Not sure of exactly what your boat's bow area looks like - but if your forestay attaches to a tang or some type of piece on the bow, you may have some options. I've known some people to rig some very short bar stock, attached to the tang/hardware for the forestay, to give a slight extension from the actual tack point of the jib
. Then, attaching a shackle and/or block to the end of the bar stock, you can use a line to the tack of the chute (I'm presuming an asymetrical) through the block and back to a tie-off point. I like this method for a couple of reasons - besides keeping it clear of the bow sprint hardware
and anchors, it gives you another adjustment point to trim the sail, and if you don't have a snuffer, it is a lot easier to blow and collapse the chute when you want to take it down.