Most of my sailing has been done in smaller boats with a 3' draft
, but I was thinking in particular of sailing in the less populated parts
where the water
is deep right off the coast and hunting there where you can be almost certain of not seeing any people. I took a canoe down the hess river in the yukon territory and I sorely wished I had something to hunt with there, bear defense considerations aside. I got hungry...
Also if anyone ever went out on hunting excursions while at anchor
in an unpopulated area, or bow hunting in a more than uninhabited area.
I have hunted from a small dinghy
sailboat on colorado alpine lakes. There's no current
and no chop or anything so when you drop the sail the boat is as motionless as you are. I highly reccommend high alpine sailing, it is great fun and is an oft overlooked activity. Lake Dillon comes to mind in particular, if you're ever in that neck of the woods. I would love to sail on Lake Titicaca!
Also, for the guy who thought I was a brit, I am a southerner, just one of those rarely seen or mentioned literate ones. I'll take it as a compliment I guess.
I'm not sure why I used "whilst" exactly rather than "while". In your defense I am a bit odd...
edit: also for ducks, make duck pot pie!