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    With the Corona Virus how close is to close on the water to other Boats..
    More boats than I have EVER SEEN on our lake..Not A complaint I enjoy seeing other folks catch fish..WHAT I DO..RETIRED..
    I single pole cast to cover no Trolling..

    How close is to close? What say you.

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    I myself would stay a minimum of 20 yds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackie53 View Post
    With the Corona Virus how close is to close on the water to other Boats..
    More boats than I have EVER SEEN on our lake..Not A complaint I enjoy seeing other folks catch fish..WHAT I DO..RETIRED..
    I single pole cast to cover no Trolling..

    How close is to close? What say you.

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    I think letting you get close enough to see my live scope the first time was definitely too close. I should have been practicing social distancing back then but the virus was an unknown to me at the time and couldn't be used as an excuse to make you stay far enough to not see the screen.
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    Kids are home schooling and I am home fishing .See boat with cover behind house . Name:  20180906_183449.jpg
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    I'd stay upwind of anyone coughing or looking/acting sickly. Don't know how you can stay safe at ramps. Too many knuckleheads that don't take things seriously. Good luck, stay safe.
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    You cost Brenda Money..Lol..

    Quote Originally Posted by Pac in Arkansas View Post
    I think letting you get close enough to see my live scope the first time was definitely too close. I should have been practicing social distancing back then but the virus was an unknown to me at the time and couldn't be used as an excuse to make you stay far enough to not see the screen.
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    Disinfect with hand sanitizer after touching ditch pickles. Rinse net with bleach or diesel fuel.

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    If it was me and I was going out there with the standard of 6 ft I would want to stay 15-20 minimum. Like MCG said, I’m much more afraid of the fools in parking lot and at the ramp. That’s why I’m just staying at the house. Had my share of problems over last couple of years and going to try to avoid adding this one to the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cray View Post
    If it was me and I was going out there with the standard of 6 ft I would want to stay 15-20 minimum. Like MCG said, I’m much more afraid of the fools in parking lot and at the ramp. That’s why I’m just staying at the house. Had my share of problems over last couple of years and going to try to avoid adding this one to the list.
    While out sampling, you wouldn’t believe (or maybe you would) how people don’t seem to remember social distancing. While out sampling the past two weeks, I have had to politely ask my fellow anglers to keep a safe distance. Most understand but some seem upset about it.


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