Backing on spool Attaching the backing to the spool is no hassle with a couple of simple overhand knots.
Backing on spool Easy-peasy
gas exchange We would often meet up in open sea to exchange gas between the boats, and we really couldn't see the pattern in who had enough and who hadn't - and sometimes suspected the guides to maybe stowe away a bit for themselves on our expense...
Lighthouse Every morning we would pass by the lighthouse on our way out to the flats. Kim's wading jacket is not for fun: a boat ride like this can be both cold and wet.
Lunch break A perfect spot for a lunch break - if you don't mind the sun!
Nets In spite of what you could fear upon seeing this sight, the insects weren't a big problem during our stay.
Tail The sturgeon are beautiful fish in all their ancient strangeness.
Waxing ferrules Wax on the ferrules will ensure that the rod parts stay together and at the same time ease their separation, when you want to break down.
Wheelbarrow It was used to carry heavy items like gasoline tanks down to the boats, but was also a sand free place to rest the rods while waiting for the guides to get the boeats ready.