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May 20, 2024 12:49:02   #
EasternOZ Loc: Kansas City Metro
 
Any experience with items like this?


https://ridgetoriveroutdoors.com/orvals-ez-pull-anchor-retrieval-system/

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May 20, 2024 13:35:23   #
Chuckay Loc: Central Florida
 
EasternOZ wrote:


May work in some cases but I can't see myself using it πŸ˜‚

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May 20, 2024 13:41:25   #
EasternOZ Loc: Kansas City Metro
 
Chuckay wrote:
May work in some cases but I can't see myself using it πŸ˜‚


Thanks

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May 20, 2024 13:43:06   #
EasternOZ Loc: Kansas City Metro
 
This one can be clipped on after the anchor is in the water.

https://fishfighterproducts.com/product/fish-fighter-kwik-pull-anchor-retriever/

I haven't used one but my shoulders are shot, might very well be in my future.

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May 20, 2024 13:46:33   #
Chuckay Loc: Central Florida
 
EasternOZ wrote:
Thanks


I think it's because I use anchor poles and mostly fishing in shallow water 🎣🎣 it would be ok if you're pulling long anchor ropes πŸ‘

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May 20, 2024 13:49:56   #
EasternOZ Loc: Kansas City Metro
 
Chuckay wrote:
I think it's because I use anchor poles and mostly fishing in shallow water 🎣🎣 it would be ok if you're pulling long anchor ropes πŸ‘


I believe so.

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May 20, 2024 14:34:08   #
Fredfish Loc: Prospect CT.
 
EasternOZ wrote:
I believe so.


This is what we use in saltwater, so you don't have to pull your anchor up a couple hundred feet, by hand.



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May 20, 2024 14:46:11   #
EasternOZ Loc: Kansas City Metro
 
Fredfish wrote:
This is what we use in saltwater, so you don't have to pull your anchor up a couple hundred feet, by hand.


Thanks Ff

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May 20, 2024 14:46:37   #
Gordon Loc: Charleston South Carolina
 
EasternOZ wrote:


Thanks Oz. Could of used that a few weeks ago.

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May 20, 2024 14:49:12   #
EasternOZ Loc: Kansas City Metro
 
Gordon wrote:
Thanks Oz. Could of used that a few weeks ago.



Your welcome.


Several years go would have helped.

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May 20, 2024 17:19:48   #
charlykilo Loc: Garden Valley Ca
 
I don't see what it fixes and how.

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May 20, 2024 17:25:45   #
Fredfish Loc: Prospect CT.
 
EasternOZ wrote:
Thanks Ff


Note the ball lashed to the bow rail.



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May 20, 2024 17:27:49   #
Harris T. Fudpucker Loc: Lafayette, Louisiana
 
Call me cheap, don't care, mine work. 16" drill pipe 2 1/2' diameter filled with cement. I then bent a short piece of rebar at one end and welded the bar in place. Works

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May 20, 2024 17:31:31   #
Fredfish Loc: Prospect CT.
 
charlykilo wrote:
I don't see what it fixes and how.


You attach the ball to the anchor line, and drive off at a 30Β°-45Β° angle. As the ball slides down the anchor line, it lifts the anchor to the surface. Then you turn around and just retrieve the couple hundred feet of line from the surface. You only have to lift the anchor from the surface, into the boat, rather than pulling it up a couple hundred feet from the bottom.

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May 20, 2024 17:47:06   #
Rheatown Loc: Greeneville tn
 
Fredfish wrote:
You attach the ball to the anchor line, and drive off at a 30Β°-45Β° angle. As the ball slides down the anchor line, it lifts the anchor to the surface. Then you turn around and just retrieve the couple hundred feet of line from the surface. You only have to lift the anchor from the surface, into the boat, rather than pulling it up a couple hundred feet from the bottom.

πŸ‘πŸ‘answered my question before I asked

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