If you study a map of Fiordland, you will notice numerous narrow and long fingers of water protruding inland. They are typically called an arm despite qualifying as sounds. This is the entrance to Wet Jacket Arm. This six mile long, 5,000 acre marine reserve branches eastwardly from Acheron Passage. It was humorously named by Captain Cook’s crew after enduring days of torrential rain. The Ngāi Tahu (Māori tribe) calls it Moana Uta. At the end of Wet Jacket Arm is Herrick Creek, famous for being the last recorded sighting of a moose in 1995. Moose were imported from Saskatchewan Canada in 1900 and again in 1910. Several were shot by hunters through 1952. Since then, they have been as elusive as Big Foot with only an occasional sighting, antler, dropping or hair sample.