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post #265 of Old 10-23-2017
BryceGTX
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Re: Not Getting the All-Chain Thing

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Originally Posted by travlin-easy View Post
In reality, my bit old danforth with just 20 feet of chain and the rest rode, digs into the soupy mud on the bottom of Chesapeake Bay and it's tributaries better than my plow that is all chain. It did a much better job on the sandy bottom of the Florida Keys as well. When the plow began to drag, I tossed out the danford and the boat stopped dead in it's tracks. The danforth weighs 22 pounds, while the plow is twice as heavy, but never seems to hold as well. If the danforth would fit on my anchor chock, it would be there as my primary anchor.

Good luck,

Gary
I absolutely agree with this.. soupy mud is great for a Danforth. Bahamas is also ideal for my Danforth.
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