Bulwagga Anchors

Ocean or lake… sand, clay, mud, gravel or rock… Bulwagga Anchors provide superior performance and unprecedented reliability.  Discover below, why  Bulwagga Anchors set a whole new standard for marine anchor performance and dependability.

Even thick weeds,  a leading cause of boat anchor failure,  won't foul this anchor. The Bull sheds weeds while deploying and penetrates the thick weed beds that other marine anchors 'bed down' on.

Buy a Bull. If you are not convinced it is the best anchor you have ever owned you can return it for a full refund on the purchase price!* 

Why Bulwagga Anchors out perform every other anchor…

  The symmetrical three fluke 
  configuration insures the anchor 
  lands in perfect deployment position 
  every time it reaches the bottom. 
  Once on the bottom
(1), a pull on the 
  rode shifts the anchor onto the leading 
  edges of two flukes
(2).



  The full weight of the anchor then pitches 
  forward onto the points, which begin to 
  penetrate immediately
(3).

  The Bull's balanced, deep burrowing action secures your boat
  within a few feet on just about any type of bottom.  
  On rock bottoms, the points quickly engage crevices.



The bulky shanks on other anchors cause resistance that prevents deep sets.  The Bull's slender
super strength alloy shaft reduces resistance, so the flukes dig deep immediately.  Wind shifts
that dislodge other anchors just cause The Bull to dig deeper.  In the unlikely event it dislodges,
The Bull will rotate onto an adjacent fluke and quickly reset itself.

The Weed Buster


  The geometry of the Bull allows it to straddle a weedy bottom on its edges 
  rather than "bed down" on weeds, only to snag them for a false "set". 
  When a load is applied, the Bull immediately rotates up onto its points and 
  quickly penetrates the weeds to begin its deep setting action. 
   
  (click on image to enlarge)

  Due to the trefoil configuration, the Bull always has a vertical "stabilizer" fin 
  that keeps the anchor from tipping or sliding as it buries in a set. The vertical 
  fluke keeps the anchor digging down evenly and on a level plane for maximum 
  engagement on the two holding flukes.


The Bull In Action

Below are 2 actual video clips of the Bulwagga Anchor at work.
An orange marker is positioned as a reference of how quickly 
the points engage and burrowing begins.

Setting 

Size /  Format

anchorbites.mpg
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The Bull adjusts to sudden wind and current shifts by rotating onto 
an adjacent fluke and quickly re-establishing a set.

Resetting
Size / Format
anchorresets.mpg

2.8Mb / MPEG (160 x 112 pxls)

   Retractable Shank
   The trefoil design of the anchor allows The Bull to rotate 
   while seeking to engage its flukes in crevices on rock bottoms.  
   Removing the limiting pin allows the shaft to retract through the crown, 
   so you can "back the anchor out" when anchoring where snags under 
   rocks, logs or other submerged obstacles are likely.
   

    (click image for enlargement)

If you could always anchor under ideal conditions, many anchors would work.  
If an anchor's appearance is more important than its performance, you will find 
some that are more attractive. But a Bull on the bow is a lot more beautiful
than a boat on the rocks. For serious boaters unwilling to compromise safety 
and security, the Bulwagga Anchor is the only anchor to buy.  Buy one, and you will agree that The Bull 
is the best insurance a boater can have.  

Crafted with pride in the U.S.A. using only the best materials, every Bulwagga 
Anchor is hot dipped galvanized with a durable, rust proof finish and features 
a super strength alloy shank and retaining pin.

Bulwagga Anchors provide unprecedented reliability.  Quite simply, The Bull is...

            
The World's Most Dependable Anchor! TM

 

CHOOSE YOUR BULL

 

These size guidelines are conservative in nature. If you plan to use your Bull for a storm anchor or you have a boat with a very large beam, heavy displacement for its length or an unusually large superstructure subject to windage, we suggest going one size larger than the chart indicates.

Anchor*
Boat Length
Price
9 lb.
Up to 20' LOA
Price: $150.00
Sale Price: $142.00
Savings: $8.00

Quantity:
17 lb.
20' to 30' LOA
Price: $250.00
Sale Price: $238.00
Savings: $12.00


Quantity:
27 lb.
30' to 40' LOA
Price: $350.00
Sale Price: $332.00
Savings: $18.00


Quantity:
44 lb.
40' to 50' LOA
Price: $475.00
Sale Price: $451.00
Savings: $24.00


Quantity:
68 lb.
Up to 60' LOA
Price: $650.00
Sale Price: $618.00
Savings: $32.00


Quantity:

 

lb.

A

B

C

D

E

F

12"

14 1/4" 11 1/4" 3/16 x 6" 3/4 x 17 1/2" 11 7/8"

17 

14 1/2"

17" 13 7/16" 1/4 x 7" 7/8 x 21" 14 5/16"

27 

16 5/8"

19 1/2"

15 3/4"

5/16 x 8"

1 x 24 1/2"

16 5/8"

44 

18 3/4"

22" 17 3/8" 3/8 x 9" 1 1/4 x 28" 19"

68 

21 1/2"

25 1/4" 19 11/16"  7/16 x 10" 1 3/8 x 32" 21 3/8"

"F" dimension is the fluke length and the "C" is dimension from the back of the crown to the tip of the 
fluke horizontal with the centerline.