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Tightline Anchors K4x Kayak Anchor

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$59.99 to $71.99
SKU: F17765
$59.99 to $71.99

Details


Anchor into your favorite fishing spot with lightweight precision using the Tightline Anchors K4x Kayak Anchor and hunker down until you hit your limit. This anchor is constructed using durable 18 gauge stainless steel and secured with sturdy MILSPEC Monel rivets. A P-Line #7 shark swivel is fastened to a loop on 7x7 strand stainless steel cable for nearly unbreakable strength when throwing or retrieving. The Tightline Anchors K4x Kayak Anchor is compact and lightweight for easy storage on your kayak. With an aggressive grapnel design, this anchor promises a quick and deep anchor bite every time.


  • Height: 6 in.
  • Weight: Approx. 14 oz.
  • 18 GA. stainless steel construction
  • Fastened with sturdy MILSPEC Monel rivets
  • P-Line #7 shark swivel
  • 7x7 strand stainless steel cable loop
  • Collapsible
  • Break-away eyelets for retrieval
  • Cerakote finish
  • Compact

Ratings & Reviews

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Had High Hopes

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The idea behind this anchor is great, good concept for how it is supposed to work. I have used it a few times now, in different lakes, soft, rocky hard bottom lakes. 10 to 25 feet deep. This anchor just does not hold a 10 foot kayak in anything over a 2 or 3 mph breeze, anything over that you may as well use a drift sock to slow yourself. I really wanted this to work but it just doesn't hold unless you can get it snagged on something in the bottom of the lake.

Had High Hopes

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The idea behind this anchor is great, good concept for how it is supposed to work. I have used it a few times now, in different lakes, soft, rocky hard bottom lakes. 10 to 25 feet deep. This anchor just does not hold a 10 foot kayak in anything over a 2 or 3 mph breeze, anything over that you may as well use a drift sock to slow yourself. I really wanted this to work but it just doesn't hold unless you can get it snagged on something in the bottom of the lake.