An outgoing tide greeted me as I got to the boat this morning. It was the lowest yet this year coinciding with my departures.
I saw the three foot shallow alarm a few times on the Eagle 240.
Trust your buoys. Red to the left going out.
Herons are good depth indicators in Great Bay. If they are standing in the water..........it isn't deep enough.
That is Moody Point back left. These are the mud flats between the Squamscott and Lamprey River mouths. You can see Mount Agamenticus in York, ME on the tree line on the left.
Got a double crusher claw lobster today. It doesn't happen often. I call it lunch.