Fishing Boat Gear - Tired of Losing Anchors? New Breakawayä Anchor Releases if the Anchor Becomes Stuck in Bad Anchoring Situations
A new anchor has been invented for boaters who have problems retrieving their anchor in rock, coral, wrecks, limbs, or other difficult bottom situations. Anchor Concepts, Inc. has developed an anchor that sets and holds when needed, but breaks away when the anchor becomes lodged and does not release by normal means.
The HydroBubbleâ BreakAway anchor features a specially designed cam capable of handling a workload in excess of 1.000 pounds. The anchor will not release under normal forward pull when anchored, but will disengage with only 60-80 pounds of upward pull on the rode if the anchor becomes stuck. Once the locking mechanism disengages the shank folds back and the anchor can be pulled out backwards. When back onboard the anchor can easily be reset using the simple cam locking action.
The anchor comes with a locking pin to allow suspension of the breakaway feature. This allows the anchor be used as a normal fixed anchor when the breakaway feature isn’t required; for instance, when anchoring overnight.
All patented HydroBubble anchors have a buoyancy bubble that compels the anchor to immediately right itself after entering the water. This insures that the anchor will always land upright and ready to set without requiring it to be dragged as part of the setting process.
All HydroBubble anchors come with a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee. Anchors are available from authorized dealers and from Anchor Concepts, Inc. online at www.anchorconcepts.com, phone 919-404-0409 or toll free at 1-888-282-2535.
HydroBubble BreakAway anchors come in two models suitable for boats up to 30 feet. The galvanized steel SportBubble 300 BreakAway lists at $150, and an all-stainless Captain’s Choice 35BA BreakAway at $250
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