This is an excerpt from a book Im writing called "Serious Hunter"
Chapter 3: Covers
: Nothing sceams serious hunter like a ragged up cover matted up in a block of ice on the floor of the boat when your trying to get moving. Additionally, if your a fair weather hunter and like to haul ass down the bay, nothing screams serious hunter like the fvcking cover blowing out of the boat. Most serious hunters carry as much additional sh1t in the boat as possible. Its acceptable to have up to 27 misc items that are not needed. In this catagory we include - covers, blankets, mojos, things on sticks, buckets, pots, pans, kitchen sinks, and calculators.
Chapter 4 - Advantages of covers: Ever wish you knew more about your outboard? Its a proven fact that most serious hunters have far more knowledge of the motor beacause covers are know to snag electric wires, pull safety clips, knock the gears shifters, and annoy the hunter to the point where he curses at the cover. Further more, the serious hunter has to have a longer shot in the event of a cripple being knocked down. The serious hunter employs his skills of removing cover and stowing it prior to dispatching a cripple, adding only a few seconds to the amount of time he must remove gloves during a blizzard.
Chapter 5 - Identifying the novice. A novice hunter is easily identified by his calmness about organization and lack of extra sh1t. Although he appears to pack only whats needed, the novice has failed to realize the importance of clutter. The novice has yet to master the 'snafu
' also know as a 'fvck up'
or to some 'the cormorrant
". Once a few of the experiences are handled properly the novice can take on difficult projects like covers, mojos, and blinds built illegally out of pallets and other items picked from the garbage.