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YakGear Bruce Anchor

(8 customer reviews)

$12.99

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Description

Coastal anchoring can be tough with anything other than the YakGear 2.2lb (1kg) Bruce Anchor.  This 2.2lb (1kg) galvanized steel plow anchor is the preferred anchor choice for coastal and near-shore fishermen. The plow shaped design allows the anchor to dig easily into the sand, silt, and muddy bottoms.

Note* – It is recommended to use at least 3 times the depth of water as the length of your anchor rope in calm waters and 4 to 5 times the depth of the water in choppy waters or windy conditions.

  • 2.2lb galvanized steel Bruce Anchor
  • Self-orienting

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 8 × 8 in

8 reviews for YakGear Bruce Anchor

  1. Kraig

    I use this anchor while Jetski fishing and it works great. It’s light weight but has great holding power.

  2. Glenn Madden

    I use this anchor from the kayak and it holds well on mud or sand bottom. Just be sure to let out enough rope so it can bite. Light in weight, but not a lightweight!

  3. Glenn Madden

    I use this anchor from the kayak and it holds well on mud or sand bottom. Just be sure to let out enough rope so it can bite. Light in weight, but not a lightweight!

  4. Ed P

    The Bruce Claw Anchor is the only way to go! I use mine for everything from inshore to offshore, and when rigged correctly, it will hold you still in the toughest conditions. The best anchor you can buy for soft and sandy bottoms. Not great for rocky bottoms.

  5. Robert F.

    These anchors are perfect for muddy or sandy bottoms. I use them when offshore in my kayak and they withstand a lot of current and wind for how compact it is. Pro tip: attach your line to the hope closer to the bruce claw, then ziptie the rope to the hole at the other end. If you get it hung up, the ziptie will break and you’ll pull up from the bottom of the anchor. This trick has saved me dozens of anchors!

  6. Robert F.

    These anchors are perfect for muddy or sandy bottoms. I use them when offshore in my kayak and they withstand a lot of current and wind for how compact it is. Pro tip: attach your line to the hope closer to the bruce claw, then ziptie the rope to the hole at the other end. If you get it hung up, the ziptie will break and you’ll pull up from the bottom of the anchor. This trick has saved me dozens of anchors!

  7. Shawn Blunt

    Light weight and works well in all types of bottoms so far. Is my go to anchor after trying several through the years.

  8. Allan Prunier

    Seems to be very well made, I honestly haven’t had a chance to try it yet as I have had other things to attend to. I have so many videos and reviews of this style anchor working great for kayaks. I love how it has the option to rig it so you can retrieve it if it becomes stuck. I have also seen many different ways of stowing this one. Great product!

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