Traveling at about two and a half knots, the Linda Gale lowered its outriggers. B.D. and August attached the doors and with the wench pulled them up. Giant spools worked like rods and reels to set them, readying the nets for the drag. The doors, once entering the ocean, automatically moved farther apart as they spread the net.
The round bottomed boat looked like it had wings; its outriggers spread holding the boat steadier as it rolled through the lazy shallow troughs of sea water.
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