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  1. Hudson River
    Any tips for anchoring a boat overnight unattended? Looking to do an overnight camping trip near hudson. Been there plenty of times, however, it's been with boat I could drag in and out of shore. I have a 15ft aluminum runabout with a 50hp engine. Got a danforth type anchor. About 15...
  2. Hudson River
    Any help would be greatly appreciated. My buddy and I have been drifting bloods in the newburgh area north and south of the beacon bridge for about three years. It has been very fun in mid may getting anywhere from 30-50 fish in the boat. None of which have been over the 25# mark. I read and see...
  3. Kayaking Stripers
    hello i'm new to this site as well as kayaking its my first year,ive been out a lot this past month mostly drifting.i read a few articles on ancoring in one they spoke about the dangers of anchoring in swift moving water.it said one of the main dangers is weed or debris hittting the anchor line...
  4. Massachusetts
    Hi guys, I don't know if any of you guys regularly fish the Race, but if so I was wondering if anyone has ever tried to anchor and slide within casting distance of the rip line near Valiant Rock. I know the big charters probably wouldn't be happy to find someone anchored in that area, but you...
  5. Stripers 101 - Sticky Threads
    I personally love to anchor and fish versus drifting mainly because I don't have to worry about steering the boat and can focus on my fishing and cover an area well.. what I try to be conscious of though is anchoring where others do their drifting. You can still fish the same water just anchor...
  6. Boat repair issues & Shop Maintenance
    I read that some people double anchor for some fish. Would like help on the correct way to do this. Only fished lakes never needed more then one anchor.
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