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One of the more interesting spots on the island is this series of submerged boulder bars.  At lower tides this will be completely wadable from Lovells.  Otherwise an easy paddle.  They are the first glimpse of visible structure when you approach the island from deer island. 
 
That Sasquatch next to the rocks is not confirmation of evolution at work (although you all may have a different opinion), its me.  Again as you can see, water depth at high tide in this area is over 6ft.  On a low tide its empty.  Another notable feature is that at a high tide, this whole area has parts exposed int he middle so you can beach the kayak and stand on the rocks to cast into these holes, another nightime hotspot.

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