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    Nothing adds to the outdoor experience like some sweet gangsta rap played at full volume.








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    Quote Originally Posted by deathb4disco View Post
    Nothing adds to the outdoor experience like some sweet gangsta rap played at full volume.
    Oh how I hate that. Something else I dislike is the guys in Jon boats that don’t know how to be quiet. Sounds like they are banging a chain on the side.....lol

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    I find it irritating to have to listen to anyone else’s music played so loud that you can hear it long distance. The good part of that is that most are riding the river and do what I like them to do best—— go away. My wife says I can get home on the weekend and be a raving madman, but step into that boat for three hours and I’m a completely different person. Like so many so far have stated, I enjoy my time alone in the outdoors. Probably one of the reasons I fish alone as much as I do. That said, I’m entitled to my time. I don't see the need for someone else to shove his idea of cool down my throat. I don’t do that to anyone else. Start early, fish hard, usually go home earlier than I want to because the crazy people start showing up. Just my two cents. Oh yeah, no radio in my boat for a reason.
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    I do the same thing, don't want to hear all the noise. I will listen to it in the garage while playing around with fishing tackle. Out on the lake its me and nature. Refer to post #23

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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Wireless headphones and ear buds. they can listen until thier hearts are content. Without anyone else having to hear a sound
    But then they canít show off their $2,000 stereo in their boat!! I hate it too.

    Iíll listen to a radio or music on my phone but itís barely loud bough for me to hear it with it in my shirt or pants pocket. But I usually donít have good enough cell service for it.


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    I can't stand the quiet, I have to have something to drown out my tinnitus. I've always got the radio on, adds to the fun and relaxation too.

    My home lake doubles as a fishing lake and a party lake, you get used to it, especially in summer.

    I think some guys are just way too serious out there, and far too concerned with what's happening in other boats. Just relax, do your thing, and be happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artcarney_agr View Post
    I can't stand the quiet, I have to have something to drown out my tinnitus. I've always got the radio on, adds to the fun and relaxation too.

    My home lake doubles as a fishing lake and a party lake, you get used to it, especially in summer.

    I think some guys are just way too serious out there, and far too concerned with what's happening in other boats. Just relax, do your thing, and be happy.
    # ME TOO I've had tinnitus since 1972 and I can tell you you NEVER get used to it.
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    Bring on the cooler air and water temps. Those boat radios must have a thermostat. They want play much lower than 70 degrees
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    There was a pontoon on Grenada one day that I know was a mile away and the music was loud to me and I can't hear thunder. It won't be long before the won't either.
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    Way back when my old man used to take me fishing if you even spoke in the boat you caught heck for scaring the fish. I listen to a radio and catch fish. I just don't play it loud enough for it to bother other boaters. The worse are shoreline fisherman who think that the base needs to be cranked up and the music pounding enough that it sends ripples in the water.

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