600' 1/2" Anchor line

Gotofish

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Bought new this year and used 4 times.

-Anchor line marked in 100' sections, loop on the boat end
-2 pieces of heavy chain, one about 8', the other maybe 12'
-Tote for storage
-NO anchor included
$260

Ed
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Gotofish

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Here's a pic. I basically overbought both in length and size for a 23'.....

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JoFishes

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Im thinking more having 1800' of anchor line as opposed to 1200'QUOTE]
My thinking was that a beast like yours would require no less than 3/4" anchor line unless you do not have the 1-3 kts tide we have down here where we anchor.
I just put 600' of 5/8" new anchor line on my little boat to anchor in 200' and a 40# danforth w/30' 5/16 chain....FWIW Jo;)
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Helen L

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5/8 is plenty for me. I have 600' of 3/4 and 600' of 5/8. I take what I can get at a good price. 1/2 would get the job done too
 

JoFishes

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Well then....I just took 600' of 1/2" off my boat and you can have it for free. Just come on down LOL. It's only 6 months old and you need a vacation anyhow, don't you?? Jo
 

Gotofish

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Bringing this back to the top.....someone must need some anchor line. Like I said, all marked off and ready to go.
 

Gotofish

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Still have this anchor line taking up space in the yard.

Think there's only one piece of chain in there now-not sure which one.

$200 or will trade for a 2hp outboard +/- some cash.

Ed
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