Are you setting your traps, and then sitting there watching them? I know it's not the best way to kill time while the traps soak, but unfortunately may be necessary in the inlet right now. Through an incredible stroke of luck, I recently moved to a house that is front and center on the prawning grounds (Henderson point area). I have witnessed the f#!$ing prawn thieves in action! Saw a boat last week that I thought was acting strange, and I felt he was pulling others trap, but I couldn't be sure. Then on Sunday I had my traps soaking and was checking on them with the binocs while I watched the masters...sure enough I saw that same boat right on my floats. I ran down to the boat and zipped out there, as soon as he saw me coming he high tailed it outta there, towards Brentwood bay. My traps were completely empty. I've seen this boat several times, and I'll be looking out for him and WILL catch him in the act, and once I have a good picture of the boat I'll be posting it. I'm 99.9% sure this guy is poaching our traps, but I need to be 100% before I post the details of his boat.... just wanted to let any other inlet prawners know this is happening...again.Another frustrating prawn expedition in the Saanich Inlet. Eventually I'll find them! Anyone having any luck? Lots of floats out there!