... Sorry... I meant gaff jaws, of course. Is spring coming soon? I m starting to forget this stuff, it s been so long :-)Message 1 of 10 , Mar 6, 2011View SourceJohn Almberg wrote:
Sorry... I meant gaff jaws, of course. Is spring coming soon? I'm starting to forget this stuff, it's been so long :-)
> In my experience, letting the gaff get angled to the mast when raising or lowering is far more of a problem, solved by handing both the throat and peak halyards together after getting the gaff perpendicular to the mast.
I find it helps to keep the gaff peaked up a just bit while raising and lowering. I guess it probably depends on the gaff throat, though.