Rebar anchor spike?

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sunshine
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Rebar anchor spike?

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I've got a stick it and a Wang stick. Both are great but the stick it fiberglass has lost its coating and will aggravate the heck out of you. Duct tape helps. Wang stick has no problems.

The shaft of my mud motor also works pretty good in 3' or less.

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1960 yellowboat
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Okay.
Here's my EL Cheapo idea.
Take a threaded plumbing flange and attach it to the rear of the boat.
Screw a 2 inch nipple into that
Screw a "T" onto the nipple
Get a section of thin wall conduit and cut a point on one end and fashion a wood handle on the other
The conduit slides through the "T"
And you have it!

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gnappi
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Post by gnappi »

A piece of PVC with the tip sharpened works, and it won't clank against the hull as much as rebar. Unless you have two the biggest problem is you will rotate around the anchor in the breeze or current.

There are youtube videos on it but it's pretty straightforward to make one.
Regards,

Gary (in South Florida)

dent
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anchoring pin/ poles brackets.
hold anchoring pins securely to hull.
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360' rotating head.
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UV resistant materials.
ss hardware/ bungees included.
$50.00 / free shipping.
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set of three (3)
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snag-free push pole brackets (3)
item # 18
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round/ narrow base
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this weekend
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the hammer
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How about using the pole from a extendible pruner and turn in upside-down?

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I guess I goy lucky with my boat…… I have U- bolts mounted in the back for trailering, and the fiberglass tree stakes fit right in them. I bought the rubber clip for holding you bow and stern light when not in use at Walmart for holder in the boat. I got pvc tees for handles. I flip them upside down and use for push poles if the bottoms too soft.
1548 Polar Kraft Mod V with 25 hp Yamaha 4 stroke.

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