1810454

Minn Kota Talon BT 12' Shallow Water Anchor - Silver/White

Minn Kota Talon BT 12' Shallow Water Anchor - Silver/White
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TALON
Shallow Water Anchor

Talon Down. Game On.
Introducing the all-new Talon shallow water anchor. Multiple anchoring modes, and control from the bow, transom, console, remote or mobile app. Unlock more water, and never miss another fish. Only with Talon.

Unlock the Water
Talon is built to help you control more water and catch more fish. From the second you hit the button to the moment you’re ready to move, Talon locks in and doesn’t let go

Built-In Work Light
Lets you tie lines and work from the transom any time of day - or night.  Includes blue and white light color options with three brightness settings.

Control from Anywhere
With more control options than ever before, you can Talon down from anywhere on the boat.

5-Year Warranty
Talon carries a five-year limited warranty - plus a lifetime warranty on the spike and a five-year warranty on all brackets

Control Panel
Control stow and deploy, anchoring modes, and the work light right on Talon's control panel

Wireless Remote
Two standard, wireless remotes let you control everything on Talon from anywhere in the boat, for up to two Talons, separately or together

Wireless Foot Switch
Optional foot Switch offers full, wireless control of Talon from the bow.

Mobile App
Get quick command of Talon and fast software updates right from your mobile device.

User-Selectable Anchoring Modes
Choose between multiple modes to ensure the right hold and fast, easy anchor retraction

Fast, Vertical Deployment
Talon's patented, sequential vertical deployment is quicker, and quieter than the competition, while staying out of your way.

Twice the Force
Talon deploys with twice the anchoring force of the competition, so you can hold in any spot.

Auto Up/Down
Makes lowering and raising Talon as easy as using a car's automatic windows.

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