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Anchor Rope/Rode Bag

Anderson & Anderson Engineering

$59.95 

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Introducing the Anchor Caddie "Anchor Rope Bag"!

 The first video shows our test results of the anchor rope bag and the video below that, gives instructions for setup and use of your anchor rope bag.

Made of Phifertex ® Vinyl coated polyester mesh, the standard for UV, mildew protection & durability in outdoor materials.

  • 5 year No Nonsense guarantee. If it fails, we fix it, period!
  • Made in the USA, by people that actually use the product
  • (New) Custom cleat with buoy attachment point to accommodate up to 5/8" rope
  • Industrial strength bonded polyester stitching
  • Brass grommet on bottom to tie rope to bag. Grommet will accommodate up to 5/8" rope
  • Bag closes by two crossing straps for conveniently closing the bag to keep the rope from paying out when you don't want it to

Comes in 3 sizes:

ORIGINAL (Available in Yellow and Orange)

  • Holds approximately 500' of 3/8" or 300' of 1/2" rope.
  • Approximate size: 13" diameter by 18" high

PRO (Available in Yellow and Orange)

  • Holds approximately 700' of 3/8" or 500' of 1/2" rope.
  • Approximate size: 15" diameter by 20" high

XL (Only available in yellow at this time)

  • Holds approximately 1000' of 3/8" or 700' of 1/2" rope.
  • Approximate size: 16" diameter by 22" high

Comes in 2 high visibility colors, Hi Vis Yellow and Hi Vis Orange. Vital when throwing your bag into the water. Lets you see it easily and everyone else knows it's there so they don't run it over.

*****Please note, the rope bag will not float. You must attach the appropriate size flotation device for your chosen bag and rope*****

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  • Can I replace my existing standard cleat with your new style cleat if available? Also I had a very dangerous episode occur on the Columbia river current trying to retrieve anchor after chasing fish. Somehow the rope bag worked it’s way down the rope pulley at the surface connected to anchor ball until all slack was gone and bag was tight against the ball pulley. This left no available slack line against strong current making retrieval nearly impossible. What did I do wrong?

    Hi David,

    To answer your first question, the new custom cleat attaches in a completely different method, so it is not "take off old, add new". If you want to give me a call, we can discuss other options for this.

    The second question is a bit more difficult since I can't see what happend, but if I had to take a shot in the dark, I'm thinking that it may have been a failure in the puller and somehow slid back to the rope bag. The anchor puller is designed to slide towards the anchor and the current keeps it from sliding towards the boat, which means that in order for it to slide back to your bag/boat, it has to "not" be locked.

    I can see this happening in zero current, as the current pushes the buoy ball with the puller and keeps it locked, but in zero current it doesn't have anything to keep it in the locked position. Again, I'm just guessing, but if you want to send me a picture of your setup, I might have a better idea on how to help.

    Regards,
    Paul Anderson

  • Hi. Good looking bag. I'm concerned about how the original size bag stands up and stays open with no vertical reinforcement. Comments?

    Hi Russ,

    The bag is not designed to stand up on it's own, but does a pretty good job at doing so by folding over the top rim, as we did in the old days with paper grocery bags. That is the method I have used for years and it works. I just don't want to say that it is designed to do so.

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