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 on: February 14, 2018, 04:18:42 PM 
Started by u4910 - Last post by 231CALIFORNIA
I dont often Anchor or reef/rock  but that is a nifty device for those using a grapnell type hook.
looks like the multiple pins prevent accidental trip.
I didnt look for the usa price but if it avoids loosing ground tackle great

 2 
 on: February 14, 2018, 02:57:58 AM 
Started by u4910 - Last post by Smackhawk
Have any of you guys seen these devices by "catch'n'release"?
It allows you to have the chain connected to both the head and the shank. To release the chain from the shank in order to pull the anchor up by its head, you release a small sleeve down the rode which will engage a release mechanism on the shank. It's very neat.
Not cheap though, but after having lost a few hundred dollars worth of anchor one night out on the reef, I think it's a wise investment.
Stronger, more reliable and no littering compared to using plastic zip-ties.

here's their website
https://catchnrelease.com.au

Cheers

 3 
 on: February 06, 2018, 03:57:36 PM 
Started by ACGUY - Last post by 231CALIFORNIA
HERE IS THE GALLERY LINK

http://www.prolineowners.com/index.php?action=mgallery

 4 
 on: February 06, 2018, 03:56:09 PM 
Started by ACGUY - Last post by 231CALIFORNIA
SORRY ABOUT THE TROUBLE , WE MAY OR MAY NOT BE ABLE TO FIX IT.
THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE HAS NOT RESPONDED TO REPEATED REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE WITH UPGRADES, UPDATES AND SERVER CHANGES ETC.

I AM NOT THE "OWNER" ALTHOUGH I HAD BEEN GIVEN ADMIN PERMISSIONS OVER MOST STUFF, I CAN NOT ACCESS SOME OTHERS
I CANT  ACCESS SERVER, SOFTWARE UPDATES OR WEB HOST ISSUES
i HOPE HE (OWNER CREATOR IS OK ) IM ACROSS COUNTRY.
I TRIED TO REDO  THE PERMISSIONS FOR PICTURE POSTING
PLEASE TRY AGAIN.
WE HAVE LOST SOME PHOTOBUCKET  ACCESS AND GRAPHIC CONTROLS AD FEATURES.


 5 
 on: February 06, 2018, 10:16:18 AM 
Started by ACGUY - Last post by ACGUY
Every time I try to upload pics and post a report it gets rejected due to "upload file full " warning.

Any suggestions ?

 6 
 on: January 28, 2018, 04:32:53 AM 
Started by u4910 - Last post by Mike66
An old thread, but my $.02. If the Rocna 4 or 6 fits it is a great anchor. Use the one with the slot for the shackle, it makes retrieval easier. I use the 20 on my 40' trawler and it holds great, even in 30knt winds.

 7 
 on: January 15, 2018, 09:43:13 AM 
Started by bass-yac - Last post by bass-yac
Jim
E-Mail sent
John

 8 
 on: January 13, 2018, 07:03:48 PM 
Started by bass-yac - Last post by C-Lark III
You will see some shine from the guard rail -- Only way to eliminate that is to put the light on the front of the rail.  (and run wiring all the way, etc,.  I have mine actually in front of the front edge of the hardtop, on a bracket that I made for it.  The shine off the railing is no big deal.  If you mount it back from the front of the hardtop, you might not be able to rotate it downward far enough to see closeup objects.

I vote for mounting on the front edge of the hardtop, as far forward as you can put it.  I've tried to attach a picture of mine, but it doesn't want to post it.  So, If you'd like to see my installation, drop me an email at westhunt@airspd.net

Jim

 9 
 on: January 11, 2018, 06:50:58 AM 
Started by bass-yac - Last post by bass-yac
Thank you for the response, Do you have any glare off the bow rail or anything else up there. Some say I should mount it back from the edge of the hardtop.
 I think I only need to see 30 yards in front and out from there. Mostly to see buoys that are not lighted, most are not. I run through some real narrow channels for 11 miles or so before I get to open water. After mid November they pull the buoys for the winter, so once their gone it's not a problem anymore. December 15 season is over for me.

 10 
 on: December 30, 2017, 05:06:24 PM 
Started by bass-yac - Last post by C-Lark III
I have mine on the front of the hardtop.  The higher you mount it, the better you can see water conditions and hazards (like other boats behind a swell, or a floating log).
I tried to show a picture, but no luck.  You can probably see it on the avatar picture of my boat.

J.

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