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It's pretty hairy in the summer (BTW, the CG considers it un-navigable). Primetime hours often also find the inlet choked with anchored boats and many seem to feel that cruising speed within 20' of your craft is OK. Few seem to slow down as they approach and there's always a lot of traffic. As always, wind against the tide produces heavy standing waves. I'd recommend fishing it a few times before you move your boat there.

This message was edited by crag on 1-29-02 @ 12:44 AM
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