After a wet and windy sail across Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, on Morgans Cloud, our McCurdy & Rhodes custom cutter, my partner, John, and I dropped sails and motored into a snug little island harbor with a few houses on the shore and a wooden dock with a fishing boat alongside. As we circled the harbor trying to decide where to anchor, a man came out of the house, moved the fishing boat to a mooring, and beckoned us to come alongside his dock a typical warm Newfoundland welcome. After chatting for a while, he wandered back to the house and came out a few minutes later, carrying a fishing pole. When John asked him what he was fishing for, he looked momentarily confused, then answered, Boy, Im not going fishing, Im going trouting! You see, to a Newfoundlander, fish means cod and saltfish is only and always salt cod.