Fishing The Nor’ Easter On The Trapper John

The Boat Rolls Hard As George Walks The Trap Down The Rail


Visibility=Not Good As The Block Swings Wildly In The Wind


A Trawl Line Tightens As It Hauls Up Gear From The Bottom


George Sets The Gear Back Off The Stern- Mere Inches From The Edge As The Boat Rides The Latest Wave And Steve Loads The Bait Bags




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3 Responses to Fishing The Nor’ Easter On The Trapper John

  1. deb clarke says:

    omg…they intentionally went out into that great sea? the water looks so hard. amazing pics.

  2. deb clarke says:

    the bottom 2 photos have the same eerie quality found in Peter Vincent’s paintings.

  3. lobsterlady says:

    Great pictures. Not the weather though. It’s nice to see how bad it can get out there. Not nice for those hauling but for the people who have never been on a lobster boat in the rough stuff. I’m a firm believer in showing all stages of lobstering. Not just the good. Maybe may make some land people appreciate everything a lobsterman goes through to get that magnificent catch. And maybe turn them on to lobstering. It worked for me 20 years ago. I really learned to appreciate lobstering.

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