Today's Open/Close Times based on tide predictions

DateClub TimelineSunsetLow Tide
Tue Aug 16 Noon to 7:32 PM8:02 PM0.9 @ 9:36 AM

yellow means the Club may be closed, based on Day Leader's judgement. red means the Club will be closed. Note that current low tides are around 0.3 feet lower than predictions.

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How to Trap Single-Handed (video)

1. Wear comfortable, non-restrictive gear and as many temporary pirate tattoos as possible.

2. Get a really, really long tiller.

3. Have awesome background music. 

4. Get out there.

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Camille Antinori (website) on Saturday, 23 August 2014 12:52

Nice video. Like the weight placement. I would add that nice grippy trapezing boots are really handy. I am wondering if my new dinghy boots will cut it (they'll have to do for now!). Maneuverability is key. I like the non-bulky life vest Steph is wearing. I've been experimenting with putting the harness over the life vest, though some say this is not safe. Getting back in, and coordinating the clipping on and off is still my challenge and it would be fun to see more about those steps.

Nice video. Like the weight placement. I would add that nice grippy trapezing boots are really handy. I am wondering if my new dinghy boots will cut it (they'll have to do for now!). Maneuverability is key. I like the non-bulky life vest Steph is wearing. I've been experimenting with putting the harness over the life vest, though some say this is not safe. Getting back in, and coordinating the clipping on and off is still my challenge and it would be fun to see more about those steps.