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TON Anchor

Manufactures an anchor made for all type of boats including sail boats, fishing, motor boats, and personal watercraft. Includes product description and contact information. Located in Midlothian, Illinois.

The TON anchor has been designed to handle most of your anchoring needs:

Lower the TON backwards into the water, solid end down (shoveled end) nose up. This allows a smooth entry with no splash to bother the fish. The TON is balanced and will always upright itself.

Release enough rope for a 2 to 1 scope ratio. Feel the drag or tension in the line, you will feel the pull right away. More line will be necessary if the wind is strong and the water is rough.

The TONs shoveled nose will fill with any loose particles, pitch downward and start to bury itself.

Retrieving the TON is easy. Always keep tension on the rope, slowly get your boat over the top of the anchor. The tension on the rope will glide the ring across the slide bar, and lift the anchor up from the rear.

Stowing can be done anywhere. If there is no actual locker aboard, roll the TON so the slide bar is on the floor and simply place the anchor up against anything that doesn’t move.

The TON anchor has been designed to handle most of your anchoring needs.

Compact for easy handling and easy storage.

The original TON anchor works best in soft bottoms, sand, mud, small rocks, and shell.

Made of a durable plastic with a stainless steel, rust proof slide bar, the TON will never damage or gouge your boat.

All the TON anchor bodies are the same size: 13.375" in length and 4.5" across. The TON is available as small as 15 pounds and up to 20 pounds.

From the smallest of boats (even inflatables), the TON can be your primary anchor. Larger boats can use the TON too! As a lunch hook and stern anchor.

Two TONs on any boat will meet all of your anchoring needs.

TON Anchor

Midlothian Illinois.
708 293 1866

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