Hi guys, I just joined and started sailing and have tons of questions but one is really pressing on my mind. I have had my snark out twice now and noticed something that i am probably just not doing right and would like some advice. So i am under way, sails are filled and i am flying. I go to make a turn, one hand on the tiller the other on the line to control the boom. If i am turning closer to the wind i have to pull them in. I pull in as far as i can with my arm that is holding the line, but i have to let go of it to grab farther up to continue pulling it in. The sail then flies back out and i have to scramble to grab the line before it goes all the way through and i lose the sail completely. OR i have to let go of the tiller, grab the line with that hand and then move my other hand to a farther spot up the rope, but then the tiller goes hard to one side and my turn is ruined and i have to start over. To get to my direct question, is there a way to keep the tiller pointed where i have it when i let go, or is there some kind of a progress capture device that i can attach somewhere to the boat or myself that will hold the sail line where i want it so i can let go to grab the line farther up? Thanks in advance!