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Old 07-31-2013
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Re: Mooring/Anchoring Techniques...

Haha! Lots of good techniques here. For the record, I have seen EVERYONE of these techniques used (that I wrote about, and some that you guys have).

I have another one that I saw a week or so ago (mini Season).

20) High Tide Moor: Requires a smallish boat under 20 feet usually. Come in at low tide. Tie your boat up as tight as possible to the bottom of the pilings. Go have a beer, or two, or three. Come back at high tide. Boat is resting nicely on the bottom of the slip.

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