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Good Report from South Creek Upper Anchorage, North Edisto River, off the AICW


South Creek makes into the North Edisto’s southwestern banks, south of Bohicket Creek’s southern mouth; this anchorage will be found immediately upstream of the “sy” notation on chart 11522.

I have anchored here before and even went around the next turn to the right. Stay close to south shore. I found good bottom and plenty of swing room. Several fishing boats went by, slow with no wake and there is a mild current. You could hear the ocean at night.
WARNING – the north side of the entrance is very shallow, hug the south shore and try picking a rising tide. I had 8′ at MLW.
Alois

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