The newest testament, according to the enlightened San Tronco part 108

Door San Daniel gepubliceerd in Verhalen en Poëzie


Lou emptied the last traps and the twisting eels lay at the bottom of his boat. The moon was good and that always affected the catch. Now he picked up one of the umbrellas where short lines with hooks hung from each truss. He had carefully pricked the bait around the hooks, otherwise the eels would not bite. He could not complain there were 3 small eels and one whopper of an eel. With a quick, well practised movement, he moved the umbrella back and forth, and when the eels landed in the umbrella, he slammed it shut and placed the wriggling screen next to the rest of the catch. He took the oars and rowed a few strokes and he pulled a ball of minced meat and bread and pieces of meat, out of a plastic bag. The meatball hid the many hooks that were just below the surface.

Lou put on a glove and wound the line a few strokes around his hand. He was a fisherman and lived by the catch, he knew that poaching was not allowed and that the fines were high because it was seen as unfair, but if your income depends on your catch and it is night, then those rules do not matter much to you. He clicked a heavy lead at the bottom of the line and lowered the meat ball into the water and slowly pulled it up and down. Almost immediately he felt that he had a bite, he pulled the ball high above the water and let it land in the boat where he pulled the winding eel off the hook.

The traps worked reasonably well and he paid his dues for the few nets that he was allowed to put out. But the real catch came from the umbrellas and the poaching. That well filled up where the booty from the traps lacked.


After fifteen minutes of dumping there was no meat left of what had been a ball of bait and the hooks were exposed, it was no longer useful, Lou knew that and he pulled the line inside and carefully put it in the bag, together with the glove.

He took the oars and set course for the beach. The Ijsel lake was smooth in the moonlight and there was no current. The oars splashed through the water and Lou headed for a small inlet. When he arrived he stepped overboard and he felt through the wading boots that the water was cold. He waded the last few meters and pulled the boat up the beach. He would sell this cargo directly on the Dappermarket, tomorrow he would smoke the next catch. You had to have diversity in Amsterdam. Fresh eels every first day and smoked eel every second day. You sold your trade and then went into the pub to meet the other traders and after a few gins you'd go home.


He put the anchor in the sand and loaded the wriggling beasts into a wooden box. "Always slimy," Lou thought, wiping his hands off on his pants. Now he took his steps and walked 20 steps away from the boat to the South. There he found the stone that was wound with a piece of rope. The old rope ran into the water to the vegetable box that had been sunk off, weighed down heavily with a few stones.

In the vegetable case, Lou had put a flattened cat from the day before. Only for that purpose he always brought a shovel in the boot of his car. You just scraped such a beast off the road and immediately dumped it into a garbage bag. "Tell me about eels," grinned Lou, "they love dead meat." He thought that if his customers really realized what eels ate, they would never touch them again.

He brought in the rope and the box with only one opening and the other side covered, came into view. He stepped into the water and pushed and lifted the box to the beach. "It's full," he thought, and that's how it was. At the light of the moon he saw the serpent like creatures crawling over each other and one by one they disappeared in the garbage bag. He looked at the cat for a moment and saw that the remaining half still looked reasonable and that the rest had been eaten away. He decided to sink the box off again. In two days time he would empty it and put in a new traffic victim.

If dumping and umbrellas were already punishable, then you were the godfather of fines if you were caught boxing eels, then fines ran skyhigh. He was glad that the box had sunk again.



He had just combined the two catches when a bright blue light drew along the dark sky. It rested for a moment and then shot away. "Whatever it was," Lou thought, "it was not a shooting star those don't fall and stop."

It became even more odd when he thought that a voice had sounded from his boat. He turned and thought he saw a faint blue glow around his boat. " Algae do that in the moonlight, 'thought Lou, but he knew it was not true and rushed away he gathered his things and walked as quickly as possible to the old car that was waiting. He only felt 'safe' when the car started and he slowly drove away. He glanced briefly from the corner of his eye to where his boat would have been, but the light was gone. 'Algae', he once again said to himself, and that lie reassured him more or less, as he headed for Amsterdam

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