Excellent anchor system for NRS Cat Frames. Taken from the drift boat industry, this system is designed to be mounted slightly to the right and in front of the rower. Cam-cleat locks off rope quickly and easily and all pulleys in the system can be lubed for smoothness and longevity.
Anchor & Rope not included. We recommend 3/8" polypropylene rope (item# 1830)
Yes, it can. Give us a call, 800.635.5202, to order.
Answered on 2/24/2013 by Clyde from NRS
If NRS does not let you buy the pull assembly by itself (which I would be very surprised if they did not let you buy it separately), email me and I'll let you know what I did for my cataraft. I ended up going with a different system as my frame has larger diameter aluminum tubing so I could not get this to work. ****@***.*** -Dave
Answered on 2/25/2013 by Anonymous
NRS Cataraft Frame Anchor System
What's the difference between the cataraft anchor system vs. the raft anchor system? The specs seem to be exactly the same...
Make sure you have a yoke style frame for this system. Notice the two bars that the anchor mast needs to mount. If you have a universal frame with only one bar use the stern mount mast for your anchor system.
Answered on 8/21/2012 by Anonymous
The raft anchor system requires an additional section to be added to the frame that extends the rear pulley and anchor out over the back of the raft. If you have a back seat already on your frame then you are set but I don't think you can adapt a cat system to a raft frame Charlie
Answered on 8/22/2012 by Charlie from Mt. Shasta Ca.
On each of these products, take a look at the "Larger Images & More Views" link. There you get a better look at all the parts. The main difference in the two is the rear mast where the anchor line leaves the boat and joins the anchor.
Answered on 8/22/2012 by Clyde from NRS
Will, There is not a lot of difference until you get to the back bracket which mounts differently than the raft version. The cataraft rear pulley is attached to your frame with one u-bolt and then leverage against the bottom rail of your cat frame. I put mine on my fat cat frame last summer and really have enjoyed it especially from a fishing standpoint. I hope that helps, if not drop me a email and I will try and answer your question. Thanks Randy