Rough Weather Shots: Days of Toil

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Rough Weather Shots: Days of Toil

Postby whitecap » Mon Nov 14, 2016 8:26 am

Here are a few pictures from days on the water I'd rather forget. But it seems they are often most remembered.In part because when something breaks down,someone gets hurt or someone gets sick.
The Chub Grounds.png
The Chub Grounds.
it's usually on days like these.
Fish Tug Gen at Work 2016.png
Gen at Work
Or These.
Big Sea.png
Big Sea
Or These.
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Paying Your Dues.

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Re: Rough Weather Shots: Days of Toil

Postby whitecap » Mon Nov 14, 2016 10:00 am

Here's a couple more.
Following Sea Jan.2011.png
Following Sea
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Running with It.

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Re: Rough Weather Shots: Days of Toil

Postby Points North » Fri Nov 18, 2016 5:52 pm

Good post. I found a few to add. I have more that I'll have to look for.

Wave Incoming.jpg
Wave approaching near the top of the picture.


wave off the bow 1.jpg
Wave off the bow.


Approaching Wave 2.jpg
Another one rolls in.


whiteout.jpg
A whiteout from the bow splash.
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Bow Digger.jpg
Bow plunges through on incoming wave.
spray off the bow.jpg
Whiteout from the splash off the bow.
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Re: Rough Weather Shots: Days of Toil

Postby Points North » Sat Dec 03, 2016 9:08 pm

A few from when you guys fished Chubs on the Betty in January, 2010.

bow of fish tug plow into wave 01.JPG
The Betty taking on a little ice from the mist off of the bow.


Bow of fish tug takes a digger 01.JPG
The Betty takes a digger January,19,2010.

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bow of fish tug takes a plunge 01.JPG
The Fish Tug Betty Plowing Snow.

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