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Posted by jdb3 on Jan 12 2005
I boat around Petersburg.  You can go to Wrangell along Frederick Sound but you have to go through Dry Straits at high tide.  There will probably only be about 8 to 12 feet of water there at high tide.  The silt will not bother your lower unit.  It is safer, but a little longer, to go down Wrangell Narrows and then across to Wrangell.  It is a nice trip too.  Jim

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