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Re: Why Through-deck skeg
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Paul, did you devise a way of using it partly down or is it an all or nothing policy.

If its for surfing, usually a strong skeg is great but to correct a tiny bit of weather cocking, sometimes a tiny bit of skeg power corrects the problem and too much causes the boat to go the other way.

Not trying to be the critic, because if it works for you, that's the answer.