Base Anchoring Package (BAP1)


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The package includes everything you see in the picture:

  • Anchor Caddie STS in the Clear Grain finish
  • Galvanized 25lb 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

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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  • Whats the dimensions of the 25lbs rock breaker anchor and the caddie? I

    Hi Marcel,

    From this page, Galvanized River Rocker Break Away Anchor – Anchor-Caddie  click on the Specifications/Dimensions tab for full dimensions.

    Thanks for the question.

    Paul Anderson

  • I have a 2021 V175 combo tracker boat I was wondering what anchor weight I should go with I am fishing the rivers in Rio Vista California pretty fast current out that way also fish the Sacramento River which isn’t that fast of a current but still pretty good ….. also do you got any sales right now with a free bag ?

    Hi Gil,

    I would go with a 25lb anchor if you are going with the rocker style that we carry. If your river bottom is more mud or sand, you may want to go with a Bruce or Danforth style and drop the weight down to about 12 or 14.

    Hope this helps.

    Paul Anderson

  • I have a 20 ft sportcraft fisherman I was wondering if the 25 lb anchor would be a good choice for me or should I go bigger I fish the snake river here in idaho around American falls

    Hi Kenneth,

    A 25lb anchor should be the sweet spot for you and will cover you in most conditions.

    I have a 19 foot fiberglass boat, I/O and that is what I use. I do have an additional 6' of chain always on there, bringing it to about 32'. In addition to that, I carry another 6' of 3/8" chain that I can tag on to that, just in case I need more weight when the water is ripping. This brings it up closer to 40'.

    Hope this answers your question.

    Paul Anderson