Even though the swells were up and visibility was zero, I decided to poke around in the shallows. The sun was out and the weather was too nice and the cove was too pretty to not get in the water.
Unfortunately the visibility was so bad I could not even effectively employ the OMT (Old Man Technique). Instead I was forced to use the braille or BST ( Blind Squirrel Technique *) - just feeling around the rocks looking for something that felt like an ab. No luck. After about an hour the rising tide and growing swells sent me to shore.
That's where I found this perfect sea-washed and polished 4 point deer rack pictured at the top of the post. Not sure what I am going to do with it, but I like it. Maybe something to hang my hat on.
*Yes, Don - The BST is as applicable in Ab hunting as it is in golf skins.