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What you propose to do is fairly commonplace, so don't worry overly about it.
I would suggest, given the tide range in your area, that you find a time when you can practice at low tide. That way if you misjudge, it will be a matter of waiting for the tide rather than Seatow.
Study the charts carefully, approach the area slowly, circle to check the depths and swing room, them put the bow into the wind, stop the boat, and deploy the anchor.
If you are new to anchoring, there are plenty of threads here that describe the process and tips. Revive an old one or start a new one if you have unanswered questions.
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