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  1. Admittedly, this is a newb question. Do you guys use a tether to keep yourself attached to the kayak in case you flip in current? I understand this increases the risk of getting tangled In my understanding, if you flip in current like the sandy hook rip or the rt 36 bridge your kayak will quickly float away from you. I know its best to avoid these situations and pick tide and weather carefully, but lets say you find yourself flipped in current....what do you do?
  2. Newbie here- I'm pretty new to saltwater fishing (I have been on a few party boats but that's about it ). But I have been invited up to my grandparents cabin in the Boothbay/Southport ME area (Lincoln county )and from what I remember the coastline is extremely rocky . I was hoping for some tips on how to avoid snags on the shore and rig setup advice etc. Thanks in advance- Andrew
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