A river anchor is a type of boat anchor that is designed specifically for use in rivers. It is typically heavier than other types of anchors of similar size, as it needs to hold a boat in place against the force of a river current.
River anchors come in different shapes and sizes, including plow, fluke, and grapnel shapes. The choice of anchor shape and size depends on the size of the boat, the type of river bottom, and the strength of the current.
When using a river anchor, it is important to consider the water depth and the length of rope or chain needed to securely anchor the boat. It is also important to avoid anchoring in areas with underwater obstructions or where the current is too strong for the anchor to hold.
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