Talon is available as a two-stage deployment anchor that reaches 6' and 8' anchoring depths, or as a three-stage deployment anchor that reaches 10' or 12' anchoring depths. 6' and 8' models are available in silver. 10' and 12' models are available in an assortment of colors.
With no hydraulics, the lightweight, space-saving Talon is as easy to install as a trolling motor.
User-Selectable Anchoring Modes
Anchoring in hard bottom isn’t the same as anchoring into mud.
With Talon, you can choose between multiple modes to ensure the right hold and fast, easy anchor retraction.
Hit the button, then get back to fishing. Only Talon has Auto Up/Down, which makes lowering and raising the anchor as easy as using a car’s automatic windows.
Fast, Vertical Deployment
2X anchoring force. Talon is built with double the force of the competition to lock you into your spot with unparalleled strength and security.
Built-In Wave Absorption
Talon allows your boat to move up or down without affecting the anchor. Its exclusive built-in floating suspension keeps you locked to the bottom, even in rough water.
LED Depth Indicator
The LED lights on Talon show you how far down you’re deployed with each light indicating one foot (on 6' and 8' models) or two feet (on 10' and 12' models) of depth.
Deployment Notification Alarm
If you try to take off while the anchor is deployed, the audible alert with let you know.
Standard Wireless Remotes
Two wireless remotes – and a dash mount holder – come standard to give you push-button control of Talon from anywhere on the boat.
Triple Debris Shields
Three custom-fit shields on the bottom and inside of Talon prevent mud or anything else from being pulled back into the unit.
While other anchors limit you to one position, Talon’s Quick Release Bracket enables up and down adjustment, 30° of pivoting, and easy removal when Talon’s not in use.
Anchoring Depth: 12'
Product Weight: 47.5 lbs.
Product Height: 57"
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