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I have a bruce and a CQR...which would be better at Lake Sylvia?
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I'd choose the Bruce, but either should do well with a proper set and scope. We spent a week in Lake Sylvia last Easter waiting for a comfortable crossing. Take care and joy, Aythya crew
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Agreed - Lake Sylvia is great holding for just about any anchor. Just gotta watch out for bringing up odds and ends. A friend actually brought up a rusted car muffler, pipe and catalytic converter. We wonder if the whole car was down there....maybe its best not to think about that too much.
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