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Friday, August 19, 2016

CATCH: Another Anchoring Technique


In last week’s post, we showed you Joel Bergen’s description of anchoring your boat off shore, yet able to retrieve it after you camped on shore. His technique is called the “clothesline rig”.

In the July 2016 issue of Small Boats Monthly, Chris Cunningham describes another technique for anchoring your boat off shore while you stay on shore. Chris refers to this as the “Tsimshian” technique. It requires only half the amount of ‘retrieval’ line that the clothesline rig requires. 

Well worth the read if you camp on shore and want to anchor your boat off shore.

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