Stick It Anchor Pins are an easy way to anchor on the flats. You simply attach the anchor line to your cleat, run the pin through the other end of the line and push it into the bottom. There are several sizes and one will fit your particular needs. You can purchase the pins separately or in systems that come complete with anchor lines, mounting clips and SS nuts and bolts. Each anchor pin has a textured molded T-handle for easier penetration into the bottom while standing or sitting in your vessel.
Whether you are fishing a Bay Boat or a Kayak, the Stick It Anchor Pin will hold you on the fish with little effort on your part. All you have to do is stick it in the bottom and you are ready to fish without worrying about drifting off.
An accessory called The Brake fits any hull configuration to place an Anchor Pin right where you want it. I use mine on the bow to position the boat exactly where I want it after putting the Power Pole down. The Break is made from UV stabilized injection molded high end custom formulated fiber filled nylon. It is engineered for strength and durability for years of trouble free use. On those windy days the Stick It Anchor Pin will come to the rescue allowing you to gain the casting angle you want. This tool is so easy to use you won’t believe it.
This incredible light weight, low impact, shallow water anchoring system is flexible, extremely strong and offers a fast, quiet alternative to throwing an anchor overboard when you‘ve found that perfect bait pod or school of fish.
It is a light weight, low impact device that does not harm the sea grasses. No more pulling up grass while removing the anchor. There is virtually no footprint left on the bottom after using a Stick It Anchor Pin.
For more information visit their web site at www.StickItAnchorPins.com or call 941-815-6875
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