dudejcb wrote:That happened at CJ Strike, but I know what you mean about Lowell. The jet and water ski crowd at Lowell are a dense group. First they want to come within 50-feet of you when you bass fising the shoreline. And then, when you finally try to escape, they each spen 1--minute trying to launch their boats. Apparently the don't know to unstrap the boat from the trailer and get the cover off, load all your stuff into the boat while in the parking lot. NO, these geniuses was till they're parked at the bottom of the ramp, but not in the water, to do all the preparatory stuff.
Really inconsiderate bunch of dweebs...oh yeah, and their boats come with built in boom boxes so we can all enjoy their noise.
That's my general rule. If it's getting crowded, I split the difference between fisherman. I'm going fishing and if that means we are shoulder to shoulder, then so be it. I've fished many very crowded spots and it doesn't bother me when somebody comes up next to me when it's crowded, but it just ticks me off when they crowd you when they have a ton of free space. Usually that is because they don't know what they are doing and see you catching fish, so they think it must be the spot.dudejcb wrote:So a certain amount of crowding is expected, but I try to leave at least casting distance+ between me and the nearest boat.
dudejcb wrote:That happened at CJ Strike...
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