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Old 11-09-17, 07:27 PM   #41
terry creech
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Meaux and I finally got out on the river this past Sunday afternoon. We always respect wading anglers who have limited acces to the river. One thing I'd like to request of wading fishermen is to allow a boat under power to pass by when traveling. A wafer in front of us (spinning) continued to cast directly in front of us as we were traveling up river. We waited very patiently for ten minutes but we're beginning the feel a little irritation as he continued casting across the channel and preventing passage.

We didn't want to tangle his line in our propeller, but eventually we had to make a move to pass by. It wound up being without major incident, but truly, a little courtesy from both sides would really help to keep hard feelings from arising.
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