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Best Kayak Boat Anchors

Updated November 2018
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    Kayaking is a great way to explore oceans and rivers, as well as get in a great workout. If you take your kayak out beyond the shore or prefer to keep it in the water when you’re not using it then you might want to purchase a kayak anchor. These small anchors resemble those used on big boats but tend to be smaller and quite lightweight – many are actually made out of durable plastic. Most kayak boat anchors come with a line, a clip to connect to your kayak, and a carrying case. If you plan to anchor your kayak in rougher waters we encourage you to look for a full metal anchor to make sure your craft doesn’t float away.

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