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Sea-Cure Anchors

Tarpon anglers find them ideal when setting up and waiting for fish in heavy current.

March 11, 2010
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Constructed of stainless steel and bronze, Sea-Cure anchors are built to last a lifetime. Available in three sizes (3½, 6 and 13 pounds), they can be used on any craft from canoes to bay boats up to 22 feet in length. Tarpon anglers find them ideal when setting up and waiting for fish in heavy current. The anchors feature two attaching points for the rode. In rocky conditions, the shackle may be attached to the rear hole and then zip-tied to the front shackle. If the flukes get hung up, the zip tie can be broken, allowing the anchor to be pulled in backward. www.seacureanchors.com

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