1810125

Minn Kota Deckhand 25

Minn Kota Deckhand 25

Description

The Minn Kota Deckhand 25 includes davit for stowing most styles of anchors.

Features

  • 25lb Anchor Capacity (Anchor Not Included)
  • Pre-Spooled With 60 Feet Of 800-lb Test Nylon Rope
  • Davit Can Be Mounted At Base Of DeckHand Or In Remote Position On Deck
List Price
$209.99
Your Price
$180.65
In Stock

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Details

Pre-spooled with 60 feet of 800-lb test nylon rope. Runs on 12-volt battery (not included). Get precision boat placement and the ability to stay on the fish as long as you want with a DeckHand™ electric anchor winch. It automatically raises or lowers your anchor at the touch of a button, and its special anti-drag system senses the bottom to allow for controlled drifting.

Features

  • Stow and deploy switch integrated into the base of the unit
  • Auto-drift feature automatically stops the motor when the anchor touches bottom (or hits an obstacle); when slack in teh rope becomes tight, rope is automatically released; lock the winch with the touch of a button
  • Consistent hold pattern with older DeckHand models (DH-18, DH-20, DH-35)
  • Includes: remote mountable anchor davit

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Minn Kota Deckhand 25 1810125 Deckhand 25
$180.65
In Stock

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