Okay, so I can't understand the Noob aggravation if they are just new, when they are flat out rude its a different story, like seeing a boat set up and then they set up 50 yards away from you. Actually had this happen to me last week, but I don't think they were noobs, just rude. (Whats the difference in that situation?) If you a polite person on the marsh and are a professional or a noob there should be no problems. I went out this morning and was going to my spot and was running a little late (new 3 week old baby) by the time I was on the marsh and 200 yards in there was a boat that was set up close to that location and I did not see him. At that time, he decided to flash me with his spot light. No problem, I moved my boat out (oh its an outboard and it does make to much noise and is a lot quieter than a mud motor, 4 stroke) and went to a totally different location. The problem seems to be that new people sometimes don't know any better, say the mallard calls all the time, and the group that thinks they are professionals think that they are owed something, like I have been hunting this location for 100 years. Public land is public land and if your being rude, noob or not, your the reason why a lot of people don't like beginners and hunters in general.
I have been fishing the Mosquito Lagoon since I was 15. When someone new is getting into fishing I don't tell him to get lost or laugh at him because he owns a Wal-Mart fishing rod. I tell that person where to find the reds or trout and how to better their experience. I truly understand people don't want to give away their spots for fish, deer, duck, or whatever and for me half the fun and accomplishment is finding them yourself. You don't have to tell people where to go but you can help people in other ways, how about telling someone at the dock that the mallard calls will do you more harm than good, if you use it like an instrument all day, what dekes work best, or just a casual conversation to keep people interested in the sport and showing them how they should be.
I hope the people on this site are not rude and don't believe they are, seeing that I learned a lot of information from all of you before I went out on my first season, 2012!