For southbound vessels, Fleets Bay is the entrance to the last four creeks on the Northern Neck: Indian, Dymer, Tabbs and Antipoison. All but Tabbs have depths of at least 10 feet MLW at their entrances and beyond.
Legend has it that Indians took mud from the bottom of Antipoison Creek (hence the name) to make a poultice that cured Capt. John Smith’s stingray wound suffered during his Chesapeake Bay exploration in 1608.
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