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Old 05-10-2010, 07:15 AM
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I made five of these, one of which I'm keeping myself (black/blue). I'm selling for $60 dollars a piece. I'm located on the MS Coast if you would like to save shipping. I can ship them for $18 anywhere in the lower 48 States. Just email me if you are interested, cobiasco@cableone.net. They are a great, cheap alternative to the 1500 dollar ones. Will hold bay boats up to 22 foot as tested.

All are sold, sorry. Should have a few more by end of next week.

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Old 05-10-2010, 07:50 AM
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These are sweet! My stepdad has one on his SeaHunt BX22. Work great, and allot less hassel then throwing an anchor!
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Those are awesome, if I can assume you also build rods and where are you getting those grips from? I haven't built anything in awhile but seeing those makes me want to start.
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You just stick em in the mud or what?
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Thanks for the comments. They are a 5/8" solid fiberglass rod. You basically place a line on them preferably a polypropylene line(unlike nylon it does not act like a spring) and just push them into the mud, sand, most any bottom. If in real shallow water it is best to make a loop with your line and place it on the shaft of the anchor. Great for finding oyster beds too. I have been using the black/blue one for the past year. I needed one that I could fit into a vertical rod holder that would not bang around.
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Do they work as well or better than the 'Stick-It Anchor Pins' I've read about ??? I've been thinking about buying 1 of those. Yours look cooler
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check your PM please
ill take the camo one
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Camo one is bada$$. How long are they?
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Reel Stamas,

No, they work the same. I wanted to make my own to fit my needs. I made the others because it was going to cost me almost the same to make one as it would cost me to make five.
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Originally Posted by creekman View Post
Camo one is bada$$. How long are they?
Creekman,

They are 8'.
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Camo one is Sold!
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I'll take two. The red and the other blue one.
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I'll take whatever one you have left. Shoot me a PM on which one you have left. I am in Baton Rouge.

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Email sent. I'll take one if you have any left.
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Are you going to make any more of these? Pretty cool.
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All are sold. I should have enough material to make four more by the end of next week, one of those is already spoken for. When I get a few more made I will post again. Thanks for the comments everyone!
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I personally don't have a need for one of these, but they look bad as_.

If I can make a suggestion, you need to make some a little shorter and sell them as walking sticks.
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Cobiasco...I would love to have one in Camo if possible...If not I'll take what is available

Thank you
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If you make any more I would like one
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I'm in for one

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