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Old 12-03-2012, 09:35   #16
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Re: Towing a Fishing Boat

"They also supported adjusting the line to ride on the back side of the stern wave."
Towing a dingy behind the sailboat I would adjust it so the dingy was riding at the top or just forward of the sternwave crest. Amazing how much less drag there is there. May be better for stability behind the crest, but I dont tow except in flat water anyway....

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