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AW-PTS615 - Pontoon System

  • AW-PTS615 Spool
  • AW-PTS615 Mounting Bracket
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Product Description


This Anchor Wizard System was specifically designed for pontoon boats of any size. No more getting up from your seat to throw the anchor over the siderails of your boat. No more hand over hand pulling! No more weedy or muddy messes left on the deck of your boat, and no more loose, wet anchor rope to get in the way and possibly trip over. Finally, an easier and safer way to anchor your Pontoon boat!

  • Complete Pontoon Boat Anchoring System
  • Nose Piece Arms Mount to Z-Bars Under the Deck
  • Swivel Nose Stows Anchor Tight and Flush Under the Deck
  • Precision Machined 319 Cast Anodized Aluminum
  • Holds 300 Feet of ¼” Rope
  • 1.5” Inside Diameter Hub
  • Use With Anchors Up To 30-lbs.
  • Fresh or Salt Water Use
  • Weighs 6-lb

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  1. pontoon anchor wizard 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Apr 2018

    Awsome craftmanship, heavy duty an works like a dream no more hassle of rope in the way, easy install, love it!!!!

  2. AW-PTS615 Pontoon Anchor System 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Dec 2017

    I received this system very quickly and it is very impressive looking. Quality materials and well made. Have not installed the system yet but it looks great. Have talked with the makers on the telephone a couple of times and They are very pleasant and most helpful. Thank You Anchor Wizard

  3. AW-PTS615 Pontoon System 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jul 2016

    This product works quite well, and I'm satisfied with my purchase. It's a major improvement over manually dropping and retrieving an anchor. Comments on installation and operation follow:

    1. Installation

    The YouTube video does a good job of covering the basic installation. I encountered two minor problems, however. The first was that the supplied mounting bolts for the winch assembly were too short so I had to purchase longer bolts. I have standard 3/4 inch decking so perhaps this was a packaging error. The second was that the swivel nose piece was installed backwards in the frame, so needed to be removed and reinstalled - took a little while to figure that out.

    The winch and pulleys are sized for 1/4 inch anchor line. I wanted to use my existing 3/8 inch line, so enlarged the line retention hole in the winch spool, and used larger pulleys that I purchased at my local boating store. 150 ft. of 3/8 in line fits in the winch just fine.

    2. Operation

    In order for the anchor to release properly from the nose piece, you need to ensure that the anchor weighs more than any chain that's attached to your anchor (sort of obvious). Also need to use an anchor that fits easily within the approx. 2 3/8 inch diameter of the ring on the end of the swivel nose piece. The anchor then releases just fine. I've noticed that the anchor doesn't always nest correctly in the nose piece when winching it in, and I've had to reach under the bow of the boat to align it properly - however, once in place, it's held securely and well above the water.

    This is a pretty good system, and I'd have no problem recommending it to others. The winch assembly takes up minimal deck space and is pretty much out of the way, and having the anchor readily available for use, but hidden below the deck is great.