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How Do You Guys Anchor Sideways?

Discussion in 'Shrimping Clinics - Learn How to Shrimp' started by bruceyang, Dec 20, 2015.


  1. keep it reel

    keep it reel Lieutenant Commander

    I always put that center light under the boat to
     
  2. lobsterman

    lobsterman Seaman Recruit

    I am going to have to expand out now that I have more lights.
     
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  3. shrimpforbrains

    shrimpforbrains Sailing Master

    Regarding the tide changing from outgoing to incoming if the bugs are running fairly steady before the change stick around a bit, because everything
    that went past you on the outgoing will be coming back at you as the tide picks up incoming. I've done well in the past several times after the tide
    change, slack tide can be crazy time because they'll be coming from all directions
     
  4. Wilbur1

    Wilbur1 Greenhorn

    Thanks for the anchoring info. Need to buy that second anchor and try it out!
     
  5. DipShrimp

    DipShrimp Pirate

    Never tried the Y method. Wlll give it a try for sure though!
     
  6. Ken Boone

    Ken Boone Seaman Recruit

    Great discussion... Like Sam's bootcamp with some anecdotes that can save me money, lol. Thanks for the input, guys.
     
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  7. keep it reel

    keep it reel Lieutenant Commander

    That's what it's all about
     
  8. Chrisw

    Chrisw Junior Member

    Great information for us new people.
     
  9. MTnet

    MTnet Greenhorn

    They have poly line called blue steel which floats. It doesn’t have any real stretch so it’s not great for hurky-jerky situations but it is inexpensive. Used it a lot in Hawaii for deep water.
    https://www.cwcglobal.com/rope-cordage/blue-steel/coils
     
  10. Nautical Gator

    Nautical Gator Forum Captain, Moderator, Peacekeeper Staff Member

    you do not want to use floating rope, because you may have to drop your anchor rope into the water fast so you can move when a barge comes. It will get caught up in the barges prop.
     
  11. MTnet

    MTnet Greenhorn

    Roger that. Intent was to reply to:
    Overlooked the direct “reply” option. I’ll get the hang of it. Thanks!
     
  12. Nautical Gator

    Nautical Gator Forum Captain, Moderator, Peacekeeper Staff Member

  13. oldironjaw

    oldironjaw Newbie

    That's a GREAT POST! Thanks!
     
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  14. I think by anchoring with one anchor you will swing back and forth in the current
     

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