Minn Kota Talon 10' Shallow Water Anchor - Camouflage *Remanufactured

Minn Kota Talon 10' Shallow Water Anchor - Camouflage *Remanufactured
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Talon Anchor

We've lowered the anchor, raised the bar and silenced the competition. The Talons are completely redesigned with a motor that's 30% more powerful, 30% quieter, and 100% guaranteed to be the last shallow water anchor you'll ever need.

Game On. Gloves Off.
No shallow water anchor makes a statement like Talon. Our unprecedented models feature bold color options, and they give fish nowhere to run and nowhere to hide.
30% More Power
Anchor anywhere, and retract any time. The Talon gives you all the power you need for any situation.
30% Less Noise
Speak softly and carry a 12-foot stick. This motor is 30% quieter, so fish can't hear Talon coming.

Put your boat on Lockdown and put fish on notice.
The faster you lock into your spot, the sooner you can get your line back in the water. That's why we built a shallow water anchor that deploys quicker, holds stronger and runs quieter. Then we made it better. These Talons anchor deeper, run smarter and feature innovations that no other anchor can touch.

Talon deploys quickly and automatically so you can get your line in the water faster
  • Fast Deploy
    Head-to-head, our spike deploys faster than the competition, so you can get into position quickly.
  • Multi-Stage Deployment

Quick, quiet, sequential vertical deployment lets Talon anchor faster and deeper without interfering with your lines. These models deploy in three stages, giving you additional anchoring depth without increasing the height of Talon.

With user-selectable anchoring modes, you can choose the right amount of force for each situation, guaranteeing a secure hold and easy anchor retraction.
  • 2x Anchoring Force
    Talon is built with double the force of the competition to lock you into your spot with unparalleled strength and security.
  • Built-In Wave Absorption

Talon allows your boat to move up or down without affecting the anchor. It uses a built-in floating suspension to keep you locked to the bottom, even in rough water conditions.

Even with an arsenal of innovative features, Talon is designed to run quiet so it won't spook fish.
  • Simple Design
    Built with minimal moving parts and no hinge points, Talon starts quiet and stays quiet.
  • Noise Dissipation

The innovative design keeps Talon silent below the water, so fish can't hear it coming.

Talon is easier and less costly to install, maintain and control.
  • Innovative Design
    Talon's space-saving, lightweight design makes it as easy to install as a trolling motor, with no messy, complicated hydraulic pumps or hoses.
  • Versatile Adjustments

A Quick Release Bracket enables Talon to adjust up and down, pivot up to 30° to fit any transom, or be easily removed when not in use.

Standard Wireless Remotes
Two wireless remotes come standard to give you push-button control of Talon from anywhere on the boat. Includes dash mount holder.
Rugged Anchoring Spike
Guaranteed for Life!
Our composite spike can withstand years of abuse with unmatched reliability.
Durable Construction
Talon is built with legendary Minn Kota® toughness and reliability, and is designed to fully combat the corrosive effects of saltwater.
LED Depth Indicator
Track anchor depth at a glance. The LED lights on Talon show you how far down you're deployed, with each light indicating two feet of depth.
Deployment Notification Alarm
This audible alert tells you if you start the engine while the anchor is down.
Five-Year Warranty
Talon carries a five-year limited warranty - plus a lifetime warranty on the spike and a five-year warranty on all brackets.
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