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    I carried a friend fishing Saturday morning. It was a slow start but we finally found some nice keeper crappie as well as some cats that I'm sure will eat good too. Found most of the nice crappie in 14 feet of water stuck tight to the bottom.
    I don't normally fish on Saturday in the summer but this is a good friend and it's the only time he can fish. I always thought that fishermen and women are different from pleasure boaters and what I saw Saturday confirms that. Some of these pleasure boaters are just like us but a lot of them have no respect while on the water. They don't obey the boating laws or use common sense while being as wild as they can be. Wildlife is not maned to control the crowd and I have never seen an officer on the lake. I don't want to see anyone hurt or killed but if it keeps up accidents are going to happen. I respect everyones right to use the water but they need to be careful and value the use of the lakes and ramps.
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    I heard there were a lot of boats out Saturday. I ended up fishing Sunday. The Crappie I caught were in roughly the same Depth.

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    Regardless of lake (Jordan, Harris etc.), I have an issue with pleasure boaters that have no concept of space. They fly right by you when fishing. Whether it is a jet ski, wake boats, pontoon etc., the lake can be wide open yet they seem to always somehow find where I am at and decide to reek havoc on the water. What I have a bigger issue with is that these same yahoo's use public ramps managed by the WRC that are funded mainly with sporting license dollars. Basically we as fisherman & hunters pay to build/maintain yet they get to use it for free......they should at least have to buy a game lands license or something to use. Ok, enough of my rant.......
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    I find myself going to more of the smaller regional lakes that have more restrictions this time of year or back into small deep coves to float minnows. They do have to buy registrations for their boats so at least they are paying something.

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