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One Vessel Is Lying on the Bottom at Lake Washington
If there is such a place trawler heaven, it most surely looks like the Pacific Northwest. A maze of inland passages are protected against the Pacific swell, and some of these comprise the fabled “Inside Passage” of British Columbia. With cobalt blue waters lapping against forested shores and a backdrop of snow capped crags and peaks, these cruising grounds are surely the most magnificent North America has to offer, and the fishing and crabbing is incomparable.