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The Charter Captains Choice !

E-Z Anchor Puller Manufacturing Company has been creating the best anchor pullers for 25 years. Our product is the best friend to many fishermen - commercial or sport and charter captains of scuba and snorkel boats, as they rely on their E-Z Anchor Pullers every day!




Spend Less Time Dealing with the Head & Back Aches of Anchoring, Broken Windlasses, & Big Orange Balls!

$ave Money / Time / Labor, You’ll Spend More Time Catch’n Fish and Make More Money!


Watch the PRO Series Anchor Puller in Action !

Let Us Bring Our E-Z Anchor Products to You!

We are Going on a Product Showcase Road Tour in our 2013 Mercedes Benz Mobile Showroom and Looking for Stops Along the Way. Let us Visit Your Business, Boat, or Home and Show You  Our Complete Anchoring Solutions. Call to Schedule Your FREE / No Obligation Onsite Product Showcase Visit Today!


 Push Button From Your HelmNEVER Go Out on Your Bow! NEVER leave your controls to raise or lower your anchor!

  •  Since there is no need to leave your controls, there is no risk of slipping / falling in the water!
  • No risk of back injury. Move locations to location with ease, in less time. 
  • No need to tie your boat off to a cleat, E-Z Anchor Pullers will hold the boat until you are ready to move.
  • You Don’t Need a First Mate or Partner When You Have an E-Z Anchor Puller.
  • Your age, strength, or abilities will no longer determine if you can get out on the water alone.

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Celebrating 25 Years

E-Z Anchor Puller Mfg. Co. , was founded in 1990 by George L. Towns Sr., in Ludington, MI,  and has sold thousands of anchor pullers all over the world, including Alaska, Saudi Arabia and the West Indies.

George L. Towns Sr. grew up in Ludington, MI graduating from Ludington High School with the class of 1943. Shortly following graduation from High School, George enlisted and served with the U.S. Navy Seabees. He loaded ships with a crane until the war was over. Click Here To Read More ...

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