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Looks like some sort of floatline arrangement. With a tension release maybe?

Im also curious in the yellow thing below it. Look almost like a towboard or something..

I think that's just a spool to wind line around.

What is the "PICASSO, SACARPONES" ???
Kind of looks like a loading helper?

Anyone have insight on the PASAPECES too? :confused:
PASAPECES: spanish translation

It is a cord with a thorn to the end in which the fish are put captured, this cord normally is carried hanging off the bolla.

ie. It's a fish stringer
Its a fish stringer Just like RI said


Pass through the bugger and take him to the frying pan

A sacarpones is to help pull out tahitian spears when we miss a fish and manage to embed the shaft 5 inches into a solid boulder.

Saca - pull out
arpon - spear.
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