Shallow Water Anchor Pole Quick Stop Durable Fishing Power-Pole Product Launched

Online motor boat parts store MotorTech launched a complete range of Power Pole anchors. Designed for improved precision, performance and efficiency for shallow water fishing, the anchors feature quick and precise deployment, noise reduction technology and improved durability.

Suffolk, United States - February 9, 2018 /PressCable/ —

MotorTech, a store offering a large selection of motor boat parts and related products, announced a full range of Power Pole shallow water anchors. Designed for precise and convenient fishing, the anchors ensure quick stop within ten feet of the target area, 360-degree movement flexibility, and improved security due to the high-durability Everflex spike.

More information can be found at http://motortechva.com/power-pole.

The new Power Pole anchors are designed to offer sport fishermen a superior alternative to traditional anchors. The C-Monster control system offers quick, precise stopping within ten feet of the target area, making it ideal for fishermen looking for precise positioning. The deployment system is also fully electronic for increased convenience and ease of use.

A noisy anchor can be a serious disadvantage when fishing in shallow waters, which is why the Power Pole anchors feature improved noise reduction technology. All anchors offer noiseless deployment to prevent any potential interference and ensure maximum fishing efficiency.

For maximum security and stability, the Power Pole anchors come with an Everflex spike. Made of high-durability materials, the spike can be placed on a wide range of terrains, from mud to rocky areas. The limited impact point also ensures that the anchor does not damage sensitive environments such as reefs or grasses.

Another important advantage of the Power Pole anchors is their limited weight. Ranging from 13 to 27 pounds, the anchors do not impact overall speed and general shallow water performance.

MotorTech offers four Power Pole mods, available at the official website of the e-store.

A MotorTech spokesperson said: “Sport fishing is all about capitalizing on opportunities and making the most of your time on the water. With the unmatched versatility of Power-Pole, you have a shallow water anchor that deploys silently, holds strong and gives you the best shot at putting more fish in the boat – all at the touch of a button. Power-Pole puts control in the palm of your hand.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Tom Foster
Email: motortec@motortechva.com
Organization: MotorTech
Address: 3130 Kings Highway, Suffolk, VA 23435, United States
Phone: +1-800-559-8119

For more information, please visit http://motortechva.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 299179

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