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  Posted by: Dr_Disco on Nov-06-12 4:49 PM (EST)
 

Many people put the skeg down a small amount. That improves tracking and reduces correction strokes, but you still need to edge, etc., to do maneuvers. Putting the skeg down all the way makes the boat turn off the wind or waves, even if they are very mild.

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