Videos & Images

 
  
 
Florida Angler Captain Jimmy Nelson gives an overview of the Hurricane Boat Anchor's advantages
 

 
 
Hurricane Boat Anchors are easy to release - simply draw in the line to move the boat directly over the top of the anchor, and lift up.
Note: Anchor shown here without being rigged up for the "break-away" release
 
 
 
 
Does your anchor keep on sliding? Not with a Hurricane Anchor!
 
 
 
 
 
A customer submitted video from Charlotte Harbor, Florida showing how quickly the anchor sets in a 15 mph wind without backing down.
The anchor was removed from the roller for demonstration purposes, and the speed at which the anchor set almost caused the user to be pulled overboard.
 
 

Images

 
 
 
The 14lb model holding solid at a 2:1 scope on a 38' Center Console weighing 11,000+ lbs.
Hurricane Boat Anchors are great for the sandbar when a short scope, and quick setting is needed for crowded areas. 
 
 
 
 
Florida Angler Brooke Thomas With the 7 lb Mini Hurricane Anchor
 
 
 
The 14 lb anchor holding solid with very little scope, and barely even dug in.
 Even in the finest sand, the patented backplate quickly slows the anchor down like a parachute,
which results in extremely fast setting with maximum holding power.
 
 
 
 
The 22 lb Stainless Steel Hurricane on a 10m Trojan 
 
 
 
The 7 lb Mini Hurricane Anchor was designed to fit in a standard 5 gallon bucket with plenty of room to also store your rope and chain.
Perfect if you pull anchor and move frequently - simply toss the mucky anchor in a bucket.
Never lose another stuck with our "breakaway" release method

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