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It used to be quieter years ago but yes. At one time it was Winchester Farms...a hunting area but it was pretty lovely as long as they were not shootin'

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You guys really know how to ruin a good spot quickly....

The best anchorages are the ones I'm the only boat in, and yes I've been in the majority of the ones mentioned in this thread, but there's a few not mentioned and I'm not telling
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You guys really know how to ruin a good spot quickly....

The best anchorages are the ones I'm the only boat in, and yes I've been in the majority of the ones mentioned in this thread, but there's a few not mentioned and I'm not telling
In these days of satellite imagery, who's kidding whom?

(Me too. Shhh.)

Truthfully, if there is any inconvenience, if it's not on the way to or from someplace, if there is any tricky piloting or any mystery, that will keep the crowds away.
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One of our favorites is Little Bay just before the entry to Antipoison Creek, though it can get crowded during the day in good weather. Still a very nice anchorage.



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