Be aware wind
backing on tide can be a killer. My friend George lost
his boat there about 3months ago. His engine
chose the least opportune time to crap out and he ended up on the bar.
pounded bottom until it broke the boat. He and his crew were taken off by 2 young "water cops" of one sort or other. Very helpful and courtious. They get a bad name and most are like these guys, lifesavers when you need them.
A towboat company wouldn't take him in tow until he signed a salvage contract
. I think it would have been a bad choice on the towboats side as I know his boat was old and not in the best condition. They should have just billed him for a tow.
just about everything although he got his cell phone
back a couple of weeks later. It was in a bag and was found on the beach 7miles away. His belongings were scattered over 7miles of beach and the boat has yet to be found.
It can be done but pay attention to conditions. This can, I'm sure, be said of ALL river entrances.
Have fun be safe......m