I will probably be anchoring overnight in a river/estuary with a decent current and want to prevent any chance of my boat swinging up onto an adjacent mud flat at low tide. My boat is a 30' V hull with a 3' draft. The thought of inadvertently laying the boat on its side and then have the tide come in is a scary thought! I thought after anchoring from the bow, I could also then anchor from the stern and do all of that at high tide with a decent amount of scope on the stern anchor. So, I guess my question is, will this method work or is there some other way anyone can suggest? Thanks for the help!