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Land Anchor


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Model # 592313 | Mfg # 006.0

Product Description

Heavy steel auger secures boats to shore or in shallow water. To set, simply screw into the soil or sand. Its special helix design provides better holding power than straight mooring stakes.

  • Powdercoat corrosion protection
  • Padded storage bag included
  • 22"L


Land Anchor

Benefits Easily Secures your Boat from the Shoreline in Sand, Clay or Firm Soil
Best Use Sand
Boat Length Less than 22 Feet
Design Land Anchors
Dimensions 22" Length
Material Powdercoated Steel
Not Recommended For Only for Shoreline Anchoring
Type Land Anchors
Warranty Details One Year

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Ironwood Pacific Land Anchor

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Works well for its intended purpose, and more

By anchorman

from Maine

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  • Easy To Install
  • Easy To Use
  • Quality Construction


  • Paint coating wears easily, leads to rust

Best Uses

  • Personal Watercraft
  • Small Boats

Comments about Ironwood Pacific Land Anchor:

This screw-in anchor should work well for its intended application. It goes in and comes out easily, but holds well in reasonably firm soil or mud. The painted coating does wear fairly easily, leading to rusting; it doesn't impact performance but it's not quite as nice as when new. I've used one of these as a light-duty mooring anchor for 15 years in a tidal harbor with firm mud bottom. I screw it in all the way leaving just the ring exposed, and attach chain and line with a shackle. It has held a 16' open wooden boat fine without any sign of budging despite periodic rough weather. I usually remove in the fall and reset it in the spring, but sometimes have left it in all year. I've replaced one after the attaching ring got some wear after 5-8 years of use, but overall the anchor held up very well; admittedly this is not the recommended usage, but with the right conditions it has served very impressively.

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By chris

from Boston, MA

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Comments about Ironwood Pacific Land Anchor:

Works great. Stows easily. Much better holding than spikes or helixes. But the powder coating will wear off in less than a season. Then it rusts like crazy. Still usable. But messy.

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