002.1R

Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Lift Buoy Assemblies

Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Lift Buoy Assemblies

Description

The Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Lifts are great for anchoring in lakes and rivers.

Features

  • Also works with crab and shrimp pots
  • Acts as a marker buoy in case of a quick anchor release
  • Stainless steel sliding bolt locks the anchor at the surface
List Price
$69.95
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$62.96
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Details

AnchorLift Anchor Puller w/Standard Red Buoy
002.1R

Buoy Size: Standard
Buoy Diameter: 11.5"
Lifting Capacity: 30lbs
Color: Red

AnchorLift is ideal for anchoring in lakes and rivers with anchor lines that are rigged with under 15 feet of chain. The chain will not thread through the AnchorLift body. Its also an excellent way to easily pull up shrimp or crab pots rigged with nylon or polypropylene line.

Features:
  • Will float anchors or traps up to 80 lbs
  • Stainless steel sliding bolt locks the anchor at the surface
  • Constructed from marine-grade nylon reinforced with stainless steel at all wear points
  • Requires ⅜" to ⅝" anchor line
  • Also works with crab and shrimp pots
  • Acts as a marker buoy in case of a quick anchor release
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in the USA
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Lift Buoy Assemblies 002.1R Anchor lift buoy assembly with standard red buoy, 30-pound capacity
$62.96
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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Lift Buoy Assemblies 002.2R Anchor lift buoy assembly with large red buoy, 60-pound capacity
$80.96
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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Lift Buoy Assemblies 002.25R Anchor lift buoy assembly with jumbo red buoy, 80-pound capacity
$98.96
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