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Old 08-04-2012, 06:16 PM   #1
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I guess yakkers can stir up some stuff too! So we gripe about power boats coming too close to us, etc. How about how close we come to the shore where someone is fishing, wade fishing? Here is a thread on Johnsons Beach from this morning......Fishing Etiquette. So I guess you would know who you are if you were out that way this morning.
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They are talking about hitting kayakers with 4oz pyramids and flare guns, so I will stay out of that thread...

and not, not me...I was catching bigger....and losing even bigger, fishes at Navarre Beach this morning
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They are talking about hitting kayakers with 4oz pyramids and flare guns, so I will stay out of that thread...

and not, not me...I was catching bigger....and losing even bigger, fishes at Navarre Beach this morning
One of the reasons I fish away from everyone. Really though, I do not think they were serious considering the humor they started the thread with. But I think fish yakkers could be more considerate of others.
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Old 08-04-2012, 08:23 PM   #4
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I just don't know why people can't respect others and maintain adequate distant from each other while fishing. Last week I was fishing a shoreline in my yak and was bowed up on a red. A boat drifting the shoreline also saw me bowed up and didnt crowd me. I saw him later and thanked him. I also caught a 23" trout on the same spot. There is a lot of water and there is no need to crowd each other.
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Yeah, I was in the spot yesterday he was talking about but made sure I stayed far enough from shore for them.
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