We just anchored there Monday and left Tuesday. There was quite a lot of room. The guy beside us had 75 feet out, and we did as well. Several had been there for a few days with no problems with current
We got there about 2 hours before low tide. Anchor
set quick and hard.(spade anchor
1 size up for our boat) when the tide turned, I reset to be sure(backed down on it), as we were heading into town for few hours. The anchor turned, then wouldnt reset. Upon pulling up, it was a huge ball of thick sticky mud. After cleaning
it off, it set just as quick and hard as always.
It sets deep, and current isn't bad so I wouldnt have a problem setting and leaving it. Which is what we did at that point. But next time I would make sure it's set for wind
direction, not current.
It is a nice location to be able to dingy into town from. We enjoyed our day there.