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Re: 2017 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake

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Originally Posted by Airedale View Post
Heading up to Rock Hall Friday - weather be damned, the only weekend my "troublesome teens" will be away and we can reasonably expect the house to still be standing when we get back. Saturday anchoring up in Bush River and take advantage of the wind shift out of the North for a light air run back to Annapolis on Sunday.
Any anchoring advice in the Bush River? I know going ashore is prohibited.

Rich
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Never been in Bush very far. Lots of powerboat wakes and a bridge a fair way up the river as well as cables to avoid when anchoring.

When going north we usually opted for Worton Creek or Still Pond. Quieter and more scenic.

I would suggest the Chester even.


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