The Anchorman Wreck Anchors are not made from recycled rebar, they have a simple design and made from a durable material. The material helps eliminate anchor loss. These anchors are low maintenance and require only a can of black spray paint. They are perfect anchors for any size boat and will grab any bottom wreck/structure. These anchors are used by both everyday fishermen and charter boat captains.
worked excellent i have a 21 foot cuddy cabin anchor held by the bay bridge against good currents
Works great, even with anchor ball
May 11, 2018
I attached chain to top and zip tied bottom. Kept 30â€;™; center console in place, even on windy days. Worked fine on hard bottom, which was my concern before purchase.
ProsTop and bottom attachment loops. Works with anchor ball.
Perfect Jetty Anchor
March 7, 2018
Use this every time we fish the jetties and never have an issue pulling it up.
You Fish Wrecks This Is The Anchor To Use
February 9, 2018
Anyone fishing wrecks in the Northeast knows about this anchor! It holds tight, easy to recover, and youâ€;™;ll probably never lose another wreck anchor again.
ProsQuality workmanship and excellent materials
Best Wreck Anchor
November 14, 2017
This is by far the best wreck anchor on the market. A must have for small to medium sized boat blackfishing and wreck fishing.
By Bill M.
Wakefield, Rhode Island
November 18, 2015
works like a charm. used as 2nd anchor for tautog fishing. works very well.
Bill Matteson Rhode Island
By jonathan b.
October 29, 2015
Big anchor- good quality-great price
August 8, 2014
Excellent product ! Even better then advertised
ProsWell made and easy to use
September 17, 2013
I have a wreck that is small but holds a lot of fish. Bought this anchor to hold tight over the wreck. First time out grappled the wreck it was nonstop until I ran out of bait. Conventional anchoring I would drift on and of of the wreck. Come time to leave anchor released first try.
ProsVery well made.
ConsSome typ of permanent cap on anchor tips to pretect the boat would be nice. May not be practical though.
By Tony M.
The Best Wreck Anchor I ever Used
June 27, 2013
I used the anchorman anchor today without a chain and made 5 drops. My old re- bar could never hold !
ProsNever need a chain which is the main reason for losing an anchor
Sandy Hook, NJ
You won't be disappointed!
June 27, 2013
I have used both the 12 lb. and 18 lb. anchors made by the Anchorman. Simply put, I have no need to use anything else when trying to stay tight to a piece. These things are solid, no problem holding a 45 ft. boat in moderate seas. Not to mention, they are easy as can be to pull, which makes jumping from spot to spot that much easier. If you are going to buy a wreck anchor, just buy one of these depending on your boat size and don't worry about losing anchors or bending out some cheap rebar imitation. One and done.
ProsEasy to pull Solid welded construction Wont bend under normal pressure Feel comfortable throwing on some sticky stuff
By Michael c.
These easiest and simplest of wreck anchors
June 27, 2013
I've been using my anchorman wreck anchor for the last 3 years and time and time again I'm impressed by the release method of this anchor. The strength it's its hold. I've been lucky enough not to have lost one but if I do I would purchase another ASAP. Great anchor. And a must for seabass and toggers.
By Capt P.
These anchors Rock
June 27, 2013
I am a Captain of a charter boat out of Belmar NJ . I use this Anchor for most of my wreck and Rock rock fishing. I have a 35 ft donnell and this anchor holds it even in the roughest of seas. I fish some real sticky stuff and never had the metal fail.... when i first bought this anchor i bought 2 expecting to destroy it fairly quickly w the amount of wreck fishing i do. well i still have the other one brand new in the locker on boat....
For example, your 22 foot boat does not have enough storage space to fit the 14 lb anchor. You can choose to go with the 10 lb model, and rather than only using the 3-4 foot minimum chain, increase that to 8-12 feet for offshore use, and 6-10 feet for lakes & rivers.
Submitted by:Andrew Montagna on October 4, 2019
Most Helpful Answer
from Buzzards Bay, MA asked:
May 6, 2018
Is a chain reccomended? Would a chain make it more prone to hanging up? Thanks
For a wreck anchor you can tie direct to the anchor. Most people zip tie the line onto the shank of the anchor to create a release system when pulling the anchor up from the wreck. The chain is not needed.