gobo at Cabelas on 10/08/2013

Good for the price

I use these for my decoy long lines and they work good. The only reason I gave it four stars in the slide that holds the arms in the up position broke on some of them after a season of hunting. They still work but the arms are always in the down position witch makes it hard to store them in a decoy bag. I still use these every year and like them.
KMTaxidermy at Cabelas on 12/31/2013

lighter than a brick

Make sure the thumb screw that connects the "D" ring to the anchor is tight before each use. My son didn't and it came loose, luckily, we found the anchor in all the muck.
oldblue48 at Cabelas on 11/12/2013

Long Line Anchor

They hold very well on sand or weed bottom. Have not had any problems with decoy lines drifting in water 20' deep or less.
JustForFun at Cabelas on 10/29/2013