I went to the Navarre pier opening today with a buddy to check it out...Nice pier and a whole lotta people..Saw a couple of good kings get caught....Now here's my dilemma...I have never fished before on any of the piers around here so I admit my pier etiquette is non-existant....But I fully realize I'll never be able to fish Navarre pier and not go to jail...lol......I was out there for about an hour and met some of the rudest a-holes on the planet....I didn't have any encounters personally directed at me but I saw some fishermen rip into some spectators about getting to close...I saw a 40ish yr old man tell a 65-70 yr woman that if she gets within 9 ft feet directly behind him ,she will get hooked and he willlaugh, just cut the line and say Bye !!!Then I saw4 other fisherman tell a couple that this was a fishing pier and they had the right of way on the railing over spectators.....The couple refused to move....The fishermen called the guy an asshole and said if his wife wasn't there,they would move him( We had his back if they jumped him).. There were several other encounters while I was spectating including a circle cast that hit a young girl in the back..luckily she wasn't hooked..just got slimed by the live bait...Most of the people out there fishingwere polite and I know there was a lotta spectators out there but whatever happened to politely asking someone to move...what exactly are the rules and regulations for fishing off a pier ?? also what is the rules on casting and watching your hooks??Because there were a lotta good casters that kept their tips high and had short release times which kept the hooks well away from everyone....but there were a lotta casters that just flung it back at head height 4-6 ft directly behind them without looking behind them...because if I get hooked with a huge treble hook, I can deal with that...but if heturns around running his mouth....lol...My wife will be bailing me outta jail... sorry, I had to vent....