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Old 10-12-2011   #16
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Dave are you referring to Deep Creek on the Magothy- Ill bet not
Not. See https://activecaptain.com/X.php?lat=...22512&t=n&z=15 . I anchor in 10-12 feet of water opposite Otter Pond in the Bay proper. This is not an anchorage for a windy day, or even for a light boat. We've spent a couple of light air nights there away from bugs with reasonable ventilation through the boat.

I first tried it after drifting up alongside a big Cabo Rico anchored there one day to see if they needed help. *grin* They were happily finishing a late breakfast and pointed out the benefits of being away from the mosquitoes at the more classical anchorages.

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Granery Creek on the Wye
NOOOOO! Don't tell anyone.

Fredericksburg.com - Here, in this inlet . . .
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