Don’t pull-haul, just take my advice. When you’re out on the water, look out for tide walkers and never pull in a short lobster. Be careful, it’s colder than eighteen-hundred-and-froze-to-death out there, so don’t putty around. It would be easy to slip one’s wind in those conditions. Keep an ear open for the fog mull and hope you don’t hear any groaners. When you get back to shore, bring in some wood for the fire, maybe some good dry-ki.
Communities where DARE conducted interviews:
- Bar Harbor
- North Berwick
- Port Clyde
- Presque Isle