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DarkKnight

Anchor set ups

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DarkKnight

Hey guys, like to see if anyone has come up with any slick ways of storing the anchor. Just don't like having it bounce around. There must be a better way!

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Ndawg12

I have 2 box type anchors that don't fold up but fit in each other with 50' of rope on each. They both fit into a 12 x 16 tool bag from lowes and folds down plenty low to fit under any of the seats.

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wdr

My box anchor come with a bag which a put a panel from some snap together foam flooring to cushion it.

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Bill_AirJunky

The folding box anchor in a bag is a no brainer. I have an anchor buddy, a Sandspike, a buoy and about 30' of rope in the bag too. Stored under the seat in the bow, which is carpeted. Never occurred to me that there would be a problem.

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wakebrdr94

The folding box anchor in a bag is a no brainer. I have an anchor buddy, a Sandspike, a buoy and about 30' of rope in the bag too. Stored under the seat in the bow, which is carpeted. Never occurred to me that there would be a problem.

Exactly where mine goes

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isellacuras

I use a folding grapnel anchor and store it behind the bow cup holders. I use a fender for a bouy and store it in front of the cup holders. I have a bow tank so no storage under the seats. Outta site, easy to get to and hasn't had any issues holding. I've wanted to get a box anchor, I just haven't had the need.

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oldjeep

My box anchor and 50ft of rope are inside the included bag and then put inside the otherwise useless cooler behind my drivers seat. Works nice since any remaining water drains out the cooler drain.

Fits pretty snug, no bouncing that I've noticed.

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