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I would like to know of some areas to take the my 1 1/2 year old and 7 year old, so we can anchor the boat swim. It is obvious Muscamoot bay is kind of like Gull island, a place that is not for kids. I have been told that Goose Bay is good? looks a little shallow on the maps...
 

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First, welcome to LSCN!


I've only been in Goose Bay once (last Sunday, in fact), and it was very nice! Much more laid back than the Moot.

There have been a few recent posts about how best to get in there. Search around. If you don't find anything, I'm sure someone here will help.
 

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Goose and Fisher Bay's are the BEST! We saw a 26' Wellcraft cuddy cabin back in Fisher Bay yesterday. If you know the way (which is basically within the middle of the bay's) you can make it back there. Take this route into Goose Bay then continue within the middle of the bay's until closer to Fisher. Or the two X's are great spots if the wind is right.

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Might try between the G.P. Yacht Club (8 mile) and Fords cove. Great sandy bottom, and not to crazy. Can be a bit rough with an onshore wind, or weekends with boat traffic.
 

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I glanced at your profile here and there's nothing there to clue us in to where you boat out of (home port), other than LSC. As mentioned, Goose Bay is a good kid-friendly spot and water is warmer there. Strawberry Island is nice when it's not too crowded, but the water's a little cooler there. Munchie's bay is nice too at the north end of Anchor Bay.. and warm. Fisher's Bay may be do-able for you if you have smaller boat (<25'). I've seen a number of good sized boats gettin' in there lately via Canoe Cut... it's toasty back there! My perennial favorite, and always kid friendly is the shallows along the northern edge of the mouth of the Baltimore Hwy... nice sandy bottom.
 

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QUOTE(Capn Ken @ Jul 7 2009, 07:29 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I glanced at your profile here and there's nothing there to clue us in to where you boat out of (home port), other than LSC. As mentioned, Goose Bay is a good kid-friendly spot and water is warmer there. Strawberry Island is nice when it's not too crowded, but the water's a little cooler there. Munchie's bay is nice too at the north end of Anchor Bay.. and warm. Fisher's Bay may be do-able for you if you have smaller boat (<25'). I've seen a number of good sized boats gettin' in there lately via Canoe Cut... it's toasty back there! My perennial favorite, and always kid friendly is the shallows along the northern edge of the mouth of the Baltimore Hwy... nice sandy bottom.

Thanks all very good information, yes I have to update my profile, I'm like a kid trying to learn how to ride a bike with this site! I keep my boat on Harsens Island off of the south channel. I have a 2400 SCR Maxum. Convincor thanks for the map that is a huge help. Not familiar with Balitmore Hwy, is that close to downtown New Baltimore?
 

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QUOTE(eddiebauer @ Jul 8 2009, 07:33 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I see lot's of BIG boats in fisher bay this year......



NICE!!
 
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