Stick It Anchor Pin Brake Mount System with 7' Anchor Pin

Color:Black Anchor Pin
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The BRAKE from Stick It Anchor Pins is designed to be a universal shallow water anchoring system that can be mounted to any deck, gunwale, or transom. It’s adaptable design allows for most any angle of surface to hold the anchor pin in a vertical position.  

It is recommended for shorter shallow water vessels from gheenos and jon boats up to a 20’ flats boat. The BRAKE is made from UV stabilized injection molded custom formulated fiber filled nylon for strength and durability.  It is a sturdy anchoring base for your boat.

The BRAKE makes it even easier and more convenient to deploy your Stick It Anchor Pin. 

The complete BRAKE system includes:

  • The BRAKE 2-part bracket
  • 7 or 8-foot Anchor Pin in black or white
  • Neoprene impact cushion - protects handle from boat rocking
  • Pin positioning grommet - positions pin ready for deployment
  • ¾” mounting clips - convenient way to store pin on your boat
  • Rough water safety straps for mounting clips for extra security
  • Comprehensive instructions.
Shipping Information

Shipments within the United States are shipped 1-3 business days after order has been received.

  • Orders with pins included ship for $25.95 per box via UPS Ground or FedEx.
  • Sandbar anchor kits ship for $30.95 per box via UPS Ground or FedEx.
  • Motor mounts and brakes only ship for $12.95 per box via UPS Ground or FedEx.
  • Accessories ship for $5.95 per box via USPS first class mail.

Delivery is 1-5 non-holiday business days from date of shipment for the lower 48 states.

***We cannot guarantee a specific delivery date due to carrier delays caused by weather or other circumstances.***

Orders are shipped from North Carolina.

Insurance is included at no extra cost.

About Us

Stick It Anchor Pins® has been making high-quality and easy anchoring products since 2006.  The founder developed the concept by adapting an old fishing rod, removing the eyelets, and using a lanyard to anchor his boat.  The original owners built it from that simple idea into a successful brand.  A true “American Dream” story.