Eh, Captain: next time you decide to throw out the fishing lines (at the edge of a marine preserve, no less!) please be careful and try not to hook the kayaks or one-man canoes that like to frequent the area. And if you should hook one, for God’s sakes don’t hit the throttle, rip a hole in the canoe and then cut over 100 feet of line. Now if you would have eased up on the throttle and just allowed the guy in the one-man canoe to unhook himself, you wouldn’t be paying out so much money in damages. At the very least, you could have checked the people on the vessels you damaged and made sure they could make it back to shore safely. Even the Skipper from Gilligan’s Island could have done better. Right on, Captain!