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Product DescriptionThe unique shank configuration of the Chene anchor allows for 45° of holding surface, so the large flukes penetrate deeply. Slip shank angle makes the anchor 100% retrievable. Can be retrieved straight up without the use of a separate trip line. High-tensile zinc-plated steel construction. Not for use with anchor chains. Use anchor rope only.
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Q:what is the length of the resting bar?Asked on 10/13/2013 by Mike from Kalamazoo,Mi.
A:The resting bar is 11 inches long.Answered on 10/23/2013 by Anonymous
Q:I purchased this anchor based on the good reviews. My boat is 18ft. I took it out last weekend and I must say the anchor did not hold in minimal wind. I have tried:
1. Lowering it
2. Lowering it and reversing a few yards.
3. Lowering it and reversing a few yards giving it extra slack.
It was a sand/weed bottom lake. Slight winds. 4 people in the boat and the boat just kept drifting. Any suggestions? Was I using it wrong?
JulianAsked on 9/16/2013 by Juels98 from Twin Cities, MN
Q:What material is this made of? It looks like brass in the picture.Asked on 12/30/2009 by Jim from Florida
A:It's not brass , it's anodised steel . so it's rust resistant.Answered on 8/30/2010 by Ohio River Rat from New Martinsville ,WV
Q:What is the approx. wiegth on SKU 33822 (16 to 25 footer)? And how much bigger and heavier is the SKU 33823 (26 to 30 footer)?Asked on 9/23/2009 by Mark from Fort Myers Beach, Fl
A:Item 33822 weighs 4.2 pounds and item 33823 weighs 6.2 pounds. That is shipping weight and may not be the actual weight of the anchor, but that is the closest information about the weight of the anchor. The packaging would weigh the same for both so the 33823 is 2 pounds heavier than 33822. Hope that helps.Answered on 9/28/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTON'S TECHNICIAN
A:Mark I don't know the weight of the next size up,but if I need another one I would order the larger size! The 16 to 25 ft. is very small but does work well. I do most fishing beyond 20 miles so the larger one would work better! Hope this helps! My boat is a 23ft. Robalo W/A cuddy!Answered on 5/19/2012 by Bill from Wilmington N.C.
Q:what is the approx weight and approx dimensions for the 16-25 foot boat version of this anchor - does it take up a lot of room?Asked on 4/29/2009 by Anonymous
A:OAL 11"X 11"
FLUKE LENGTH IS 9"
OAW IS 5"Answered on 4/30/2009 by Matt from Gander Tech
Q:How long are the flukesAsked on 4/28/2009 by Richard in Marketing from Greenville, NC
A:OAL 11"x 11"
Fluke length is 9"
OAW is 5"Answered on 4/29/2009 by Matt from Gander Tech