National Geographic : 1941 Jul
The National Geographic Magazine .- 1 Ernest Maluntler Anchored on the Shallow Banks, a Cod-fishing Schooner Awaits Return of Her Dories Her crew is fishing for cod with line trawls, sunk near the bottom with thousands of baited hooks (page 130). The triangular sail is set while at anchor to help guide the dories back and to keep the ship headed into the seas. Besides dorymen, the schooner's crew includes captain, cook, and mess boy. George WVliteley, Jr. Dories Drop Astern One by One to Lay Their Lines for Cod in a "Flying Set" Towed behind the Newfoundland schooner Democracy, the dories gradually cut loose to spread afar on Banquereau, a large fishing bank off Nova Scotia. Later the ship will return to pick them up.