* Temporary Fix When Broken Cable Occurs While Paddling Rob Mousley Article (Rob discusses most of the technique described here except he does not mention adding deck mounts or well nuts)
* Note that each steering cable connects the side of the rudder mount arm on the same side as its controlling pedal. If you are attaching bungee from a mount in front (closer to the cockpit) of your rudder post, hook it to the rudder post crossbar side opposite to the pedal that still has a good cable. If you are attaching from a mount closer to the boat rear than the rudder post (e.g attached to the stern handle or with a loop around the stern end) then hook the bungie to the rudder post crossbar side on the same side as the pedal that still has good cable. If you are not too rattled to remember, when one side first stopped working you probably started to steer toward the side that was still good. You will be able to tell right away when you start paddling again whether you have hooked to the side you wanted to hook to or not*
One version which uses a deck mount (well nut)
* Broken Rudder Pedal - if you have broken a single pedal in a way that makes it unusable this technique should allow you to still use the remaining intact pedal to steer - use one of the bungee setups above as if the cable is broken on the same side as the pedal is broken. Unless the broken pedal is somehow interfering with cable glide this should work just as the uses above for a broken cable.