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  1. Stainless Steel Danforth/Fluke Boat Anchor by Norestar™

    Modeled after the original Danforth Boat Anchor, this Fluke/Danforth anchor is constructed from stainless steel to provide a truly spectacular finish. It is a guaranteed head turner when mounted on the bow of your boat!
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    $80 - $530
  2. Fluke Anchor Kit: 150' Rope, 6' Chain, for small boats

    This is the ultimate anchor and rope package for small boats.

    This anchor kit includes a hot dipped galvanized Fluke (Danforth Style) anchor along with 150' of three strand nylon rope, 6' of hot dipped galvanized proof coil chain, and two anchor shackles connecting everything together. It includes everything you need to anchor your boat with peace of mind.

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    $75 - $125
  3. Fortress Aluminum Pivoting Fluke Boat Anchor

    Fortress anchors weigh only half as much as heavier steel anchors and yet outperforms them all. Why? Because the Fortress design does not depend upon weight to provide world class performance. All this adds up to your best value in anchoring, safety, and convenience.

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    $169 - $713
  4. Danforth Galvanized Steel Fluke Boat Anchor

    Danforth® Galvanized Anchors are designed to have a high holding strength while being lightweight. They work especially well in sand, gravel, and mud bottoms
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    $30 - $830

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Fluke Anchors

The Danforth anchor (also called the Fluke anchor) is one of the most popular anchors for every day, recreational boaters. It has arguably the best holding power in mud and sand, the most common sea-bottom.

Pros: Performs well in mud and sand. Arguably the most popular general purpose anchor. Stows easily on most bow rollers.
Cons: Does not perform well outside of mud/sand.