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I wonder if this would work...

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But Halekai,

If I apply a lot of throttle in reverse, won't the anchor just kind of skip along the bottom? I mean, the only way you'd get it to dig in more is if you had the anchor rode at some kind of strange angle, instead of straight up and down. To do that, I'd have to get so much more of the anchor rode all wet. I'm sorry, but I think you're talking nonsense.

Now that's a funny parody of the ignorant boater!!!!!
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