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 Wye River Cruise

"John put in at the Wye River Landing which is right on the Wye.  John was our safety valve in the case Eastern Bay became nasty.  Wye Landing is at the right-center edge of the chart.  This ramp is very busy on weekends.  The Wye is famous for especially large blue crabs because of its perfect brackish waters and Wye Landing is the perfect ramp.  John did the right thing by launching in late afternoon on Friday when the crabbers were home cooking their catch.  I had promised to meet him.  So Sanity left Saffron, with us motoring to Skipton Creek (off the chart near Wye Landing) to meet John and Dave sailing to Woodland Creek just a mile south of the mouth of the Wye River on the east shore of the Miles River.  We found John already anchored:"
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 (Submitted by Noel Thu Sep 16, 2004 )

  


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