With my digital camera (actually my wife's digital camera) broken, I've gone back to disposable cameras. I hate the quality of the photos, but sometimes I get surpised. I don't generally take a lot of photos anyway. Sometimes I just get the bug to take a few shots, other times I just reserve it for those special fish that I just want a memory of and can share with others. Well, I was down to 10 pics to go on my 24 exposure disposable. I had various SRCs (just a few of the big fellas I wanted a shot of), a steelhead, a few salmon, and a few scenic shots and shots of my 'little brother' fishing. So this morning I caught a few decent SRCs (ldr'd most), then I finally get a nice fatty of 14 to 16inches. I decide it is a fish worth a photo. To make a long story short (to late I think), the camera took a swim when the fish decided to squirm at the last second. So here's my question - any of you who use disposables use any kind of lanyard or something that will allow you to drop the camera but not actually fall in the drink?? I'm gonna have to rig something up for my next one I guess.