Outcast Float Tube Anchor

Outcast Float Tube Anchor
Outcast Float Tube Anchor
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Float Tube Anchor by Outcast
Stop drifting aimlessly on your outings with the help of the Outcast Float Tube Anchor. This two-pound lead anchor is deployed and retrieved easily with an included 100-foot nylon line that helps you stay put when going from fishing spot to fishing spot. Plus, it comes with a carrying case that clips to your float tube's D-rings for neat storage when not in use.

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SKU: OTS000I
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