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I''m in the market for something a little more substantial for my Gemini 3000 than the #22 Bruce I now carry. One of interesting things I came across was the Bulwagga. PC liked it. And, of course, it''s got it''s proponents. Anyone out there care to comment?
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I attended a Docking and Anchoring seminar at the AC Boat Show this winter. The speaker had good things to say about it with the exception of storage due to its shape.

I liked it also, but I went with a Fortress FX 16 for my C&C 30 because it is LIGHT and I don''t have a bow roller. The design seems to suit the sandy/muddy bottoms here in LI/Bock Island Sound.
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Why don''t you get a larger Bruce?

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Bulwagga Anchor

This anchor really holds!

I have attached mine to the bow pulpit using cable ties which worked but required cutting to use the anchor. West Marine has a white plastic device for bumpers that they sell in pairs. I attached the Bulwagga to a pair. It works quick & easy!
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