National Geographic : 1931 Jun
Photograph by A. W. Cutler PREPARING HIS FATHER'S "SPILLET" FOR A FISHING EXPEDITION A spillet is a line about a mile long, to which are attached hooks baited with bits of raw mackerel or a peculiar kind of worm found among the rocks when the tide goes out. The spillet is sunk to the bed of the bay. Photograph from Robert Cushman Murphy A MODERN BEEHIVE HUT This is a contemporary storehouse. Structures ofthesame type, dating from the time of St. Patrick orearlier, arefound ontheArans (see text, page 753). The boys are American-1931 model.