Talon BT 12' (White)
Talon BT 12' (White)
Shallow Water Anchor 12' Silver/White W/Bluetooth
Introducing the all-new Talon shallow water anchor. Up to 15' deep, with multiple anchoring modes, and control from the bow, transom, console, remote or mobile app. Unlock more water, and never miss another fish. Only with Talon.
More Control Options
With more control options than ever before, you can Talon down from anywhere on the boat using the Talon control panel, standard Talon remote, wireless foot switch, i-Pilot or i-Pilot Link remote, the Talon mobile app, or your Humminbird fish finder.
User-Selectable Anchoring Modes
Anchoring in hard bottom isn't the same as anchoring into mud. Only Talon has User-Selectable Anchoring Modes to give you the perfect hold in any condition.
STANDARD MODE: Activates the Auto-Drive sequence that powers the spike into the bottom with three increasingly aggressive hits. For most anchoring situations.
ROUGH WATER MODE: For heavy wind and chop, this mode performs three consecutive Auto-Drive sequences at 10-second intervals for a triple-strength hold.
SOFT BOTTOM MODE: For less aggressive anchoring – and easier anchor retraction – in water with a muddy or silted bottom.
Built In Work Light
Lets you tie lines and work from the transom any time of day — or night. Includes blue and white light color options with three brightness settings.
Head-to-head, talon beats any other shallow water anchor in a race to the bottom. Talon's patented sequential deployment quickly and quietly deploys vertically in three stages and stays out of your way.
2X Anchoring Force
Talon is built with double the force of the competition to lock you into your spot with unparalleled strength and security.
LED Depth Indicator
Track anchor depth at a glance. The LED lights on Talon show you how far down you're deployed. Features three brightness settings.
Put heavy chop in it's place. Talon's built-in floating suspension keeps your boat locked to the bottom even in rough water, enabling your boat to move up or down without affecting the anchor.