Anchor Caddie Cadet MAX Anchoring Package (BAP-MAX)


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The package includes everything you see in the picture:

  • Anchor Caddie, Cadet MAX
  • Galvanized 15lb River Rocker Break Away Anchor
  • Anchor Puller/Buoy Ball Combo
  • 3/8" Solid Braid Nylon Rope, 300' Spool
  • 6' of 5/16" Galvanized/Zinc Chain with Quick Link

Please keep in mind that this package is intended for smaller craft, up to 16'. If you have a bigger boat, please look at our PRO or Original package.

The only thing you will need is the hardware to install your Anchor Caddie to your bow. Due to the many  different types of boats and bow decks, it would be impossible to guess what hardware you will need to install your Anchor Caddie. Don't hesitate to contact us with any questions.

It is highly recommended to use an anti-seize compound on all stainless steel hardware installations.

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  • Need anchor for a 22 foot jet boat

    Hi Carolyn,

    Our 25lb anchor would be suited for most conditions for your size of boat. I have an aluminum boat about that size and that is what I use.

    This anchor is great for multiple bottom conditions, but may not be the best for soft muddy or sandy bottoms with a very fast current.

    Thanks for the question!

    Paul Anderson

  • I have a 20 foot aluminum welded walkthrough windshield fishing boat. What weight anchor do I need for the Columbia River?

    Hi Don,

    First off, the Columbia is a big river and has different conditions in different parts of it. I can tell you what I have and what I use. I have a 19' + 2' of offshore bracket/swim deck, aluminum walk through as well, a Raider Mariner 188, and I use a 25lb anchor with 6' of 5/16" chain added to that, which brings it to a little over 32lbs or so and I stick good in most places.

    If I am in a place where I would start slipping with that setup, I add an additional 10' of chain. This keeps me from having to carry a different size anchor if I know I'm going to be in faster water. If you plan on anchoring up by the Cascade Locks in the river choke point, the current is ripping and even adding the extra chain may not hold you, but for the most part, the setup I mentioned will do the trick.

    Hope this helps.

    Paul Anderson