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Duane, got my sandshark anchor today and I'm blown away man.

I was a bit concerned with ordering something like this for my boat over the internet especially for $300 bucks, because I have ordered stuff before and was disappointed when it arrived. Its hard to really get a good feel of any product from just pictures and descriptions.

Pictures don't do this thing justice though. I could tell it was solid and built well from the specs and photos of it, but when you first pick it up you know right away its built right and heavy duty. The steel shaft is thick and I was worried about the aluminum housing thinking it might give or crack, but its over a 1/4 inch thick... lol airplanes don't use aluminum that thick!

Thanks again for your help and talking to me about it and great job on building one kick-ass boat anchor. I'll be sending you some picks of the sandbar island on our next houseboat rally, you'll be getting some more orders then for sure everyone there want one of these. If you ever get down to Houston give me a shout.
Later - Roland

Roland Michaels

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Use more than one SandShark for boats over 30′

I went to the local marina today to drop off a few Sand Shark Anchors for the upcoming sale. The guys there were busy surprisingly, lots of boaters in getting service work done, mostly houseboats. One of the customers saw me struggling to carry them in and helped me out thankfully. I handed him 3 of them... he kinda grunted and gave me a look, that's about 50 pounds of steel.

We started talking and he was pretty curious, he liked the idea and design, but thought the auger blades were kind of small. He asked if I thought the anchor would hold his 40 foot houseboat on mostly a sandy bottom, off an island on the lake with a small little beach for docking. He mentioned it's a pain every time they go out, and needs to constantly watching his pvc spikes and anchor lines tied on shore to make sure they don't get pulled out. I told him two Sand Shark Anchors would hold his boat in place with no trouble, usually I recommend 1 Anchor for a 30ft boat and 1 extra anchor for every 15ft of boat after that. A lot depends on the water conditions too, but in his case it wasn't an issue.

We went out to the docking ramp near some shallow water and I let him auger one down into the clay and and sand bottom near the water on the shoreline. He flipped out the handles and cranked it down to about a foot and half pretty easily. I told him to stop there and try to pull it out. He gave it a couple big tugs, then laughed saying, "Well I doubted the auger blade size, but I probably should have known better... you seem to be selling quite a few of these and they're heavy duty. I've seen these around and never imagined they were this solid." I told him that he wasn't the first to doubt it, most people look shocked when they first hold one, commenting on the weight. I'm always more than happy in letting people try out the Sand Shark for the first time and auger it down, then try to pull it out, gets them every time!

On the Beach of Lake MichiganStainless Steel AugerStainless Steel Auger Shaft

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